The 2015 general election is considered the most unpredictable vote that the United Kingdom has ever seen. The election campaign has been so tight that a frontrunner has not emerged until the end.
Green Party's member at the European Parliament Jean Lambert predicted that UKIP is known for its Eurosceptic stance, and Prime Minister David Cameron's promise of an indisputable in/out vote can easily help the right-wing party back on its feet.
According to the final count, the Green Party received over 1,150,000 votes or 3.8 percent of the ballot, securing one seat in the British parliament.
Leader of the Britain First far-right political party Paul Golding said that "it's the sheer stupidity" of UK present electoral system that allowed the SNP to win all seats in Scotland.
UK Prime Minister David Cameron announced the appointment of new Cabinet posts.
As final vote count results showed, the Conservatives won 331 seats (or 36.9 percent of the ballot) in the British parliament and the Labour got only 232 seats (30.4 percent), despite numerous polls predicting a tight race among the two parties.
Philip Hammond was reappointed as Foreign Secretary in his new Conservative administration, according to the statement of UK Prime Minister David Cameron.
As final vote count results showed, the Conservatives won 331 seats in the parliament.
British Prime Minister David Cameron promised to carry out a referendum on the UK membership in the European Union.
The United Kingdom’s Conservative Party received approximately 37 percent of the votes in the general elections in the country.
Labour leader Ed Miliband announced his resignation after his party lost the 2015 general election in the United Kingdom.
The leaders of Britain’s three main opposition parties, Labour’s Ed Miliband, the Liberal Democrats’ Nick Clegg and UKIP’s Nigel Farage have all resigned after David Cameron’s Conservative Party were swept to power in a shock general election.
The United Kingdom Independence Party’s leader, Nigel Farage, resigned after his defeat in the general election.
According to the latest results, the Conservatives have managed to secure enough seats in the country's parliament to form a majority government.
UKIP leader Nigel Farage lost in his constituency of Thanet South coming second after Conservatives candidate Craig Mackinlay in the United Kingdom's general elections.
According to Labour finance spokesman Ed Balls, UK Labour Party will remain committed to securing the future of UK National Health Service.
SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon said that Scotland will now have an opportunity to play an important role at Westminster after Scottish National Party (SNP) won 56 seats in the UK parliament out of 59 possible.
The Scottish National Party (SNP) has taken a historical lead over the Labour in Scotland, winning 56 seats at Westminster, the vote count showed early Friday morning.
The Labour Party has taken over conservatives in one of the key targets, City of Chester, in the UK general elections.
British Prime Minister said that it is not clear what the results of the general election are, but stressed that he is committed to bringing his country together.
With half of the votes counted in the UK general election, the two major parties are still running neck-and-neck.