British Prime Minister David Cameron and his wife, Samantha, arrive at the Conservative Party headquarters in London on Friday, May 8. Cameron stays in power with his party, the Conservatives, stronger than at the last election in 2010.
Labour Party leader Ed Miliband arrives with his wife Justine at the Labour Party headquarters in London on May 8. Miliband retained his seat during the election but said it was a "clearly disappointing night."
Scottish National Party (SNP) candidate and former First Minister Alex Salmond conducts a television interview May 8 in Aberdeen, Scotland. Salmond called the results an "electoral tsunami" in Scotland -- a swing in votes from Labour to the SNP.
Boris Johnson, newly elected Conservative Party MP for Uxbridge and Ruislip South, gives a thumbs-up at Brunel University in London on May 8.
A man reacts in a pub in London as it is announced that London Mayor Boris Johnson won his seat in Parliament on May 8.
Nigel Farage, leader of the UK Independence Party, addresses the media in Margate, England, after he lost his parliamentary seat.
Paisley and Renfrewshire South constituency winner Mhairi Black of the Scottish National Party and the Labour Party's Douglas Alexander stand together in Paisley, Scotland, on May 8. Black, 20, became the youngest British MP since 1667 after unseating Alexander.
First Minister of Scotland and Scottish National Party leader Nicola Sturgeon, center, celebrates the results for her party in Glasgow, Scotland, May 8.
Liberal Democrat leader and Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg looks dejected as he attends his constituency declaration on May 8.
A volunteer empties a ballot box onto a table for votes to be counted in Sheffield, England, on May 8.