In a surprise win, David Cameron's Conservative Party obtained enough seats to form government on its own, being now in a much stronger position than before.
Cameron's office said he would go later Friday to Buckingham Palace, where he is expected to tell Queen Elizabeth II that he has enough support to form a government.
That would bring the election to a much-quicker-than-expected conclusion. Polls ahead of Election Day showed Conservatives locked in a tight race with the opposition Lab...
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