Unitit Kinrick general election, 2015

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Unitit Kinrick general election, 2015
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Opinion polls
Turnoot 66.4%[1] Increase 1.3%
  Majority pairty Minority pairty
  David Cameron Ed Miliband
Leader David Cameron Ed Miliband
Pairty Conservative Labour
Leader syne 6 December 2005 25 September 2010
Leader's seat Witney Doncaster North
Last election 306 seats, 36.1% 258 seats, 29.0%
Seats before 302 256
Seats wan 330 232
Seat chynge Increase 24 Decrease 26
Popular vote 11,334,576 9,347,304
Percentage 36.9% 30.4%
Swing Increase 0.8% Increase 1.5%

  Third party Fourth party
  Nicola Sturgeon Nick Clegg
Leader Nicola Sturgeon Nick Clegg
Pairty SNP Leeberal Democrat
Leader syne 14 November 2014 18 December 2007
Leader's seat Didna stand[n 1] Sheffield Hallam
Last election 6 seats, 1.7% 57 seats, 23.0%
Seats before 6 57
Seats wan 56 8
Seat chynge Increase 50 Decrease 49
Popular vote 1,454,436 2,415,862
Percentage 4.7% 7.9%
Swing Increase 3.1% Decrease 15.2%

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Colours denote the winnin pairty, as shawn in the main cairt o results.

Prime Meenister afore election

David Cameron
Conservative

Subsequent Prime Meenister

David Cameron
Conservative

2001 election MPs
2005 election MPs
2010 election MPs

The Unitit Kinrick general election o 2015 on 7 Mey 2015 electit the 56t Pairlament o the Unitit Kinrick.

Notes[eedit | eedit soorce]

  1. SNP pairty leader Nicola Sturgeon, a Member o the Scots Pairlament an First Meenister o Scotland, pairteecipated in some o the main UK-wide televised debates, but didna stand for a seat in this election. Angus Robertson, MP for Moray, is the SNP leader in the Hoose o Commons.
  1. "The May 2015 UK elections: Report on the administration of the 7 May 2015 elections, including the UK Parliamentary general election" (PDF). p. 3.