Boris Johnson's Conservative Party on Friday won the majority in the House of Commons when it secured a win in a critical election.
The election was critical to the Brexit deal as it may help break Britain’s political deadlock over the country’s stalled departure from the European Union.
With all but one result declared for the 650-seat parliament, the Conservative Party secured 364 seats which is the biggest majority since the 1980s.
Johnson gave a victory speech after winning the election.
Clement Manyathela on the Xolani Gwala Show chats to Eyewitness News correspondent in the UK Gavin Grey who is following the story.
Now with a majority of 78, there is one seat still to declare, Boris Johnson has got the support of those MPs who said they were going to support him on Brexit in order to get a nomination. Boris Johnson has pledged to get the Britain out of the EU by the end of January.— Gavin Grey, UK correspondent - EWN
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