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U.K.’s Labour Party Headed for Huge Election Win, Keir Starmer Likely New Prime Minister – Exit Polls

According to exit polls published by major local media organizations, including the BBC, ITV and Sky News after voting on Thursday was completed, Labour may have secured a 170-seat majority in the 650-seat House of Commons, the U.K.’s lower chamber of parliament. That means that Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer should be Britain’s next Prime Minister and that he would have a substantial working majority in parliament. At 3am British Summer time on Friday, some five hours after voting ended, the forecasts point to Labour controlling 410 seats in the Commons. The exit polls show the ruling Conservative Party being reduced to 131 seats and give the third placed Liberal Democrats 61 seats.

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Man charged with ‘voyeurism’ at Taylor Swift’s Edinburgh show
Taylor Swift‘s ‘Eras Tour’ shows in Edinburgh.The pop star played three concerts at the Murrayfield Stadium in the Scottish capital last week (June 7, 8, 9) to kick off the UK and Ireland leg of her huge career-spanning tour, with Paramore supporting.As Sky News reports, Police Scotland has since confirmed that one arrest was made at the venue over the weekend.Superintendent David Happs said: “A 64-year-old man was arrested and charged in connection with a voyeurism offence committed within Murrayfield during the event on Saturday, 8 June.“He was released on an undertaking to appear at Edinburgh Sheriff Court at a later date.”Voyeurism is defined as the practice of gaining sexual pleasure from watching, photographing or recording others doing something that is usually private – such as being naked or engaged in sexual activity.It is an offence when it is done without the other person/people’s permission.No further information about the incident at Swift’s show is known currently.A post shared by Taylor Swift (@taylorswift)In a five-star review of the first gig in Edinburgh, NME wrote: “The ringleader of the entire ‘Eras Tour’ shepherds us through with razor precision, an utter pro whose energy doesn’t waiver throughout.“And even among the meticulously rehearsed and choreographed performance which runs like clockwork, she finds pockets of humour and moments to connect with the crowd.”It concluded: “With the ‘Eras Tour’, then, Swift’s managed to craft a marvel of a show that comes with a beating heart.”Swift gave both ‘The Bolter’ and ‘Crazier’ their live debuts in Scotland last week, and congratulated a couple after spotting them getting engaged in the crowd while she performed ‘Cardigan’.Sharing a series of photos after
King Charles ‘won’t slow down or do what he’s told’ amid cancer battle, Queen Camilla says
Sky News.The royal was speaking to writer Lee Child, who joined Her Majesty at the Queen’s Reading Room Festival at Hampton Court Palace on Saturday.In response, the novelist quipped that Charles “sounds to me like a typical husband.”The King has been easing into public-facing duties in recent weeks, most recently traveling to France to attend the commemorative D-Day ceremony in honor of the 80th anniversary of the historic landings.On Thursday, Charles and Camilla attended the British memorial event at Ver-Sur-Mer, Normandy, organized by the British Royal Legion.“It is with the most profound sense of gratitude that we remember them and all who served at that critical time,” Charles said in his speech.The King was then seen greeting several veterans before he and Camilla headed home to the UK later that day.Palace sources confirmed that Charles would be missing the international ceremony — which took place on Friday — on the advice of doctors who are carefully monitoring his schedule.After a weekend away from the spotlight, the King is looking to make a defiant appearance at this week’s Trooping the Colour ceremony in London.While Charles will be at the annual event on Saturday, he’s expected to arrive to the event in a different fashion.The monarch will be driven in a horse-drawn carriage alongside wife instead of riding on horseback as he’s done in the past.This will be the royal family’s second Trooping the Colour ceremony since Charles was named king in May 2023.It is still unclear if Charles’s daughter-in-law, Kate Middleton, will attend the ceremony.The Princess of Wales, 42, has been battling an unspecified form of cancer since January, and has remained largely out of the public eye since revealing her diagnosis