Labour Party wins in Britain, Keir Starmer makes history, ousts Conservative Party from power after 14 years

Keir Starmer will take over as Britain’s new Prime Minister on Friday. He has made history by ousting the Conservative Party from power in Britain after a long gap of 14 years. His center-left Labor Party has won a sweeping victory in the general election. With this victory, Conservative rule in Britain has effectively ended.

Starmer’s election marks the first Labour government since 2010, which has achieved a significant change in the political landscape. At the same time, outgoing Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has accepted defeat and congratulated Labour Party leader Keir Starmer. The Conservative Party is facing its worst defeat ever. However, Rishi Sunak has won the election from his seat.

Big victory for the Labor Party

The Labour Party captured a significant number of traditionally Conservative seats across the country, leading to the defeat of several high-profile cabinet members. Official results showed that the Labour Party has won enough seats to form the next government. As of 5 am on Friday, the Labour Party has won 326 out of 650 seats. Indian-origin Prime Minister Sunak of Britain won again in the Richmond and Northallerton seat in Northern England with a margin of 23,059 votes, but he failed to lead his party to victory again after 14 years of government in the country.

Rishi Sunak gave the statement

Sunak said, “The Labor Party has won this general election and I have called Sir Keir Starmer to congratulate him on his victory.” During this, Sunak was accompanied by his wife Akshata Murthy. Sunak said, “Today there will be a peaceful and orderly change of power and this is something that should give us confidence in the stability and future of our country.” Outgoing Prime Minister Sunak said that there is a lot to learn and ponder over from these results. Taking responsibility for the defeat in the UK general election, he told the voters, “Forgive me.”

Keir Starmer of the Labour Party has won the Holborn and St Pancras seat and he can become the new Prime Minister of the country. On the victory of the Labour Party in the results so far, 61-year-old Starmer said, “I will be your voice, I will support you, I will fight for you every day.” The leader of the Labour Party said, “Change starts from here because this is your democracy, your community, your future. You have voted. Now the time has come for us to do our work.” Starmer thanked all the voters after his party’s victory. According to the exit poll, the Labour Party was estimated to get 410 seats in the general election, whereas in the trends it is getting 405 seats, while Rishi Sunak’s party is seen getting only 154 seats.

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