David Cameron is leading the UK. The Tory Party won the election defying surveys. According to latest surveys, there was about 50% of chance of winning. Nevertheless, conservatives walloped the labour party. British gave permission to the inhabitant of Downing Street to stay and approved his policies, austerity included. Ed Miliband – labour leader – was defeated and may resign. Nick Clegg underwent the same destiny, he was the vice premier leading Liberal Democratic. Nigel Farage was a total flop. It appears that Cameron – who wants a Referendum to exit the EU – succeeded in involving all those who are skeptical about the EU – who used to vote Farage.
According to BBC, conservatives obtained 325 seats, and since Sinn Fein did not keep his seets and the speaker cannot vote, Tories had the majority of seats. “It was a great night for conservatives,” said Cameron. He explained, “There is the possibility to build something on the foundation there were built during the previous years. The Labour party has 323 seats and the Scottish National Party (SNP) 56. The conservative leader will have to face the other victorious person, Nicola Sturgeon who had 56 out of 59 seats and represents the only regional party.
Alex Salmond, former leader of SNP, tried a Referendum in Scotland, but he was unsuccessful; he wanted to propose the independence of Scotland, last September 18. Nevertheless, he won the election and announced “This morning, the Scottish lion roared around the country”. Ed Miliband was disappointed and affirmed that the next premier has the responsibility to keep UK united. Liberal Democrats were decimated and may disappear since many ministers (as Vince Cable) were not elected.
Transaltion provided by Mary Ann D’Costa