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A long-awaited victory for Labor – a change of power awaits in Great Britain

A long-awaited victory for Labor – a change of power awaits in Great Britain

Labor won 411 House of Commons seats after 645 seats were counted, and Sir Keir Starmer became the new Prime Minister.. The result shows mandates will roughly double from the 2019 election.

– Voters have spoken and they are ready for change, says Labor leader Keir Starmer during his victory speech on Friday morning.

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– Starmer says it's time we deliver, and promises to put politics back in the service of the public.

The Conservative Tories will win at least 119 seats with five seats remaining.

Among the Tories who lost their parliamentary seats were current Defense Secretary Grant Shabbs and former Prime Minister Liz Truss. Sky News. In total, the conservative Tories lose approximately 221 seats.

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Tory leader Rishi Sunak conceded defeat in a speech after the UK election. Photo: Darren Staples

Promises from workers

Starmer, the incoming prime minister, wants to get companies and workers' finances in order and reduce waiting times on health care. He also says he will deal with immigration, but cannot proceed with the current government's proposal to send asylum seekers to Rwanda.

The poll was carried out by the BBC, ITV and Sky News and the results are consistent with previous polls.

According to the poll, Nigel Farage's right-wing populist Reform Party is gaining 13 seats, and looks set to win several seats at the expense of the Tories.

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– Farage says after his own election that his plan is to build a national mass movement in the next few years.

The Liberal Democrats also got a positive result, gaining around 50 seats, more MPs than the party has had in more than 100 years, according to Sky News.