[91][92] On 22 April the Liberal Democrats also ruled out a coalition deal with the Conservatives and SNP. [100], In Northern Ireland, there were talks between the DUP and UUP. On 12 June, it was reported that the State Opening of Parliament, scheduled for 19 June, could be delayed. [402][403] Research company Ipsos MORI considered age to be one of the most significant factors behind the result; compared to the 2015 general election, under-45s tended to opt more for Labour and over-54s for the Conservatives. [243] The Prime Minister's office initially opposed the idea. This trend was consistent across the UK, ranging from a decrease of 0.9 percentage points in England and Scotland to a decrease of 1.8 percentage points in Northern Ireland. Number of covering envelopes received by the returning officer after the close of poll, excluding any returned as undelivered, 8. [53][54][55] The Respect Party, which had previously held seats, was dissolved in 2016; its former MP George Galloway stood and lost in the 2017 election as an independent in Manchester Gorton.

Sinn Féin maintained its abstentionist policy. [310] Some analysts and commentators have suggested the gap between the newspapers' strong support, and the public's marginal support, for the Conservatives in this election indicates a decline in the influence of print media, and/or that in 2017's election social media played a decisive role (perhaps being the first election in which this was the case[306][311]). [111], All parties suspended campaigning for a time in the wake of the Manchester Arena bombing on 22 May. In Northern Ireland, the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) won 10 seats, Sinn Féin won seven, and Independent Unionist Sylvia Hermon retained her seat. Table 3.1 confirms that only a small fraction of votes cast are not allocated to candidates standing for election.

The leader of the party commanding a majority of support in the House of Commons is the person who is called on by the monarch to form a government as Prime Minister, while the leader of the largest party not in government becomes the Leader of the Opposition. The highest combined share of the vote for the two main parties since 1970, it was suggested this indicated a return to two-party politics[5] caused by tactical voting[401] which led to the Conservatives having a smaller share of seats despite an increased number of votes. [444] He remained as leader until Sir Vince Cable was elected unopposed on 20 July. The commission "continues to work to improve the accuracy and completeness" of the electoral register, he added.[452]. Returning Officers reported that approximately 10,500 individuals tried to vote on election day despite not being registered. issued regular forecasts based on current opinion poll averages, Betting Markets, expert predictions and other sources on their website. [406] In terms of education, YouGov found that a one-point lead for the Conservatives among university graduates in 2015 had flipped to a 17-point lead for Labour in 2017. The election gave 46.8 million registered electors the opportunity to vote. [430], In a post-election reshuffle carried out on 11 June, May promoted her close ally Damian Green to become First Secretary of State and brought Michael Gove into the cabinet as Environment Secretary, making Andrea Leadsom Leader of the House of Commons. More than a third (36.9%) of these were recorded as duplicates2 and an estimated 226,565 individuals applied to register after the registration deadline. Election results plotted on a map showing equal-size constituencies, showing winning party in each. Caroline Lucas remained the sole Green Party MP, retaining Brighton Pavilion.

