Exit poll: Tories set to be largest party with SNP taking Westinster 58 seats


Via: http://news.stv.tv/scotland-decides/319801-exit-poll-tories-set-to-be-largest-party-with-snp-taking-58-seats/

If this is correct and these exit polls usually are, we have another 5 years of Tory and Lib Dems. Labour will not have enough to get them over the 326 line. The good news is exit polls are showing SNP winning 58 of the 59 seats. Going to be an interesting night Scotland. Also it looks like Jim Murphy and Ruth Davidson as well as Willie Rennie have all lost their seats. We will see


The Conservatives are on course to be the largest party at Westminster while the SNP are set to take 58 seats in Scotland, according to a general election exit poll for the major UK broadcasters.

The Tories are predicted to take 316 seats, with Labour predicted to have 239 MPs.

In Scotland, the SNP is set to take all but one of the constituency seats, with Labour facing annihilation north of the border.

The poll conducted by Gfk NOP and Ipsos Mori for the BBC, ITV News and Sky News shows that while the Conservatives look set to be the largest party, they will not have the required number of seats (326) to form a government on their own.

For now…


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