All major UK newspapers on Friday remarked on the size of the majority won by the current prime minister—at least 364 seats in total, an increase of 66.
Boris Johnson’s victory yesterday at the polls is the Conservative Party's biggest electoral win since Margaret Thatcher in 1987 and garners a huge majority that paves the way to finalize Brexit.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson compared his main rival (Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn) to Soviet dictator Joseph Stalin on Wednesday.
UK: An election once expected to lead to an almost certain victory for the incumbent prime minister, who called early elections herself, has turned into a major defeat.
Conservative Prime Minister Theresa May and opposition Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn crisscrossed the country on the final day of campaigning yesterday.
Theresa May has called for a major review of the UK's counterterrorism policies and suggested that she will take a tougher line if she wins Thursday's vote.
Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn risked being assailed for politicizing the Manchester Arena attack that killed 22 people by claiming that his party would change Britain's foreign policy if it takes power.