", "Labour Changes Its Benefits Freeze Policy Four Times in Five Hours After Manifesto Launch", "Labour finally admit they would not end four-year freeze on benefits", "General election 2017: Len McCluskey 'now optimistic Labour can win, "Union leader's comments overshadow £50bn Labour manifesto pledge", "SNP offers 'strong voice' in Brexit negotiations", "Election 2017: SNP manifesto calls for referendum 'at end of Brexit process, "SNP open to backing Labour government 'issue-by-issue, "Tim Farron: 'If you want to prevent hard Brexit then the Lib Dems have a clear message, "Revealed: The 'hit list' of Pro-EU Tory MPs the Lib Dems are targeting in Brexit election purge", "Lib Dems target Brexit-backing Labour MP Kate Hoey in Vauxhall", "Disillusioned Corbyn ally defects to the Lib Dems", "Lib Dem membership tops 100,000 after snap election call", "General election 2017: Lib Dem raise £500,000 in 48 hours", "The Lib Dems' big election fightback has been hit by one huge problem", "I do not think being gay is a sin, Tim Farron says", "Tim Farron: I don't think gay sex is a sin", "Lib Dems pledge 1p income tax rise to fund NHS", "General election 2017: Lib Dems pledge winter fuel cuts to protect pensions", "General election 2017: Lib Dems' 50,000 Syrian refugees pledge", "Lib Dems to back a 'regulated cannabis market' in UK", "Lib Dems pledge to boost armed forces personnel", "General election 2017: Lib Dems would end public sector pay squeeze", "Lib Dems promise to scrap mass snooping powers if elected", "General election 2017: Lib Dems promise £100-a-week for entrepreneurs' living costs", "Brexit: Lib Dem manifesto pledges new EU referendum", "General election 2017: UKIP manifesto to pledge a burka ban", "Ukip calls for mandatory FGM examinations for all 'at risk' school girls", "Ukip frontbencher quits over 'burka ban' as Paul Nuttall says policy came from Ukip members", "General election 2017: Voters will return to UKIP, says Nuttall", "General election: UKIP want 'one in, one out' migration", "Theresa May rules out participating in TV debates before election", "BBC and ITV on collision course with Theresa May as both say that they want to hold televised debates before June 8 general election", "General election 2017: Corbyn will not take part in TV election debates without May, Labour says – Politics live", "Everything you need to know about the upcoming general election TV debates and interviews", "BBC announces new dates for Andrew Neil Interviews postponed by Manchester terror attack", "Sky News to host Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn in live TV special", "Labour and Tory leaders interviewed by Jeremy Paxman – as it happened", "BBC debate: Theresa May defends no-show after Corbyn U-turn", "Jeremy Corbyn to make last minute BBC debate appearance despite Theresa May boycott", Election Questions – Ukip and the Green Party, "Election 2017: Scottish leaders debate on STV confirmed", "STV invites leaders to rescheduled election debate", "General Election 2017 TV debates: Times, dates and everything else you need to know", "BBC – Election 2017 – Where You Live – Media Centre", "UTV election debate: Nigel Dodds to deputise for Arlene Foster", "Election 2017: What you said in the Final Debate", "Tories spent £18.5m on election that cost them majority", "Daily Mail and Sun launch front-page attacks on Corbyn as Fleet Street lines up behind Theresa May", "VOTE MAY OR WE FACE DISASTER: It's time for patriotic realism NOT socialist indulgence", "Which parties are the UK press backing in the general election? [137], The Conservative manifesto proposed more government control and regulation of the Internet, including forcing Internet companies to restrict access to extremist and adult content. [60], 3,304 candidates stood for election, down from 3,631 in the previous general election. [93][156] Similar messages against a potential Lib–Lab pact were credited with securing a Conservative win in the 1992 and 2015 elections. [412][413] 208 woman MPs were elected to Parliament; the first time more than 200 MPs were women and beating the previous high of 196 woman MPs in the last Parliament. Sturgeon and Farron were expected to do the same on 4 June, but after the 2017 London Bridge attack it was rescheduled to 5 June and instead presented by Nick Robinson. Alternatively, you can use the search box above to search for the relevant constituency/location.

[188], The Conservative Party manifesto at the 2017 general election proposed repealing the Fixed-term Parliaments Act 2011.

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[91][92] On 22 April the Liberal Democrats also ruled out a coalition deal with the Conservatives and SNP. [100], In Northern Ireland, there were talks between the DUP and UUP. On 12 June, it was reported that the State Opening of Parliament, scheduled for 19 June, could be delayed. [402][403] Research company Ipsos MORI considered age to be one of the most significant factors behind the result; compared to the 2015 general election, under-45s tended to opt more for Labour and over-54s for the Conservatives. [243] The Prime Minister's office initially opposed the idea. This trend was consistent across the UK, ranging from a decrease of 0.9 percentage points in England and Scotland to a decrease of 1.8 percentage points in Northern Ireland. Number of covering envelopes received by the returning officer after the close of poll, excluding any returned as undelivered, 8. [53][54][55] The Respect Party, which had previously held seats, was dissolved in 2016; its former MP George Galloway stood and lost in the 2017 election as an independent in Manchester Gorton.

Sinn Féin maintained its abstentionist policy. [310] Some analysts and commentators have suggested the gap between the newspapers' strong support, and the public's marginal support, for the Conservatives in this election indicates a decline in the influence of print media, and/or that in 2017's election social media played a decisive role (perhaps being the first election in which this was the case[306][311]). [111], All parties suspended campaigning for a time in the wake of the Manchester Arena bombing on 22 May. In Northern Ireland, the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) won 10 seats, Sinn Féin won seven, and Independent Unionist Sylvia Hermon retained her seat. Table 3.1 confirms that only a small fraction of votes cast are not allocated to candidates standing for election.

