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(it seems to be generally agreed that Parliament has now been dissolved, if not exactly when this happened; let's hope the next Parliament needs less frequent updates)
 
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!Party or group!!Seats
 
!Party or group!!Seats
 
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|[[Conservative Party (UK)|Conservative]]||298<ref>One Conservative MP acts as a Deputy Speaker, so does not vote.</ref>
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|[[Conservative Party (UK)|Conservative]]||0
 
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|[[Labour Party (UK)|Labour]]||242 or 243<ref>One Labour MP acts as Deputy Speakers, so does not vote. One Labour MP has been suspended from the Commons, so cannot vote; it is not clear whether he has been suspended from the Parliamentary party too</ref>
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|[[Labour Party (UK)|Labour]]||0
 
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|[[Scottish National Party|SNP]]||35
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|[[Scottish National Party|SNP]]||0
 
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|[[Liberal Democrats (UK)|Liberal Democrat]]||20
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|[[Liberal Democrats (UK)|Liberal Democrat]]||0
 
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|[[Democratic Unionist Party|DUP]]||10
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|[[Democratic Unionist Party|DUP]]||0
 
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|[[Sinn Féin]]<ref>Sinn Féin contests UK general elections but does not take the seats; therefore, its MPs do not vote or speak in the House of Commons.</ref>||7
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|[[Sinn Féin]]<ref>Sinn Féin contests UK general elections but does not take the seats; therefore, its MPs do not vote or speak in the House of Commons.</ref>||0
 
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|[[Independent Group for Change]]<ref>Formed during the lifetime of this Parliament by defectors from other parties.</ref>||5
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|[[Independent Group for Change]]||0
 
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|[[Plaid Cymru]]||4
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|[[Plaid Cymru]]||0
 
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|[[Green Party of England and Wales|Green]]||1
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|[[Green Party of England and Wales|Green]]||0
 
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|[[Independent (politician)|Independent]]||24 or 25<ref>Only one of these was elected as an independent; the others have resigned or been expelled or suspended from their parties. See also note on Labour above.</ref>
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|[[Independent (politician)|Independent]]||0
 
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|[[Speaker of the House of Commons (UK)|Speaker]]<ref>Does not vote except to break a tie; the Speaker is not a member of any party.</ref>||1
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|[[Speaker of the House of Commons (UK)|Speaker]]<ref>Does not vote except to break a tie; the Speaker is not a member of any party.</ref>||0
 
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|Vacant<ref>Seats awaiting the election of a new MP in a [[by-election]] or general election.</ref>||2
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|Vacant<ref>Seats awaiting the election of a new MP in a [[by-election]] or general election.</ref>||650
 
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|'''Total'''||650
 
|'''Total'''||650
 
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|'''Government [[working majority]]'''||0<ref>Does not include the Speaker and Speaker's Deputies (who do not usually vote) or Sinn Féin (which does not take the seats).
 
|'''Government [[working majority]]'''||0<ref>Does not include the Speaker and Speaker's Deputies (who do not usually vote) or Sinn Féin (which does not take the seats).

Latest revision as of 18:45, 7 November 2019

Party or group Seats
Conservative 0
Labour 0
SNP 0
Liberal Democrat 0
DUP 0
Sinn Féin[1] 0
Independent Group for Change 0
Plaid Cymru 0
Green 0
Independent 0
Speaker[2] 0
Vacant[3] 650
Total 650
Government working majority 0[4]
  1. Sinn Féin contests UK general elections but does not take the seats; therefore, its MPs do not vote or speak in the House of Commons.
  2. Does not vote except to break a tie; the Speaker is not a member of any party.
  3. Seats awaiting the election of a new MP in a by-election or general election.
  4. Does not include the Speaker and Speaker's Deputies (who do not usually vote) or Sinn Féin (which does not take the seats).