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>> Britain could be headed for political deadlock. That's according to numbers from Ipsos MORI. The two main parties, the Rolling Conservatives and opposition Labour, seemingly short of a knockout blow. Counting is only beginning across the UK, though, with 650 seats up for grabs. And take the forecast with a pinch of salt.
Exit polls have a varying degree of success in calling the end results. For the prediction of a hung Parliament means coalition building could be on the cards. But the Scottish Nationalist Party, Liberal Democrats, UK Independence Party, and Greens, potentially in the running. British Prime Minister Theresa May called this election to strengthen her slim majority and her hand going into Brexit negotiations.
Now the question is whether she will even hold on to power.