Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron poses for a group photograph with newly-elected Conservative Party MPs, at the Houses of Parliament in London, Britain May 11, 2015. REUTERS/Stefan Rousseau/pool
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British Prime Minister David Cameron unveiled his new Cabinet Monday after an unexpected election victory that gave his Conservative party an outright majority in parliament for the first time in nearly 20 years.Cameron stressed continuity in his leadership team, with most top jobs remaining unchanged. Other parts of Britain's post-election landscape fell into place as the anti-EU UK Independence Party rejected the resignation of its leader Nigel Farage and new MPs arrived at parliament for the first time. Cameron touted his election victory as a strong mandate to renegotiate Britain's relationship with the European Union.SNP lawmakers arrived for their first day in parliament accompanied by party leader Nicola Sturgeon, who wants Cameron to grant sweeping new powers for Scotland.
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