On Thursday, Boris Johnson’s Conservative Party won the general election in a landslide victory, giving it 364 out of 650 seats in parliament, the largest Tory majority since Margaret Thatcher. Their primary rival in the election, Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour Party, picked up only 203 seats, the party’s worst performance since 1935. The Tory campaign focused on Brexit, touting the motto “Get Brexit Done,” while the Labour Party took a radical stance and focused on other issues such as healthcare. In addition, Scotland overwhelmingly backed the Scottish National Party, which got 48 seats, up from 35 in 2017. Their leader, Nicola Sturgeon, claims that their call for a second Scottish Referendum has been strengthened. Finally, Nigel Farage’s extreme Brexit Party won only 2% of the vote, meaning they will not gain any seats in Parliament.