Israel election: Netanyahu's Likud 'set for win'

Earlier exit polls had suggested a dead heat with centre-left Zionist Union.With most votes counted, Likud is said to be on course to take 29 seats in the 120-seat parliament, the Knesset, with the Zionist Union on 24 seats.If confirmed, this would indicate another coalition government led by Mr Netanyahu.Mr Netanyahu would need support from other parties to form a coalition.In a speech to his jubilant supporters in Tel Aviv after Tuesday's polls closed, Mr Netanyahu said he had already spoken to the leaders of other right-of-centre parties about forming a new government "without delay".