Conservative leader David Cameron who took over as British prime minister on Tuesday has vowed to form a full coalition government with the Liberal Democrat party. "I aim to form a proper and full coalition between the Conservatives and the Liberal Democrats. I believe that is the right way to provide this country with the strong, the stable, the good and decent government that I think we need so badly," Cameron said outside 10 Downing Street. David Cameron and his wife Samantha earlier visited the Buckingham palace to accept the Queens invitation to form a government after former Prime Minister Gordon Brown had announced his resignation. British parliamentary elections on May 6 resulted in a hung parliament, with no single party winning enough seats to form a government. The Conservatives are the largest of the three main parties in government with 306 seats out of 650. The Labour Party won 258 and the Liberal Democrats 57. A majority of 326 seats is needed for any one party to form a majority government. The political parties have been negotiating potential coalitions since the election results became known. The combined seats of Labor and the Liberal Democrats were insufficient to form a majority. Gordon Brown, who has served as British Prime Minister for less than three years, has also resigned as leader of the Labor Party but will continue to perform his duties as member of the British parliament.