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    UK Prime Minister's party wins elections

    David Cameron needs 5 more MP mandates to form a single-party government

    Baku. May 8. REPORT.AZ/ Current Prime Minister David Cameron's Conservative Party won the parliamentary elections in the UK. Report informs referring to BBC.

    According to the report, currently, by counting the votes in 639 constituencies out of 650, the results were announced. David Cameron's party won 324 seats in the House of Commons, out of 650. The conservatives needs 329 mandates to establish a single-party government.

    David Cameron made a statement on the victory: "Our main goal is to unite the country. We will be the government of all residents of the UK."

    Recalling his re-election promise, he noted that the conservatives will hold a referendum on Britain's EU membership.

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