UK Election Results 2010: David Cameron and Conservatives Win Prime Minister
“David Cameron, new prime miniter of the United Kingdom!” That will probably be the headline of all local UK news and worlwide news as the UK election results becomes official.
David Cameron’s Conservative Party won additional 98 seats bringing their parliament seats from 198 to 306. This is 20 seats short of the required 326 seats. This UK election results will bring about a hung parliament in the United Kingdom which was last seen in 1974 and the Second World War.
The recent debates prior to the election seems to bring hope to the Liberal Democrats but with David Cameron as new Prime Minister, it seems the Conservatives have regained what they have lost in the 1990s.
The UK general elections of 2010 was held May 6 from 7:00am to 10:00pm. The Brithis House of Commons has 650 constituenties. The Commons is the lower house of the Parliament of the United Kingdom. Elections was held every five years.
UK election results was also tainted with some irregularities as there were some reports of electors being prevented from voting as polling stations closed at 10:00 pm.
There were a lot of firsts in this elections. Both of the three contending new prime ministers and his opponents Gordon Brown of the Labour Party and Nick Clegg of the Liberal Democrats were all firsts in heading a general election campaign. The same situation like this was way back in 1979. Also, for the first time ever, the three main party rivals had engaged each other in a televised debate.
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