UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson advised voters he was “humbled” and vowed to repay their “trust” as his Conservative Party celebrated a landslide victory within the basic election. 

Speaking at a victory rally in London, the prime minister hailed a “new dawn” and pledged to guide a reasonable “one-nation” administration and “work night and day” to earn his new voters’ backing. 

It comes because the Conservatives accomplished the near-destruction of the so-called “red wall” of Labour strongholds within the North and Midlands, with the get together on the right track for an enormous 78-seat majority.

“I have a message to all those who voted for us yesterday, especially those who voted for us Conservatives, one nation Conservatives for the first time,” he stated, in entrance of an indication for ‘the people’s authorities.’ 

“You could solely have lent us your vote and it’s possible you’ll not consider your self as a pure Tory.

“And as I suppose I stated 11 years in the past to the individuals of London when I was elected in what was considered a Labour metropolis, your hand could have quivered over the poll paper as earlier than you place your cross within the Conservative field and it’s possible you’ll intend to return to Labour subsequent time spherical.

“And if that is the case, I am humbled that you have put your trust in me and that you have put your trust in us.”

Johnson stated the large swing away from Labour chief Jeremy Corbyn and the pro-European Union Liberal Democrats was a “powerful new mandate to get Brexit done.”  

He stated: “With this election I think we’ve put an end to all those miserable threats of a second referendum.”

Johnson stated Brexit will get executed by January 31 “no ifs, no buts.”

He stated: “And I will make it my mission to work evening and day, flat out to show that you just have been proper in voting for me this time, and to earn your help sooner or later.

“And I say to you that in this election your voice has been heard, and about time too.” 

Johnson additionally stated that parliament should change so it’s working for the British individuals.

He stated: “In profitable this election we now have gained votes and the belief of people that have by no means voted Conservative earlier than and other people have all the time voted for different events. Those individuals need change. We can not, should not, should not, allow them to down.

“And in delivering change we should change too.

“We must recognise the incredible reality that we now speak as a one nation Conservative Party literally for everyone from Woking to Workington, from Kensington I’m proud to say to Clwyd South, from Surrey Heath to Sedgefield, from Wimbledon to Wolverhampton.” 

Labour, in the meantime, has been left reeling from its worst election defeat since 1935. 

Corbyn stated he would focus on with the get together how to make sure there was a “process of reflection” after being re-elected in his seat of Islington North.

“I will lead the party during this period to ensure this discussion takes place,” he stated. 

Among the long-held Labour seats to be taken by the Tories have been:

– Rother Valley (a Labour seat since 1918)

– Don Valley (a Labour seat since 1922)

– Wakefield (a Labour seat since 1932)

– Bassetlaw (a Labour seat since 1935)

– Bishop Auckland (a Labour seat since 1935)

– Sedgefield (a Labour seat since 1935)

– Great Grimsby (a Labour seat since 1945)

Even veteran left winger Dennis Skinner, who had been set to grow to be the daddy of the House, misplaced his seat of Bolsover, a former mining stronghold which had been Labour since its creation in 1950.

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