Absolute victory of the Labor Party in the UK

The Labor Party has won the UK general election. Results of 536 seats have been declared so far. Out of this, the Labor Party won 367 seats. On the other hand, the ruling Conservative Party won 85 seats. The Liberal Democratic Party is in the third position with 51 seats.

Out of the total 650 seats in the UK Parliament, a single party needs to win 326 seats to form a government.

The results released so far show that the Labor Party has already won more than 326 seats. As a result, they are going to form the government. However, the results of 114 constituencies have not been published yet.

Keir Starmer will become the next Prime Minister of the United Kingdom as a result of the victory of the Labor Party. After wins in Holborn and St Pancras, Labor leader Starmer said change had begun. Now is our time to give something.

Starmer took over as leader of the Labor Party in April 2020. He succeeded Jeremy Corbyn.

Voting for the general election begins at 7am local time on Thursday (July 4). A general election was held in July for the first time since 1945 in the UK. Voting lasts till 10 pm.

Source: BBC