UK election: Britain gets youngest MP since 1667

London, May 8: Mhairi Black of Scottish National Party (SNP) has become the youngest MP after defeating Labour heavyweight Douglas Alexander in Britain general election 2015.

The 20-year-old student Mhairi Black has sunned everyone by defeating Douglas Alexander, The Guardian reported.
She won the Paisley and Renfrewshire South seat to become Westminster's youngest MP for centuries.

Britain polls

Voting for general elections in Britain was held on May 7. A neck to neck fight was expected between conservative and Labour Party.

This year's exit results suggest the Tories will get 316 MPs to Labour's 239 once all the results have been counted. It suggests the Liberal Democrats will get 10 MPs, the Scottish National Party (SNP) 58, Northern Ireland's DUP 8, Welsh Plaid Cymru 4, UKIP 2 and the Greens 2.

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The exit polls, conducted by NOP/MORI for the BBC, ITV and Sky, indicate that Cameron has the option to go into a repeat coalition with the Lib Dems to strike the magic 326 required for a majority in the House of Commons or even cobble together one along with the DUP and a few other Independents.

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