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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2521

The threat of bullet boomeranged!

By S.H.Moulana - Riyadh

The British people have decided to continue with David Cameron as their leader, for the stability of their country. Labour’s major setback came from Scotland by losing almost all the seats it held there to the Scottish Nationalist party.

In the meantime, a conservative candidate of Sri Lankan origin, Ranil Jayawardena romped home with a staggering majority of nearly 30,000 votes over his nearest Liberal contestant, in North East Hampshire.

The winner in his victory speech said ‘This is an important night for Britain and an even more important night for North East Hampshire.’

He was delighted that more than 65% of the votes cast were in favor of him.

He refused to shake hand with the badly defeated UKIP candidate, Blay, who threatened to put a bullet on the winner’s head during the election campaign, if Ranil were to win.

The British people trusted the Conservative more than the Labour, Liberal or UKIP for a better future.

The leaders of the defeated parties did not waste time accepting their responsibility for the loss and have resigned from their leadership.

While UKIP could win just one seat, Liberal's strength was drastically reduced to just 8 seats.

The Scottish National Party won all the seats it contested except three.

Congratulations for Ranil, for his leader David and their party for the marvelous victory!

- Asian Tribune -

 Ranil Jayawardena romped home with a staggering majority of nearly 30,000 votes over his nearest Liberal contestant, in North East Hampshire.
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