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  House of Commons
Name Conservative Party
Votes365 (56.15%)
Margin166 (+25.54%)
Term03/27/2021 - 05/02/2024
  Speaker of the House of Commons  Lindsay Hoyle 2 19 +100.00%
  Deputy Speaker of the House of Commons  Nigel Evans 2 20 +50.40%
  Eleanor Laing 2 20 +0.00%
  Rosie Winterton 1 20 +0.00%
  Leader of the House of Commons  Jacob Rees-Mogg 1 19 +100.00%
  Shadow Leader of the House of Commons  Valerie Vaz 1 16 +100.00%
  Popular Vote  Conservative Party 0 19 +11.60%
  Backbench Business  Ian Mearns 3 20 +100.00%
  Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy  Darren Jones 1 20 +14.29%
  Communities and Local Government  Clive Betts 4 20 +100.00%
  Defence  Tobias Ellwood 1 20 +13.41%
  Digital, Culture, Media & Sport  Julian Knight 1 20 +1.62%
  Education  Robert Halfon 2 20 +100.00%
  Environment, Food and Rural Affairs  Neil Parish 3 20 +100.00%
  Environmental Audit  Philip Dunne 1 20 +44.30%
  Exiting the European Union  Hilary Benn 2 20 +100.00%
  Foreign Affairs  Tom Tugendhat 2 20 +46.26%
  Health and Social Care  Jeremy Hunt 1 20 +57.74%
  Home Affairs  Yvette Cooper 2 20 +100.00%
  International Development  Sarah Champion 1 20 +21.91%
  International Trade  Angus MacNeil 3 20 +4.68%
  Justice  Robert Neill 3 20 +17.52%
  Northern Ireland Affairs  Simon Hoare 2 20 +20.15%
  Petitions  Catherine McKinnell 1 20 +12.01%
  Procedure  Karen Bradley 1 20 +3.44%
  Public Accounts  Meg Hillier 3 20 +100.00%
  Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs  William Wragg 1 20 +29.34%
  Science and Technology  Greg Clark 1 20 +23.98%
  Scottish Affairs  Peter Wishart 3 20 +100.00%
  Standards  Chris Bryant 1 20 +22.96%
  Transport  Huw Merriman 1 20 +21.45%
  Treasury  Mel Stride 1 20 +100.00%
  Welsh Affairs  Stephen Crabb 1 20 +100.00%
  Women and Equalities  Caroline Nokes 1 20 +100.00%
  Work and Pensions  Stephen Timms 1 20 +27.20%

Parliament DETAILS
Parents > United Kingdom  
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Established 00, 1295
Disbanded Still Active
ContributorGerald Farinas
Last ModifiedRalphie January 16, 2009 03:49pm
Description Parliament of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

The United Kingdom is governed by a parliamentary monarchy. Governance is the jurisdiction of Parliament from which the Prime Minister is elected. Parliament in the United Kingdom is a bicameral legislature consisting of the House of Lords and the House of Commons. Both chambers have the responsibility of examining proposals for new laws, scrutinize government policy and administration and debate the issues of the day.

The first parliament was summoned in 1295 by King Edward I. Edward's parliament consisted of two Knights from each county, two Burgesses from each borough, and two citizens from each city. Several parliaments have come and gone throughout the course of British history with kings and queens forming new parliaments and dissolving them as they saw fit. Having lost absolute authority, the Monarch no longer has such power.

Seat summary and boundary change text for the 2009/2010 election is from ukpollingreport.co.uk.


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