Newly published official publications from :
Westminster and the UK Government
General Election 2017: results and analysis – “This briefing paper contains summary information about the results of the 2017 General Election, held on 8th June. It provides election results by party, nation and region, as well as further statistics on turnout and lost deposits.
The 2017 General Election resulted in a hung Parliament, with no party having an overall majority. The Conservative Party won the largest number of seats and votes, taking 317 seats and 42.3% of the UK vote, up from 36.8% in 2015. The Labour Party won 262 seats, and 40.0% of the vote, up from 232 seats and 30.4% of the vote in 2015. The Liberal Democrats won 12 seats, a net gain of 4 seats, and 7.4% of the UK vote.”
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