• Conservative Party Leader Boris Johnson is set to lead his party with a huge majority in General Election.
  • Prime Minister Boris Johnson said Friday that voters had given his government a “powerful new mandate” to require Britain out of the EU following month, as he headed for triumph in a landmark election.

  • As per the BBC report, with around 600 of 650 seats announced, Johnson’s Conservatives secured the 326 seats required for a majority within the House of Commons, picking up 43 seats, whereas Labour Party lost 59 to 203.

  • The pound hopped by around 2% against the dollar on trusts that Johnson would convey his guarantee to “Get Brexit Done” after a long time of political halt over Britain’s future.

  • The Tories were heading for their greatest larger part in parliament since the prime of Margaret Thatcher within the 1980s, agreeing to exit surveys and partial results.

  • Approving the bargain would formalize the conclusion of nearly five decades of EU-UK integration, in spite of the fact that both sides still have to whip out a new trade and security assention.

  • Speaking as he was re-elected as an MP in west London, Johnson said: “It does look as though this One Nation Conservative government has been given a powerful new mandate to get Brexit done.

  • Talking as he was re-elected as an MP in west London, Johnson said, “It does look as though this One Nation Conservative government has been given a powerful new mandate to get Brexit done.”

  • At his claim re-election for the 10th time as an MP, veteran Labour opposition pioneer Jeremy Corbyn, 70, conceded it had been a “very disappointing night”

  • He said he would be venturing down after a period of “reflection”, and would not be driving the party into the following race, which is due by 2024.

  • In another major disturbed, the pioneer of the anti-Brexit Liberal Democrats, Jo Swinson lost her seat in western Scotland to the Scottish National Party (SNP).

Labour Party collapse

  • The party took a string of customarily Labour seats in northern England and Wales that had not voted Tory for decades, numerous of them lured by Johnson’s Brexit vow.
  • An exit survey pointed to a Conservative majority of 86, the leading result since Thatcher was in Downing Street in 1987, in spite of the fact that the ultimate result might be lower.

  • By contrast Labour, under the administration of committed communist Corbyn, was at first anticipated to win fair 191 seats, it’s the most exceedingly bad result since 1935.

  • Corbyn is stubborn by allegations of identifying with prohibited fear bunches and coming up short to handle anti-Semitism inside the Labour Party.

  • This can be Labour’s fourth progressive discretionary vanquish and the moment under Corbyn, which might see the party out of control for another five years.

Credits: BBC