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Britain votes with government up for grabs

The country is holding one of its closest races in modern British history. Ref. Source 5

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Exit polls in British elections suggest Conservative gains. Official results haven't been announced. If the exit poll projections are accurate, the result would keep Prime Minister David Cameron in power and could strengthen his party's pull.

However, leading Labour Member of Parliament Ed Balls said, "It's very different from what we've been hearing on the ground across the country."

If the exit poll results hold up for Conservatives, a referendum on whether the United Kingdom should stay in the European Union could be in the offing. If Labour were to gain power, it would lead the most left-leaning British government since the 1970s. Ref. CNN

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The UK's Conservative Party, led by David Cameron, has won a majority in Parliament, taking 326 of 650 seats.

Three party leaders resigned after Thursday's election, including opposition Labour Party leader Ed Miliband and Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg.

Cameron is expected to give a statement from Downing Street after meeting with Queen Elizabeth II at Buckingham Palace -- a formal step toward forming a new government. Ref. CNN

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Javid gets business role in reshuffle

Sajid Javid to be business secretary, Boris Johnson to attend political cabinet, as PM's reshuffle continues Ref. BBC

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UK would be safer if it stopped following US foreign policy, says Jeremy Corbyn:

Labour leadership hopeful Jeremy Corbyn has said the United Kingdom must become "A constant irritant on human rights" And should stop looking to the United States when formulating foreign policy, in an exclusive interview with Middle East Eye. Ref. Source 1e

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Dugdale new Scottish Labour leader

Kezia Dugdale is elected as new leader of the Scottish Labour Party, with Alex Rowley as deputy Ref. BBC

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Brown: Labour Party must be credible

Former UK PM Gordon Brown says Labour Party needs to be credible and electable to achieve "high ideals" Ref. BBC

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NI first minister steps down

Northern Ireland First Minister Peter Robinson steps down and withdraws ministers, plunging devolved government into crisis Ref. BBC

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