The Conservatives are set to win an overall majority of 86 in the general election, according to an exit poll for the BBC, ITV and Sky News.
Brexit seemed to be firmly back on track Thursday after an initial exit poll suggested his Conservative Party was on course to secure a large majority — 86 seats — in the House of Commons.
The exit poll, conducted for the UK’s main broadcasters, predicted the Conservatives would win 368 seats, well ahead of Labour’s 191. The Scottish National Party is projected to win 55 seats, with the Liberal Democrats securing 13.
Exit polls results are, Conservative Tories will get 368 MPs – 50 more than at the 2017
Labour would get 191, the Lib Dems 13, the Brexit Party none and the SNP 55. Johnson thanked the Conservative Party’s voters after exit poll results.
If the exit poll results are same as general elections results, then Boris Johnson would secured a majority, Exit polls suggest Johnson will continue as prime minister which should make it easy for the Prime Minister to pass his Brexit deal through Parliament. He will then be able to finally take the United Kingdom out of the European Union