UK's Cameron returning to power, Labour routed in Scotland

May 8th, 2015  
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Topic: UK's Cameron returning to power, Labour routed in Scotland

By David Milliken and Kate Holton LONDON (Reuters) - Prime Minister David Cameron's Conservatives are set to govern Britain for another five years after an unexpectedly strong showing, but may have to grapple with renewed calls for Scottish independence after nationalists surged. Ed Miliband, leader of the main opposition Labour Party, all but conceded defeat on Friday morning, saying he was "deeply sorry" for a "very disappointing and difficult night". Cameron said he hoped to form a government in the coming days after his party enjoyed what he described as a "very strong night". With nearly three quarters of seats counted, the Conservatives had won 203 of 650 seats with an exit poll suggesting they were on track to win 316 seats in the lower house of parliament, just shy of a majority but with ample options to form a government.


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