Cameron
Cameron
Cameron

David Cameron has retained his job as UK prime Minister after his Conservative Party carried the day in an election that has several big names as casualties.
Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg of the Liberal Democratic Party (Lib Dems) and Labour leader Ed Miliband are the biggest losers in the polls that were won by the Conservatives with 326 seats, followed by Labour with 230 seats; the Scottish National Party (SNP) 56 seats; Liberal Democrats 8 seats, the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) 8 seats, while the UK Independence Party (UKIP), whose leader Nigel Farage lost his Thanet South constituency, managed only one seat.
Miliband and Clegg have already resigned their party posts, while Lib Dems Vince Cable, a Business, Innovation and Skills Secretary also lost his Twickenham seat.
Meanwhile, Prime Minister-elect Cameron has already met with Queen Elizabeth II and returned to his official residence at 10 Downing Street.