In Britain, it’s Cameron… Again 

British Prime Minister David Cameron defied political pundits and pollsters May 8 by winning a second five-year term in office.

With the results of all 650 seats declared, Cameron’s Conservative Party (the Tories) had won 331. A party needs 326 Members of Parliament to achieve a majority in the 650-seat House of Commons. Ed Miliband’s Labour Party came in a distant second with 229 seats.


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