Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron arrives with his wife Samantha at Number 10 Downing Street in London, Britain May 8, 2015. REUTERS/Phil Noble
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The Conservative Party swept to power Friday in Britain's parliamentary elections, winning an unexpected majority that returns Prime Minister David Cameron to 10 Downing Street in a stronger position than before.In announcing his majority Conservative government, Cameron signaled a conciliatory tone, paying tribute to his former coalition partner, Liberal Democrat Nick Clegg, and the opposition Labour Party's Ed Miliband. Both resigned as leaders of their parties Friday after disappointing election results. With 643 constituencies counted, the Conservatives had 326 seats to Labour's 230 .Labour was routed in Scotland by the Scottish National Party, which took almost all of the 59 seats.If the form was familiar, the results were often shocking.The results suggest that many heeded Cameron's entreaties to back the Conservatives as the party of financial stability.
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