Analyzing the Outcome of British Election with the BBC’s David Dimbleby
TYLER: Yesterday, the United Kingdom’s Conservative party won 51% of the parliamentary seats in the general election, allowing prime minister David Cameron to serve another term in office:
David Cameron : Our manifesto, is a manifesto for working people. And as a majority government, we will be able to deliver all of it. (00:07)
GREGOIRE: Polls projected a much closer race – but primary opposition Labour suffered a major loss of seats. This morning Labour candidate Ed Miliband resigned as party leader.
TYLER: I spoke with David Dimbleby, who hosted the BBC’s election coverage last night and, like everyone else, was surprised by the results…