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Federal election: Anthony Albanese on track to form majority government with 77 seats

It is looking increasingly likely that Labor will be able to form a majority government.

With Anthony Albanese already claiming victory in the Federal election, his party is on track to hold at 77 seats in the 151 member House of Representatives.

The party is ahead in three of the four seats remaining in doubt.

The latest counting has Labor on 77 seats, the Coalition on 54 seats with a crossbench of 16 including six new teal MPs.

The Greens could get as many as four seats.

In Bennelong in Sydney, Labor has stretched its lead to 1237 votes, while in Gilmore on the NSW south coast, the Liberals’ Andrew Constance now trails Labor’s Fiona Phillips by 1370 votes.

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