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It's Cameron all the way!

Published:Saturday | May 9, 2015 | 5:00 AM
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron and his wife Samantha return to 10 Downing Street in London, Friday. The Conservative Party surged to a surprisingly commanding lead in Britain's parliamentary election, with returns Friday backing an exit poll's prediction that Prime Minister David Cameron would remain in 10 Downing Street. (AP Photo/Kirsty Wigglesworth)
Britain's Labour Party leader Ed Miliband waves as he leaves after delivering his resignation at a press conference in Westminster, London, yesterday. The Conservative Party surged to a commanding lead in Britain's parliamentary General Election, with Prime Minister David Cameron remaining to 10 Downing Street.(AP Photo/Tim Ireland)
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron and his wife Samantha are applauded by staff upon entering 10 Downing Street in London on Friday, as he begins his second term as Prime Minister following the Conservative Party's win in Thursday's General Election . (Stefan Rousseau/Pool Photo via AP)
Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg, speaks to the media and party supporters at a press conference in London on Friday. He resigned as leader of the party following a poor showing by the party in Thursday's General Election. (Steve Parsons/PA via AP)
UK Independence Party (UKIP) leader Nigel Farage looks on on after failing to get elected to parliament at the Winter Gardens in Margate, south east England Friday May 8, 2015.
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It's Cameron all the way!

Prime Minister David Cameron has won an absolute majority in Britain's parliamentary elections, taking 326 of the possible 650 seats up for grabs in the House of Commons.

A win in the Cotswolds constituency in western England took the Conservatives past the threshold.

The stunning result comes after polls predicted for weeks that the race between the Conservatives and the opposition Labour Party would be a dead heat.

Cameron went Friday afternoon to Buckingham Palace, where he told Queen Elizabeth II that he had enough support to form a government.