The procedure for the British elections 2015 is completed. The first exit poll and my estimates reveal that the winner is The Conservative party with leader and current Prime Minister David Cameron, Co – Chairmen Grant Shapps and Lord Feldman. It is estimated that it wil take about 330 seats (Final 331 seats) in the British Parliament.
The second party is the Labour party with leader Ed Miliband and Deputy leader Harriet Harman MP. It is estimated that it will take about 230 seats (Final 232 seats) in the British Parliament.
The third party is the Scottish National Party with leader Nicola Sturgeon and Deputy leader Stewart Hosie. It is estimated that it will take about 55 seats (Final 56 seats) in the British Parliament. This party has improved significantly it’s power and seats since the previous British elections 2010 (6 seats).
The fourth party is the Liberal-Democrat party with leader Nick Clegg and President Sal Brinton is estimated that it will take about 10 seats (Final 8 seats) in the House of Commons.
Finally, the Democratic Unionist Party with Chairman Lord Morrow MLA is estimated that it will take more than 5 seats (Final 8 seats). The rest political parties will share about 15 seats.
The most important issue concerns the political parties that will form the new goverment. The exit poll results reveal that there is a propability the coalition goverment formed in 2010 (Conservatives and Liberal Democrats) might not have a strong majority of seats. Therefore, the Scottish National Party might be needed in order to form a coalition goverment with Conservatives resulting in a strong majority of seats. This will secure the new goverment to do it’s works, regulations and reforms with absolute or almost absolute success in future Parliamentary votes.