The UK woke up to a hung parliament.  On Friday morning the final results came in, suggesting that British politics is returning to its well-known left-right traditional polarization.
The Conservatives got 318 seats in a 650 seat parliament, coming five seats ahead of what was projected by the exit polls; Labour managed 362 seats, falling four short of what was predicted in the exit poll.
Theresa May will now form a government backed by the Irish Unionists (DUP).

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