The leader of the party commanding a majority of support in the House of Commons is the person who is called on by the monarch to form a government as Prime Minister, while the leader of the largest party not in government becomes the Leader of the Opposition. The highest combined share of the vote for the two main parties since 1970, it was suggested this indicated a return to two-party politics[5] caused by tactical voting[401] which led to the Conservatives having a smaller share of seats despite an increased number of votes. [444] He remained as leader until Sir Vince Cable was elected unopposed on 20 July. The commission "continues to work to improve the accuracy and completeness" of the electoral register, he added.[452]. Returning Officers reported that approximately 10,500 individuals tried to vote on election day despite not being registered. issued regular forecasts based on current opinion poll averages, Betting Markets, expert predictions and other sources on their website. [406] In terms of education, YouGov found that a one-point lead for the Conservatives among university graduates in 2015 had flipped to a 17-point lead for Labour in 2017. The election gave 46.8 million registered electors the opportunity to vote. [430], In a post-election reshuffle carried out on 11 June, May promoted her close ally Damian Green to become First Secretary of State and brought Michael Gove into the cabinet as Environment Secretary, making Andrea Leadsom Leader of the House of Commons. More than a third (36.9%) of these were recorded as duplicates2 and an estimated 226,565 individuals applied to register after the registration deadline. Election results plotted on a map showing equal-size constituencies, showing winning party in each. Caroline Lucas remained the sole Green Party MP, retaining Brighton Pavilion.

", "Labour Changes Its Benefits Freeze Policy Four Times in Five Hours After Manifesto Launch", "Labour finally admit they would not end four-year freeze on benefits", "General election 2017: Len McCluskey 'now optimistic Labour can win, "Union leader's comments overshadow £50bn Labour manifesto pledge", "SNP offers 'strong voice' in Brexit negotiations", "Election 2017: SNP manifesto calls for referendum 'at end of Brexit process, "SNP open to backing Labour government 'issue-by-issue, "Tim Farron: 'If you want to prevent hard Brexit then the Lib Dems have a clear message, "Revealed: The 'hit list' of Pro-EU Tory MPs the Lib Dems are targeting in Brexit election purge", "Lib Dems target Brexit-backing Labour MP Kate Hoey in Vauxhall", "Disillusioned Corbyn ally defects to the Lib Dems", "Lib Dem membership tops 100,000 after snap election call", "General election 2017: Lib Dem raise £500,000 in 48 hours", "The Lib Dems' big election fightback has been hit by one huge problem", "I do not think being gay is a sin, Tim Farron says", "Tim Farron: I don't think gay sex is a sin", "Lib Dems pledge 1p income tax rise to fund NHS", "General election 2017: Lib Dems pledge winter fuel cuts to protect pensions", "General election 2017: Lib Dems' 50,000 Syrian refugees pledge", "Lib Dems to back a 'regulated cannabis market' in UK", "Lib Dems pledge to boost armed forces personnel", "General election 2017: Lib Dems would end public sector pay squeeze", "Lib Dems promise to scrap mass snooping powers if elected", "General election 2017: Lib Dems promise £100-a-week for entrepreneurs' living costs", "Brexit: Lib Dem manifesto pledges new EU referendum", "General election 2017: UKIP manifesto to pledge a burka ban", "Ukip calls for mandatory FGM examinations for all 'at risk' school girls", "Ukip frontbencher quits over 'burka ban' as Paul Nuttall says policy came from Ukip members", "General election 2017: Voters will return to UKIP, says Nuttall", "General election: UKIP want 'one in, one out' migration", "Theresa May rules out participating in TV debates before election", "BBC and ITV on collision course with Theresa May as both say that they want to hold televised debates before June 8 general election", "General election 2017: Corbyn will not take part in TV election debates without May, Labour says – Politics live", "Everything you need to know about the upcoming general election TV debates and interviews", "BBC announces new dates for Andrew Neil Interviews postponed by Manchester terror attack", "Sky News to host Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn in live TV special", "Labour and Tory leaders interviewed by Jeremy Paxman – as it happened", "BBC debate: Theresa May defends no-show after Corbyn U-turn", "Jeremy Corbyn to make last minute BBC debate appearance despite Theresa May boycott", Election Questions – Ukip and the Green Party, "Election 2017: Scottish leaders debate on STV confirmed", "STV invites leaders to rescheduled election debate", "General Election 2017 TV debates: Times, dates and everything else you need to know", "BBC – Election 2017 – Where You Live – Media Centre", "UTV election debate: Nigel Dodds to deputise for Arlene Foster", "Election 2017: What you said in the Final Debate", "Tories spent £18.5m on election that cost them majority", "Daily Mail and Sun launch front-page attacks on Corbyn as Fleet Street lines up behind Theresa May", "VOTE MAY OR WE FACE DISASTER: It's time for patriotic realism NOT socialist indulgence", "Which parties are the UK press backing in the general election? [137], The Conservative manifesto proposed more government control and regulation of the Internet, including forcing Internet companies to restrict access to extremist and adult content. [60], 3,304 candidates stood for election, down from 3,631 in the previous general election. [93][156] Similar messages against a potential Lib–Lab pact were credited with securing a Conservative win in the 1992 and 2015 elections. [412][413] 208 woman MPs were elected to Parliament; the first time more than 200 MPs were women and beating the previous high of 196 woman MPs in the last Parliament. Sturgeon and Farron were expected to do the same on 4 June, but after the 2017 London Bridge attack it was rescheduled to 5 June and instead presented by Nick Robinson. Alternatively, you can use the search box above to search for the relevant constituency/location.

