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Another example is that of Boris Johnson to win the election, Brexit a step closer

The Conservative y and prime minister, Boris Johnson, has 364 members in the house of Commons, and a giant triumph to be awarded to the British elections in the country. Opposition party Labour has a lot to submit: they will lose no less than 42 members. On Friday, at 9: 00 a.m. (local time), the votes are in for 649 of 650 seats are counted.

Johnson, with the number of seats for a large majority of seats in parliament be received. At about 6: 00 am, the Conservative, the threshold of the 326 seats for a majority in the house of Commons. His frequent one-liner: “Let’s get Brexit done” seems to be today’s truth may be.

The rise is currently estimated to 67.3 percent of the time.

Only the results for the constituency of St Ives, it is not yet known. Due to inclement weather may be, the ballots, which will travel by boat to the largest island in the district of St. Mary’s, is to be transported, and there is not yet retrieved. The count was therefore delayed until the afternoon.

In addition to Johnson, the Conservative government was also working with the Scottish National y (SNP) has something to celebrate: they have won a staggering 48 of the 59 Scottish seats.

The results of Uk elections

  • Conservative: 364 points (+66 seats)
  • Labour: 202 points (-42 seats)
  • The Scottish National y: 48 seats (+13 seats)
  • Liberal Democrat: 11 seats (-1 seat)
  • Democratic Unionist y: 8 seats (-2 seats)
  • Sinn Féin: 7 points (+0 seats)
  • Plaid Cymru: 4 seats (+0 seats)
  • Green: 1 seat (+0 seats)
  • The other party: 4 seats (-25 seats)

Northern Ireland has a predominantly anti-Brexit vote. For the first time, there will be no majority in favour of the Democratic Unionist y (DUP), which had previously been the gedoogpartner of the party, that Johnson was made. The DUP agreed to earlier, at the Brexit deal for Johnson.

In short, overwinningstoespraak told Johnson that the election results will bring an end to the “threat of new Brexit referendum”. Also, he reiterated that the British people no later than the 31st of January, the EU steps in. The prime minister wants to Brexit-a deal at the end of the following week, in a vote in the house of Commons.

Charles Michel, the president of the European Council, said Friday morning that the EU is “ready” for a trade agreement with the united kingdom to come, now that a Brexit is inevitable it seems. The Dutch prime minister, Mark Rutte congratulates Johnson on Twitter and his victory, and says to look forward to a constructive co-operation.

I have the @BorisJohnson congratulations on his victory in the British elections. He has a clear mandate from the British electorate. I am looking forward to a constructive co-operation.

AvatarAuteurMinPresMoment of plaatsen08:24 – december 13, 2019

Labour suffered a heavy defeat, a lot of counties, to But

On Thursday at 23: 00, the polling stations and went straight to the exitpoll. It turned out that a Worker from 243 to 191 seats would have to go. The eyes were focused on the so-called “Red Wall,” an area in the Midlands and the North of England, which has always been in the hands of the party, Jeremy Corbyn, is.

At around midnight, druppelden the first results within. Soon after, the first surprising result of the exitpoll end. The Conservatives have swept the Blyth Valley area that has traditionally been in the hands of the Worker, as well as Darlington and Workington.

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The Labour leader announces resignation of

The Labour leader, Corbyn called it a “disappointing night” for his party. He had to know that he remains in a period of reflection for Labour, but that the party is not going to lead at the next election. For more details on his resignation he did not.

Corbyn and the prime minister, Johnson found their seats to be retained. The leader of the Liberal Democrats, Jo Swinson, did not. She looked at her office to be taken by the Scottish National y.

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