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  • ...itical party|parties]]. The latter announced, as they did for the previous election, that, if no party were to get an overall majority, they would give prio ...ament.uk/about/how/elections-and-voting/general/general-election-timetable-2015/]):
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  • ...and won a seat in the [[2005 United Kingdom general election|2005 general election]]. Its support was strongest in inner-city areas such as [[London]], [[B ...ate for [[Mayor of London]].<ref>''BBC News'': '[http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/election/2016/london/results London mayor results]'. May 2016.</ref>
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  • In the [[United Kingdom]], the '''Liberal Democrats''' are a [[political party]], currently under Among the mainstream parties, they are generally centre-left.
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  • ...ing]] [[political party]] that is best-known for its call for the [[United Kingdom]] to leave the [[European Union]] and for other policies to control [[immig ...r 2016.</ref> It appears she had not registered herself as leader with the Electoral Commission.
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  • ...1th July 2016 to 7th June 2019, when she resigned, triggering a leadership election. The party is now led by [[Boris Johnson]]. ...and Duncan Smith earned places in Cameron's first [[Cabinet of the United Kingdom|Cabinet]].
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  • ...eral elections, losing both. In the first he did substantially better than generally expected, but the second was the party's worst result since 1935. He imme ...ship-election Results of the Labour leadership elections]'. 12th September 2015.</ref>
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  • ...ve Party]] leader from 2005 to 2016 and was [[Prime Minister of the United Kingdom]] from May 2010 until July 2016.}} ...be replaced by Conservatives. On 24th June 2016, after losing the [[United Kingdom European Union membership referendum, 2016|UK referendum on EU membership]]
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  • ...[[House of Commons (United Kingdom)|House of Commons]] of the '''[[United Kingdom]]''' took place on 8th June 2017. It resulted in a [[hung parliament]] with ...st October 2016.</ref> The election resulted in the cancellation of a [[by-election]] - the first time this has happened since 1924.
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  • ...itical party|parties]]. The latter announced, as they did for the previous election, that, if no party were to get an overall majority, they would give prio ...ament.uk/about/how/elections-and-voting/general/general-election-timetable-2015/]):
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  • ...eral elections, losing both. In the first he did substantially better than generally expected, but the second was the party's worst result since 1935. He imme .... The party is currently engaged in a review of its policies following its electoral defeat in March 2010.
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  • ...jpg|right|300px|William Hague in 2010, shortly after becoming the [[United Kingdom|UK]] [[Foreign Secretary|foreign minister]]. He is currently the [[Leader o ...would leave the [[House of Commons (United Kingdom)|House of Commons]] in 2015,<ref>''BBC News'': '[http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-11158667 Profile
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  • ...[[Ed Miliband]] as Leader of the Opposition, then [[Jeremy Corbyn]] (since 2015). ...ample, when [[John Major]] resigned as Prime Minister in 1997 following an election defeat, he left [[Buckingham Palace]] as the Leader of the Opposition, a
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  • ...yal prerogatives|royal prerogative]]. The Prime Minister must be either an elected [[Member of Parliament (UK)|Member of Parliament]], or (very rarely) a me ...[[First Lord of the Treasury]]). [[Robert Walpole|Sir Robert Walpole]] is generally regarded as the first Prime Minister in the modern sense; although adopti
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  • ...ited Nations Security Council]]. In 2016, British voters opted to [[United Kingdom exit from the European Union|leave the European Union]], and this was imple ...ropean Union]] but did not adopt its common currency. It joined with the [[United States of America]] in the [[North Atlantic Treaty Organisation]], and su
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  • ....jpg|right|350px|[[Jeremy Corbyn]] has been Leader of the Opposition since 2015.}} ...nment of the United Kingdom|government]] in the [[House of Commons (United Kingdom)|House of Commons]]. The holder is entitled to the same salary as a [[Cabin
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  • ...uted to the creation of that [[country]] which is now part of the [[United Kingdom]]. ...customary way of referring to what is more formally defined as "The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland". That usage does not imply the exclu
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  • Following the [[2010 United Kingdom general election]], none of the parties won a [[working majority]] and numerous coalition ...ringing together legislation where the parties disagree (on issues such as electoral reform).
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  • ...= Bloomberg Billionaires| website= Bloomberg.com| access-date= February 6, 2015}} Note that this site is updated daily.</ref><ref>{{Cite web|title=George S ...king various jobs at [[merchant bank]]s in the United Kingdom and then the United States, before starting his first [[hedge fund]], Double Eagle, in 1969.
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  • ...www.channel4.com/history/microsites/H/history/a-b/boud1.html] the "client kingdom" of the Iceni, led by Queen Boadicea, attack their Roman allies in Colches ...//www.stalbanscathedral.org.uk/story-of-alban.htm] [http://www.earlybritishkingdoms.com/bios/alban.html] - a Roman soldier is beheaded for practising Christia
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  • ...d of the Church of England to allow women to become bishops, Parliament in 2015 also made temporary provision for women bishops to go to the front of the q ...em for life, thus allowing them to sit in the House of Commons instead (if elected).
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  • ...t reign in recorded British history until overtaken by [[Elizabeth II]] in 2015. She gave her name to an era of British greatness, especially in the far-fl ...by bestowing a peerage upon him. When Disraeli's government lost the 1880 election, the Queen was openly reluctant to send for the Leader of the Opposition
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