The ruling British Conservative Party has won a majority in the House of Commons, CNBC reported.
The party, led by PM Boris Johnson, has already had 327 parliamentary mandates. Given that there are 650 seats in the House of Commons, this means a simple majority that will allow the Tories to shape the agenda without looking at other parties.
Ballots from another 54 polling stations remain uncounted. According to Sky News estimates, conservatives have every chance of achieving a majority with the number of deputy mandates from 358 to 368.