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UK Election: Keir Starmer Leads Labour to Historic Victory

Keir Starmer’s Labour Party Overthrows 14-Year Conservative Rule

Starmer’s Victory and Sunak’s Concession

In a historic shift, Labour Party leader Keir Starmer has ended the Conservative Party’s 14-year rule, leading his party to a landslide victory. Prime Minister Rishi Sunak conceded defeat, marking one of the Conservative Party’s most significant UK election losses.

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A Call for Change

Keir Starmer, poised to become the new prime minister, expressed his gratitude to the British people in his acceptance speech. He emphasized the need to “return politics to public service” and highlighted the public’s readiness for change and an end to “the politics of performance.”

“The fight for trust is the battle that defines our age. It is why we’ve campaigned so hard on demonstrating we are fit for public service. We have to return politics to public service. Show that politics can be a force for good,” Starmer said.

Labour’s Majority in Parliament

The official results confirmed Labour’s decisive victory, securing a majority in the UK Parliament. As of 9:50 am (IST), Labour had won 381 seats, while the Conservatives had secured only 92 out of the 650 total seats after the UK election. With 562 seats declared so far, Starmer’s victory from Holborn and St Pancras marks a significant turning point.

Starmer’s Vision for the Future

In his victory speech, Starmer stated, “The change begins right here because this is your democracy, your community, your future. You have voted. It’s now time for us to deliver.” He thanked all those involved in the electoral process and emphasized the importance of local communities in driving change.

“Change begins in this community with the people who came together to make life better,” Starmer added, highlighting the grassroots efforts that contributed to Labour’s success.

Sunak Takes Responsibility

Rishi Sunak, the UK’s first British Indian-origin prime minister, took responsibility for the Conservative Party’s defeat. “I am sorry,” he told his supporters, acknowledging the party’s poor performance. Despite the overall loss, Sunak retained his seat in Richmond and Northallerton with 23,059 votes.

“The Labour Party has won this general election and I have called Sir Keir Starmer to congratulate him on his victory,” Sunak said, recognizing the “sobering verdict” handed to his party.

A Peaceful Transition of Power

Sunak assured a smooth transition of power, stating, “Today power will change hands in a peaceful and orderly manner with goodwill on all sides and it is something that should give us all confidence in our country’s stability and future.”

Historic UK Election Results

According to the exit poll, the Labour Party could secure as many as 410 seats, achieving a 170-seat majority, while the Conservatives are expected to win just 131 seats. This UK election result is described as a “bloodbath” for the Conservatives, who have been in power under five different prime ministers over the past 14 years.

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