Exit polls show that U.K Prime Minister Boris Johnson's Conservative Party is poised to score the largest Tory victory since the era of Margaret Thatcher. Data compiled by Ipsos Mori for the BBC, Sky News and ITV have the Conservatives scoring 368 seats in the 650-member House of Commons. The Labour Party, the main opposition, is likely to secure merely 191 seats.
Why does it matter? If Johnson wins, he'll have the necessary majority to initiate a quick Brexit by next month.
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