[188], The Conservative Party manifesto at the 2017 general election proposed repealing the Fixed-term Parliaments Act 2011.

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[91][92] On 22 April the Liberal Democrats also ruled out a coalition deal with the Conservatives and SNP. [100], In Northern Ireland, there were talks between the DUP and UUP. On 12 June, it was reported that the State Opening of Parliament, scheduled for 19 June, could be delayed. [402][403] Research company Ipsos MORI considered age to be one of the most significant factors behind the result; compared to the 2015 general election, under-45s tended to opt more for Labour and over-54s for the Conservatives. [243] The Prime Minister's office initially opposed the idea. This trend was consistent across the UK, ranging from a decrease of 0.9 percentage points in England and Scotland to a decrease of 1.8 percentage points in Northern Ireland. Number of covering envelopes received by the returning officer after the close of poll, excluding any returned as undelivered, 8. [53][54][55] The Respect Party, which had previously held seats, was dissolved in 2016; its former MP George Galloway stood and lost in the 2017 election as an independent in Manchester Gorton.

Sinn Féin maintained its abstentionist policy. [310] Some analysts and commentators have suggested the gap between the newspapers' strong support, and the public's marginal support, for the Conservatives in this election indicates a decline in the influence of print media, and/or that in 2017's election social media played a decisive role (perhaps being the first election in which this was the case[306][311]). [111], All parties suspended campaigning for a time in the wake of the Manchester Arena bombing on 22 May. In Northern Ireland, the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) won 10 seats, Sinn Féin won seven, and Independent Unionist Sylvia Hermon retained her seat. Table 3.1 confirms that only a small fraction of votes cast are not allocated to candidates standing for election.

The leader of the party commanding a majority of support in the House of Commons is the person who is called on by the monarch to form a government as Prime Minister, while the leader of the largest party not in government becomes the Leader of the Opposition. The highest combined share of the vote for the two main parties since 1970, it was suggested this indicated a return to two-party politics[5] caused by tactical voting[401] which led to the Conservatives having a smaller share of seats despite an increased number of votes. [444] He remained as leader until Sir Vince Cable was elected unopposed on 20 July. The commission "continues to work to improve the accuracy and completeness" of the electoral register, he added.[452]. Returning Officers reported that approximately 10,500 individuals tried to vote on election day despite not being registered. issued regular forecasts based on current opinion poll averages, Betting Markets, expert predictions and other sources on their website. [406] In terms of education, YouGov found that a one-point lead for the Conservatives among university graduates in 2015 had flipped to a 17-point lead for Labour in 2017. The election gave 46.8 million registered electors the opportunity to vote. [430], In a post-election reshuffle carried out on 11 June, May promoted her close ally Damian Green to become First Secretary of State and brought Michael Gove into the cabinet as Environment Secretary, making Andrea Leadsom Leader of the House of Commons. More than a third (36.9%) of these were recorded as duplicates2 and an estimated 226,565 individuals applied to register after the registration deadline. Election results plotted on a map showing equal-size constituencies, showing winning party in each. Caroline Lucas remained the sole Green Party MP, retaining Brighton Pavilion.

