Counting On in UK Election: Exit Polls Show David Cameron's Conservaties Ahead of Labour Party
Updated: May 08, 2015 08:28 IST
Prime Minister David Cameron's Conservatives are on course to be the biggest party in the next British parliament, according exit polls from the general election on Thursday showing them winning far more seats than had been expected.
Prime Minister David Cameron's Conservatives are on course to be the biggest party in the next British parliament as exit polls are showing them winning far more seats than had been expected.
British Prime Minister and Conservative Party leader David Cameron (L) talks to supporters at the Windrush Leisure Centre in London on May 8, 2015 as votes are counted in the UK general election.
Newly elected Scottish National Party (SNP) member of parliament Mhairi Black (C) has become Britain's youngest member of parliament since 1667.
Gavin Robinson with his wife Lindsay after he wins the Belfast East seat for the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) at the counting centre at the Kings Hall in Belfast, Northern Ireland on May 8.
London Mayor and Conservative Party parliamentary candidate for Uxbridge and Ruislip South, Boris Johnson (R) and his wife Marina Wheeler (L) arrive at the counting centre in Uxbridge on May 8, 2015.