British elections: Exit polls predict win by May with 314 seats, but no majority

9 June 2017
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The exit poll indicates that the Conservatives will be the largest party but will lose 17 seats with a projection of 314 seats.

The poll suggests Labour will get 266 seats – a rise of 34 seats.

It puts the Liberal Democrats at 14 – an increase of six, SNP 34, Plaid three and Greens one, and UKIP will lose their only seat. The other parties will account for 18 seats between them.

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