", "Labour Changes Its Benefits Freeze Policy Four Times in Five Hours After Manifesto Launch", "Labour finally admit they would not end four-year freeze on benefits", "General election 2017: Len McCluskey 'now optimistic Labour can win, "Union leader's comments overshadow £50bn Labour manifesto pledge", "SNP offers 'strong voice' in Brexit negotiations", "Election 2017: SNP manifesto calls for referendum 'at end of Brexit process, "SNP open to backing Labour government 'issue-by-issue, "Tim Farron: 'If you want to prevent hard Brexit then the Lib Dems have a clear message, "Revealed: The 'hit list' of Pro-EU Tory MPs the Lib Dems are targeting in Brexit election purge", "Lib Dems target Brexit-backing Labour MP Kate Hoey in Vauxhall", "Disillusioned Corbyn ally defects to the Lib Dems", "Lib Dem membership tops 100,000 after snap election call", "General election 2017: Lib Dem raise £500,000 in 48 hours", "The Lib Dems' big election fightback has been hit by one huge problem", "I do not think being gay is a sin, Tim Farron says", "Tim Farron: I don't think gay sex is a sin", "Lib Dems pledge 1p income tax rise to fund NHS", "General election 2017: Lib Dems pledge winter fuel cuts to protect pensions", "General election 2017: Lib Dems' 50,000 Syrian refugees pledge", "Lib Dems to back a 'regulated cannabis market' in UK", "Lib Dems pledge to boost armed forces personnel", "General election 2017: Lib Dems would end public sector pay squeeze", "Lib Dems promise to scrap mass snooping powers if elected", "General election 2017: Lib Dems promise £100-a-week for entrepreneurs' living costs", "Brexit: Lib Dem manifesto pledges new EU referendum", "General election 2017: UKIP manifesto to pledge a burka ban", "Ukip calls for mandatory FGM examinations for all 'at risk' school girls", "Ukip frontbencher quits over 'burka ban' as Paul Nuttall says policy came from Ukip members", "General election 2017: Voters will return to UKIP, says Nuttall", "General election: UKIP want 'one in, one out' migration", "Theresa May rules out participating in TV debates before election", "BBC and ITV on collision course with Theresa May as both say that they want to hold televised debates before June 8 general election", "General election 2017: Corbyn will not take part in TV election debates without May, Labour says – Politics live", "Everything you need to know about the upcoming general election TV debates and interviews", "BBC announces new dates for Andrew Neil Interviews postponed by Manchester terror attack", "Sky News to host Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn in live TV special", "Labour and Tory leaders interviewed by Jeremy Paxman – as it happened", "BBC debate: Theresa May defends no-show after Corbyn U-turn", "Jeremy Corbyn to make last minute BBC debate appearance despite Theresa May boycott", Election Questions – Ukip and the Green Party, "Election 2017: Scottish leaders debate on STV confirmed", "STV invites leaders to rescheduled election debate", "General Election 2017 TV debates: Times, dates and everything else you need to know", "BBC – Election 2017 – Where You Live – Media Centre", "UTV election debate: Nigel Dodds to deputise for Arlene Foster", "Election 2017: What you said in the Final Debate", "Tories spent £18.5m on election that cost them majority", "Daily Mail and Sun launch front-page attacks on Corbyn as Fleet Street lines up behind Theresa May", "VOTE MAY OR WE FACE DISASTER: It's time for patriotic realism NOT socialist indulgence", "Which parties are the UK press backing in the general election? [137], The Conservative manifesto proposed more government control and regulation of the Internet, including forcing Internet companies to restrict access to extremist and adult content. [60], 3,304 candidates stood for election, down from 3,631 in the previous general election. [93][156] Similar messages against a potential Lib–Lab pact were credited with securing a Conservative win in the 1992 and 2015 elections. [412][413] 208 woman MPs were elected to Parliament; the first time more than 200 MPs were women and beating the previous high of 196 woman MPs in the last Parliament. Sturgeon and Farron were expected to do the same on 4 June, but after the 2017 London Bridge attack it was rescheduled to 5 June and instead presented by Nick Robinson. Alternatively, you can use the search box above to search for the relevant constituency/location.

