Britain Election 2015

May 08, 2015, 18:39 PM IST
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron speaks to the media in 10 Downing Street in London. Cameron's Conservative Party swept to power Friday in Britain's Parliamentary elections winning an unexpected majority.
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Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron speaks to the media in 10 Downing Street in London. Cameron's Conservative Party swept to power Friday in Britain's Parliamentary elections winning an unexpected majority.

Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron and his wife Samantha return to 10 Downing Street in London. The Conservative Party surged to a surprisingly commanding lead in Britain's parliamentary election, with returns Friday backing an exit poll's prediction that Prime Minister David Cameron would remain in 10 Downing Street.
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Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron and his wife Samantha return to 10 Downing Street in London. The Conservative Party surged to a surprisingly commanding lead in Britain's parliamentary election, with returns Friday backing an exit poll's prediction that Prime Minister David Cameron would remain in 10 Downing Street.

Labour Party leader Ed Miliband arrives with his wife Justine at Labour Party headquarters in Westminster, London.
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Labour Party leader Ed Miliband arrives with his wife Justine at Labour Party headquarters in Westminster, London.

Britain's Conservative party leader David Cameron smiles as he talks to party officials and workers before receiving results at his Witney constituency count in Witney, England. Cameron's Conservative Party fared much better than expected in parliamentary elections Thursday, an exit poll projected, suggesting it is within touching distance of forming a new government.
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Britain's Conservative party leader David Cameron smiles as he talks to party officials and workers before receiving results at his Witney constituency count in Witney, England. Cameron's Conservative Party fared much better than expected in parliamentary elections Thursday, an exit poll projected, suggesting it is within touching distance of forming a new government.

Prime Minister of Denmark Helle Thorning-Schmidt poses for a 'selfie' with a supporter as general election votes are counted at Neath Sports Centre in Neath, Wales, where her husband Stephen Kinnock is standing for Labour in the Aberavon seat.
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Prime Minister of Denmark Helle Thorning-Schmidt poses for a 'selfie' with a supporter as general election votes are counted at Neath Sports Centre in Neath, Wales, where her husband Stephen Kinnock is standing for Labour in the Aberavon seat.

Democratic Unionist Party leader Peter Robinson, center, celebrates with his general election candidates Nigel Dodds, left, Gavin Robinson, 2nd right, and Jeffrey Donaldson, front right, after they were elected as MPs at the Kings Hall count center in Belfast, Northern Ireland.
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Democratic Unionist Party leader Peter Robinson, center, celebrates with his general election candidates Nigel Dodds, left, Gavin Robinson, 2nd right, and Jeffrey Donaldson, front right, after they were elected as MPs at the Kings Hall count center in Belfast, Northern Ireland.

First Minister of Scotland and Scottish National Party leader Nicola Sturgeon celebrates with the results for her party at the count of Glasgow constituencies for the general election in Glasgow, Scotland.
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First Minister of Scotland and Scottish National Party leader Nicola Sturgeon celebrates with the results for her party at the count of Glasgow constituencies for the general election in Glasgow, Scotland.

First Minister of Scotland and Scottish National Party leader Nicola Sturgeon celebrates with the results for her party at the count of Glasgow constituencies for the general election in Glasgow, Scotland.
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First Minister of Scotland and Scottish National Party leader Nicola Sturgeon celebrates with the results for her party at the count of Glasgow constituencies for the general election in Glasgow, Scotland.

Democratic Unionist Party candidate for North Belfast Nigel Dodds celebrates after being elected MP for North Belfast at the Kings Hall count center, in Belfast, Northern Ireland.
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Democratic Unionist Party candidate for North Belfast Nigel Dodds celebrates after being elected MP for North Belfast at the Kings Hall count center, in Belfast, Northern Ireland.

Britain's Conservative party leader David Cameron walks around and talks to party officials and workers at his Witney constituency count in Witney, England.
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Britain's Conservative party leader David Cameron walks around and talks to party officials and workers at his Witney constituency count in Witney, England.

Labour Party Parliamentary candidate for Aberavon Stephen Kinnock, left, with his wife, Prime Minister of Denmark Helle Thorning-Schmidt, center, and daughter Johanna Kinnock, right, stand together during the counting in Britain election at Neath Sports Centre in Neath, Wales.
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Labour Party Parliamentary candidate for Aberavon Stephen Kinnock, left, with his wife, Prime Minister of Denmark Helle Thorning-Schmidt, center, and daughter Johanna Kinnock, right, stand together during the counting in Britain election at Neath Sports Centre in Neath, Wales.

Ballot papers are counted for the Hove, Brighton Pavilion and Brighton Kemptown constituencies in Brighton, England.
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Ballot papers are counted for the Hove, Brighton Pavilion and Brighton Kemptown constituencies in Brighton, England.

The first votes arrive at the general election count for the Glasgow constituencies at the Emirates Arena in Glasgow, Scotland.
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The first votes arrive at the general election count for the Glasgow constituencies at the Emirates Arena in Glasgow, Scotland.

Britain's Prime Minister and Conservative Party leader David Cameron and his wife Samantha leave a voting station in Spelsbury, England, as protesters demonstrate outside after they voted in the general election.
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Britain's Prime Minister and Conservative Party leader David Cameron and his wife Samantha leave a voting station in Spelsbury, England, as protesters demonstrate outside after they voted in the general election.

Britain's Prime Minister and Conservative Party leader David Cameron and his wife Samantha arrive to vote at a polling station in Spelsbury, England, as they vote in the general election.
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Britain's Prime Minister and Conservative Party leader David Cameron and his wife Samantha arrive to vote at a polling station in Spelsbury, England, as they vote in the general election.

First Minister of Scotland and Scottish National Party leader Nicola Sturgeon and her husband Peter Murrell pose for photographs after casting her ballot at Broomhouse Community Hall in Broomhouse, Scotland.
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First Minister of Scotland and Scottish National Party leader Nicola Sturgeon and her husband Peter Murrell pose for photographs after casting her ballot at Broomhouse Community Hall in Broomhouse, Scotland.

Labour Party leader Ed Miliband and his wife Justine leave the polling station after voting at Sutton Village Hall, Doncaster, England.
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Labour Party leader Ed Miliband and his wife Justine leave the polling station after voting at Sutton Village Hall, Doncaster, England.

First Minister of Scotland and Scottish National Party leader Nicola Sturgeon and her husband Peter Murrell pose for photographs after casting her ballot at Broomhouse Community Hall in Broomhouse, Scotland.
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First Minister of Scotland and Scottish National Party leader Nicola Sturgeon and her husband Peter Murrell pose for photographs after casting her ballot at Broomhouse Community Hall in Broomhouse, Scotland.

Nigel Farage the leader of the UK Independence Party (UKIP) poses for photographers as he arrives to cast his vote at a polling station in Ramsgate, south east England.
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Nigel Farage the leader of the UK Independence Party (UKIP) poses for photographers as he arrives to cast his vote at a polling station in Ramsgate, south east England.

Labour Party leader Ed Miliband and his wife Justine leave the polling station after voting at Sutton Village Hall, Doncaster, England.
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Labour Party leader Ed Miliband and his wife Justine leave the polling station after voting at Sutton Village Hall, Doncaster, England.