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(From Guardian Unlimited)
David Cameron has entered 10 Downing Street as prime minister, returning the Conservative party to power after 13 years.
Cameron accepted the Queen's invitation to form a new government shortly before 8.30pm and minutes later spoke to the country outside Downing Street alongside his wife, Samantha, and announced he will establish a "proper and full" coalition with the Liberal Democrats - the first in British politics since 1945.
It follows four days of intense negotiations between all three main political parties sparked by last week's election which delivered a hung parliament.
Cameron drove into Downing Street to a mixture of cheers and boos before making a sombre speech in front of assembled senior Conservative officials.
He began by paying tribute to the Labour government for handing on a country that is "more open at home and more compassionate abroad," and paid tribute to Gordon Brown's "long record of dedicated service".