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David Cameron unveils first all-Tory Cabinet in 18 years

David Cameron - the first Conservative leader to win an outright majority for 23 years - named his ministerial team.

Sajid Javid took the job of Business Secretary and Boris Johnson was handed a non-ministerial role while he remains Mayor of London.

A number of female MPs, including Priti Patel and Amber Rudd, were also promoted to leading positions.

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Exit poll: Conservatives largest party but majority uncertain

The exit poll forecast that the Conservatives will win nine more seats than in 2010. Credit: ITV News

A General Election exit poll has forecast that the Conservatives will be the largest party in Parliament, but that it is uncertain whether they will be able to secure an overall majority.

The poll, conducted by Gfk, NOP and Ipsos Mori on behalf of the BBC, ITV News and Sky News, indicated that David Cameron's party will win 316 seats - 10 short of a majority.

The poll forecast that Labour will win 239 seats, while the Liberal Democrats will slump to 10 seats - 47 less than they secured in the 2010 election.

According to the exit poll, the biggest gains will be made by the Scottish National Party, who are forecast to win 58 of Scotland's 59 seats.

According to the forecast, Ukip will win its first two seats in Parliament, while the Green Party will also win two seats - a gain of one.

The poll consisted of interviews with 22,000 people at 141 polling stations in 133 constituencies throughout Great Britain.

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