British parliament election
The election to the British Parliament’s House of Commons ended with something for the UK so unusual as a parliament where no party got a majority of the seats – in British terminology a “hung parliament”. The Conservative party became the largest party but lacks an overall majority. This means that the party and their leader David Cameron in some form will be reliant on a second party – most likely the Liberal Democrats – to form a stable government.
It is however very likely that there will be a change of government from today’s Labour party government, seeing that the partyo no longer is the largest in the House of Commons.