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UK Election Results 2024 LIVE Updates: Labour’s Landslide Sweep To End Tories’ 14-Year Rule, Shows Exit Poll

UK Election Results 2024 LIVE Updates:  Labour’s Landslide Sweep To End Tories’ 14-Year Rule, Shows Exit Poll

UK Election Results 2024 LIVE Updates:  Labour's Landslide Sweep To End Tories' 14-Year Rule, Shows Exit Poll

UK Election Results LIVE Updates: Labour is projected to win its first general election in 14 years

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UK Election 2024 LIVE Updates: The United Kingdom is on the brink of a significant political shift as the country voted in a parliamentary election on July 4 that is expected to bring Keir Starmer’s Labour Party to power. As per predictions, Starmer is heavily favoured to win a historic mandate and the Conservatives, led by Prime Minister Rishi Sunak, are going to face their worst defeat in 14 years.

Results from the UK’s 650 constituencies trickle in overnight, with the winning party expected to hit 326 seats – the threshold for a parliamentary majority. If Tories lose, this would make Rishi Sunak the first sitting Prime Minister to lose his seat in a general election.

The main political parties in the fray include the Conservative Party led by Prime Minister Rishi Sunak, the Labour-led by Keir Starmer, the Liberal Democrats led by Ed Davey, the Reform UK led by Nigel Farage, the Scottish National Party (SNP) led by John Swinney, and the Green Party co-led by Carla Denyer and Adrian Ramsay.

Here are the live updates of the UK Election Results:

Full Seat Breakdown From The Ipsos UK Exit Poll:

Labour: 410

Conservatives: 131

Liberal Democrats: 61

Reform UK: 13

Scottish National Party: 10

Green: 2

Others: 23

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