[188], The Conservative Party manifesto at the 2017 general election proposed repealing the Fixed-term Parliaments Act 2011.

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uk general election 2017 results

Despite a small decrease (2.7%) in Scotland from the 2015 UK general election, this was the largest ever electorate for a UK-wide poll.

The data may change as it is revised and updated by local authorities during the coming weeks and months. 7) How many covering envelopes were returned on the day after polling day before 10pm? [291][286][292][293][290] During the election period, BBC Question Time host David Dimbleby said Jeremy Corbyn had not had 'a fair deal at the hands of the press' and that he was more popular than the media made him out to be. [447] In July, Prime Minister Theresa May admitted she had "shed a tear" upon seeing the election exit poll, and suggested the manifesto's lack of appeal to younger voters had played a part in Conservative shortcomings. Ian Blackford became the new SNP leader in Westminster on 14 June, following Angus Robertson's defeat.

[91][92] On 22 April the Liberal Democrats also ruled out a coalition deal with the Conservatives and SNP. [100], In Northern Ireland, there were talks between the DUP and UUP. On 12 June, it was reported that the State Opening of Parliament, scheduled for 19 June, could be delayed. [402][403] Research company Ipsos MORI considered age to be one of the most significant factors behind the result; compared to the 2015 general election, under-45s tended to opt more for Labour and over-54s for the Conservatives. [243] The Prime Minister's office initially opposed the idea. This trend was consistent across the UK, ranging from a decrease of 0.9 percentage points in England and Scotland to a decrease of 1.8 percentage points in Northern Ireland. Number of covering envelopes received by the returning officer after the close of poll, excluding any returned as undelivered, 8. [53][54][55] The Respect Party, which had previously held seats, was dissolved in 2016; its former MP George Galloway stood and lost in the 2017 election as an independent in Manchester Gorton.

Sinn Féin maintained its abstentionist policy. [310] Some analysts and commentators have suggested the gap between the newspapers' strong support, and the public's marginal support, for the Conservatives in this election indicates a decline in the influence of print media, and/or that in 2017's election social media played a decisive role (perhaps being the first election in which this was the case[306][311]). [111], All parties suspended campaigning for a time in the wake of the Manchester Arena bombing on 22 May. In Northern Ireland, the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) won 10 seats, Sinn Féin won seven, and Independent Unionist Sylvia Hermon retained her seat. Table 3.1 confirms that only a small fraction of votes cast are not allocated to candidates standing for election.

The leader of the party commanding a majority of support in the House of Commons is the person who is called on by the monarch to form a government as Prime Minister, while the leader of the largest party not in government becomes the Leader of the Opposition. The highest combined share of the vote for the two main parties since 1970, it was suggested this indicated a return to two-party politics[5] caused by tactical voting[401] which led to the Conservatives having a smaller share of seats despite an increased number of votes. [444] He remained as leader until Sir Vince Cable was elected unopposed on 20 July. The commission "continues to work to improve the accuracy and completeness" of the electoral register, he added.[452]. Returning Officers reported that approximately 10,500 individuals tried to vote on election day despite not being registered. issued regular forecasts based on current opinion poll averages, Betting Markets, expert predictions and other sources on their website. [406] In terms of education, YouGov found that a one-point lead for the Conservatives among university graduates in 2015 had flipped to a 17-point lead for Labour in 2017. The election gave 46.8 million registered electors the opportunity to vote. [430], In a post-election reshuffle carried out on 11 June, May promoted her close ally Damian Green to become First Secretary of State and brought Michael Gove into the cabinet as Environment Secretary, making Andrea Leadsom Leader of the House of Commons. More than a third (36.9%) of these were recorded as duplicates2 and an estimated 226,565 individuals applied to register after the registration deadline. Election results plotted on a map showing equal-size constituencies, showing winning party in each. Caroline Lucas remained the sole Green Party MP, retaining Brighton Pavilion.

