NEW DELHI: Boris Johnson, a Conservative Party leader has secured a landslide victory following general election in the United Kingdom (UK), and become Prime Minister for the second time.
On Friday Johnson called for a closure on Brexit and vowed to work “round the clock” to repay the trust of the voters and added that it would be a one-nation people’s government.
The Conservative Party has secured a largest victory since 1987 during Margaret Thatcher leadership.
In a fight with Labour Party under Jeremy Corbyn, Johnson emerged even more powerful on the backdrop of his Brexit’s pledge.
The Conservatives finally wiped out Labour strongholds that have stood across Britain since the 1930s, and secured as many as 364 seats and giving Johnson a majority in the House of Commons of around 77 seats.
Johnson is expected to do the Cabinet reshuffle over the weekend, and 22 individuals are likely to be appointed by the Prime Minister and these members would be the main decision-makers in the new regime.
A record 220 female members have also been elected for the Parliament, while 15 Indian-origin politicians entered into the UK’s House of Commons.
Meanwhile on Friday, the staff welcome Johnson back to 10 Downing Street.