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Cameron becomes prime minister: live blog - 11 May

By Channel 4 News

Updated on 11 May 2010

Gordon Brown has announced plans to step down as prime minister as David Cameron becomes the next prime minister.

The moves come in the wake of Thursday's general election which ushered in Britain's first hung parliament in 36 years.

With much political wrangling still to come, Channel 4 News live blog will continue to follow all the news as it happens.

Regular followers of our Twitter accounts @channel4news, @c4nwestminster and @c4election will be familiar with our minute-by-minute coverage - which kicked off with the intensive #askthechancellors debate at the end of March.

During this election campaign we have followed all the events and party announcements on our live blog with video, online polls and more.

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