Buckingham Palace, May 8: After a historical win in the Britain Polls and assuming office as the Prime Minister for the second term, David Cameroon has arrived at the Buckingham Palace to meet the Queen to talk to her regarding forming his new government.
The Queen will confirm Cameron's second term as prime minister after his Conservative Party crushed the Labour party and emerged victorious.
According to BBC News reports, the Conservatives secured 331 seats in the Common, earning them a slim majority. A number of leaders from the Labour party, including the leader Ed Miliband, said that they would resign given the party standing.
Some of the other leaders who have decided to resign Lib Dem leader Nick Clegg, UKIP leader Nigel Farage is also quitting after he failed to win Thanet South, losing by nearly 2,800 votes to the Conservatives.