- The Washington Times - Friday, May 8, 2015

After a resounding election win for British Prime Minister David Cameron and his Conservative party, President Obama on Friday offered congratulations and vowed the U.S. and the U.K. will remain key partners on a host of global issues.

Mr. Cameron’s party captured at least 324 seats to the Labour Party’s 229, with 639 of 650 constituencies counted, The Associated Press reported.

“I congratulate Prime Minister Cameron on his impressive electoral victory. The special and essential relationship between the United States and the United Kingdom is rooted in deep and abiding shared interests and values,” Mr. Obama said. “I have enjoyed working closely with Prime Minister Cameron on a range of shared interests these last several years, and I look forward to continuing to strengthen the bonds between our countries, as we work together on behalf of global peace, security and prosperity.”


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