645 of 650 seats results declared, Conservative party is ahead with 361 seats, followed by Labor Party with 203 seats
London: In England, Prime Minister Boris Johnson has won the general election the ruling Conservative party led Boris win with clear majority.
After 645 of 650 seats results declared, Conservative party is ahead with 361 seats, followed by Labor Party with 203 seats, so far.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said his government appears to have won a powerful new mandate to get Brexit done. Labour Party Leader, Jeremy Corbyn said the result is very disappointing for his party and he would not lead it into the next election.
On the Other hand, EU leaders welcomed Boris Johnson’s election triumph and called for a quick Brexit vote in the British parliament, but the Czech prime minister warned it was ‘bad news for Europe’.
“It is obviously a giant success for Boris Johnson. He is a charismatic leader,” Prime Minister Andrej Babis said in reaction to the victory of Johnson’s Conservative Party, which swept the opposition aside across much of England on his promise to get Brexit done.
“He won and now they will leave, unfortunately. That is bad news for Europe,” he said as he arrived for a second day of an EU summit in Brussels. “We expect, as soon as possible, a the vote by the British Parliament … It’s important to have clarity, as soon as possible,” Michel told reporters as he arrived for a second day of an EU leaders summit. “We are ready,” he said of trade talks.