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May 8, 2015 10:17 am

David Cameron’s Conservatives Win Majority in British Election

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British Prime Minister David Cameron and his Conservative party secured a majority in the UK's elections on Thursday. Photo: Wikimedia Commons.

BBC – The Conservatives made gains in England and Wales and are forecast by the BBC to secure 331 seats in the Commons, giving them a slender majority.

Labour leader Ed Miliband said he would stand down on Friday, saying his party must “rebuild” with a new leader.

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  • This has been an amazing election! MP Galloway, with his Israeli free zone, is no longer an MP. He lost the Bradford seat, just as he previously lost his London seat.

    Ed Milliband, with his non-binding vote for a Palestinian state, has resigned after Labour won about 100 less seats than Conservatives, when everyone thought they were neck and neck. The outstanding [non-Jewish] Conservative MP’s for Golders Green, Hendon and Finchley were re-elected against Jewish non-Conservative challengers. Being Jewish has never meant Jews will vote for you in Britain.

    David Cameron, very much C of E, had a German Jewish great grandfather, and generations earlier a Rabbinical scholar on the family tree. Cameron stood firmly with Israel over Gaza and still makes no qualms about it.

    The biggest single issue is the economy and he and his Cabinet seem more likely than Labour to continue the economic progress.

  • Eric R.

    I don’t care that much for either, but better Cameron than the Kapo.