David Cameron said he would be a proud to lead a majority Conservative government as he delivered his victory speech outside Number 10 this afternoon.
He said: "I truly believe we are on the brink of something very special in this country."
Earlier the Prime Minister arrived back at Downing Street with his wife Samantha after the meeting the Queen at Buckingham Palace.
Mr Cameron spent just over 20 minutes with the Queen after learning that the Tories had reached the 326 seats needed to command an absolute majority in the House of Commons.
MP Roger Gale has reacted angrily to the failure of Manston's owner to accept the latest bid for the airport.
Mr Gale said that Ann Gloag turned down the improved offer from aviation investors Riveroak on the basis that it was submitted too late, and that she claimed, many staff had already found jobs.
Mr Gale said "It is not correct that most of the staff at Manston have other jobs. There is no legal reason why they should not carry on working and most of them want to go on working there."
"We have a buyer who is reputable, let's have a deal done".
The latest offer to buy Manston Airport has been rejected.
American aviation investor Riveroak had made an improved offer yesterday.
The airport's owner is said to have rejected it on the grounds that the bid was submitted too late and, she claims, many of the staff have already found new jobs.
Ann Gloag rejected the bid just minutes after the Prime Minister told the commons that the government would do everything they can to help keep Manston open.
The MP for Thanet North, Sir Roger Gale, has asked the Prime Minister to step in to save Manston airport, which is due to close tomorrow. Listen to David Cameron's response.
The Prime Minister has stopped off at the revamped train station at Reading's, which cost £850million as part a several infrastructure projects across the UK.
The Prime Minister is visiting Reading and Oxford today to see how the infrastructure projects are improving the local areas.