", "Labour Changes Its Benefits Freeze Policy Four Times in Five Hours After Manifesto Launch", "Labour finally admit they would not end four-year freeze on benefits", "General election 2017: Len McCluskey 'now optimistic Labour can win, "Union leader's comments overshadow £50bn Labour manifesto pledge", "SNP offers 'strong voice' in Brexit negotiations", "Election 2017: SNP manifesto calls for referendum 'at end of Brexit process, "SNP open to backing Labour government 'issue-by-issue, "Tim Farron: 'If you want to prevent hard Brexit then the Lib Dems have a clear message, "Revealed: The 'hit list' of Pro-EU Tory MPs the Lib Dems are targeting in Brexit election purge", "Lib Dems target Brexit-backing Labour MP Kate Hoey in Vauxhall", "Disillusioned Corbyn ally defects to the Lib Dems", "Lib Dem membership tops 100,000 after snap election call", "General election 2017: Lib Dem raise £500,000 in 48 hours", "The Lib Dems' big election fightback has been hit by one huge problem", "I do not think being gay is a sin, Tim Farron says", "Tim Farron: I don't think gay sex is a sin", "Lib Dems pledge 1p income tax rise to fund NHS", "General election 2017: Lib Dems pledge winter fuel cuts to protect pensions", "General election 2017: Lib Dems' 50,000 Syrian refugees pledge", "Lib Dems to back a 'regulated cannabis market' in UK", "Lib Dems pledge to boost armed forces personnel", "General election 2017: Lib Dems would end public sector pay squeeze", "Lib Dems promise to scrap mass snooping powers if elected", "General election 2017: Lib Dems promise £100-a-week for entrepreneurs' living costs", "Brexit: Lib Dem manifesto pledges new EU referendum", "General election 2017: UKIP manifesto to pledge a burka ban", "Ukip calls for mandatory FGM examinations for all 'at risk' school girls", "Ukip frontbencher quits over 'burka ban' as Paul Nuttall says policy came from Ukip members", "General election 2017: Voters will return to UKIP, says Nuttall", "General election: UKIP want 'one in, one out' migration", "Theresa May rules out participating in TV debates before election", "BBC and ITV on collision course with Theresa May as both say that they want to hold televised debates before June 8 general election", "General election 2017: Corbyn will not take part in TV election debates without May, Labour says – Politics live", "Everything you need to know about the upcoming general election TV debates and interviews", "BBC announces new dates for Andrew Neil Interviews postponed by Manchester terror attack", "Sky News to host Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn in live TV special", "Labour and Tory leaders interviewed by Jeremy Paxman – as it happened", "BBC debate: Theresa May defends no-show after Corbyn U-turn", "Jeremy Corbyn to make last minute BBC debate appearance despite Theresa May boycott", Election Questions – Ukip and the Green Party, "Election 2017: Scottish leaders debate on STV confirmed", "STV invites leaders to rescheduled election debate", "General Election 2017 TV debates: Times, dates and everything else you need to know", "BBC – Election 2017 – Where You Live – Media Centre", "UTV election debate: Nigel Dodds to deputise for Arlene Foster", "Election 2017: What you said in the Final Debate", "Tories spent £18.5m on election that cost them majority", "Daily Mail and Sun launch front-page attacks on Corbyn as Fleet Street lines up behind Theresa May", "VOTE MAY OR WE FACE DISASTER: It's time for patriotic realism NOT socialist indulgence", "Which parties are the UK press backing in the general election? [137], The Conservative manifesto proposed more government control and regulation of the Internet, including forcing Internet companies to restrict access to extremist and adult content. [60], 3,304 candidates stood for election, down from 3,631 in the previous general election. [93][156] Similar messages against a potential Lib–Lab pact were credited with securing a Conservative win in the 1992 and 2015 elections. [412][413] 208 woman MPs were elected to Parliament; the first time more than 200 MPs were women and beating the previous high of 196 woman MPs in the last Parliament. Sturgeon and Farron were expected to do the same on 4 June, but after the 2017 London Bridge attack it was rescheduled to 5 June and instead presented by Nick Robinson. Alternatively, you can use the search box above to search for the relevant constituency/location.

[188], The Conservative Party manifesto at the 2017 general election proposed repealing the Fixed-term Parliaments Act 2011.

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