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Keir Starmer led Labour set to dethrone Rishi Sunak led Conservatives, in UK General Election, say Exit polls


In the UK election that is being wa

  • In the UK election that is being watched all over the world, the Labour Party is expected to end Conservative dominance, the exit poll projects. Labour Party under Keir Starmer could bag as many as 410 seats while keeping the Conservatives limited to 120-130. An exit poll predicted that Labour will capture 410 seats and the Conservatives 131, giving Labour a landslide 170-seat majority. However, the exit poll only gives the first indication of the outcome. The first result: Labour wins Sunderland. Labour won 18,847 votes in a northern seat in which the Reform UK Party won 11,668 votes, beating the Conservatives into third place with 5,514, as per Reuters. Another winner is Nigel Farage’s Reform Party, which is projected to win 13 seats in the UK General Election.The Labour Party is set to win a UK general election landslide with a majority of 170, according to an exit poll for the BBC, ITV and Sky. This implies that Rishi Sunak, the first Indian origin Hindu faith Prime Minister would be dethroned soon enough.