British Conservative Party leader David Cameron has returned to live in the Prime Ministerial house of number 10 Downing Street.
The Conservative Party won enough seats to form a majority government after an outright win in the general election.
After winning the election and remaining Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, he said, “I truly believe we’re on the brink of something special in our country.”
“This is clearly a very strong night for the Conservative party,” he said earlier after winning his own seat in Oxfordshire. “My aim remains simple … to govern on the basis of governing for everyone.”
The Labour Party leader Ed Miliband acknowledged defeat and has said he will step down as party leader after the Labour suffered huge losses in the election, particularly in Scotland.
Miliband won his own seat of Doncaster North but the rest of the voting was a disaster for Labour as the Scottish National Party gained one seat after another with major popularity amongst the voters.