British Labour Party seizes power from Conservatives after 14 years

Youm7 TV broadcast special coverage of the British Labour Party’s victory, led by Keir Starmer, in the general election, ending 14 years of Conservative Party rule, while Prime Minister Rishi Sunak acknowledged a historic loss for his party, taking responsibility, saying “I am sorry”, and announcing that he will leave his post.


The coverage showed that the number of seats decided for the Labour Party reached 411 seats out of a total of 650, compared to only 119 for the Conservative Party, 71 seats for the Liberal Democrats, and 35 seats for the other parties.

This may be the first time in history that the Conservative Party has won less than 30% of the British electorate’s vote, with Labour gaining 210 seats, the Conservatives losing 249, the Liberal Democrats gaining 63 and the Scottish Independence Party (SNP) losing 38 seats, leaving them with just 9 seats so far.

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