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UK polls: Cameron's Conservative Party wins

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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. The Conservative Party fared much better than expected in Britain's parliamentary election, with an exit poll and early returns suggesting that Prime Minister David Cameron would remain in his office at 10 Downing Street. Cameron could also seek support from the right-of-center Democratic Unionists in Northern Ireland, who had eight seats before the election, or the anti-European, anti-immigration U.K. Independence Party.

  • UK polls, David Cameron, Conservative Party, Labour Party

    First Minister of Scotland and Scottish National Party leader Nicola Sturgeon, center, celebrates with the results for her party at the count of Glasgow constituencies for the general election in Glasgow, Scotland. The Conservative Party fared much better than expected in Britain's parliamentary election, with an exit poll and early returns suggesting that Prime Minister David Cameron would remain in his office at 10 Downing Street. The opposition Labour Party led by Ed Miliband took a beating, according to the exit poll, much of it due to the rise of the separatist Scottish National Party.

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    Sinn Fein President Gerry Adams, right, and Party candidate for North Belfast Gerry Kelly take a selfie at the Kings Hall count centre, Northern Ireland.

  • UK polls, David Cameron, Conservative Party, Labour Party

    Britain's Conservative party leader David Cameron waves to his supporters after being re-elected for the Witney constituency in Witney. The Conservative Party fared much better than expected in Britain's parliamentary election, with an exit poll and early returns suggesting that Prime Minister David Cameron would remain in his office at 10 Downing Street.

  • UK polls, David Cameron, Conservative Party, Labour Party

    The first votes arrive at the general election count for the Glasgow constituencies at the Emirates Arena in Glasgow, Scotland, Thursday May 7, 2015. British voters streamed to schools, churches and pubs Thursday for a say in their country's future, voting for lawmakers in an election expected to produce no clear victor and lead to days of frantic haggling for power.

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