The 2019 General Election resulted in a Conservative victory.

Statement from the Electoral Reform Society, for immediate release, 13th December.

The Conservative party, which won a majority in the 2019 election, included pledges in its manifesto to remove the 15-year limit on voting for British citizens living abroad, and to introduce a voter identification requirement [5] in Great Britain. This is the same as after the 2017 general election. The party won 365 seats, 48 more than in 2017, and 43.6% of the vote, up from 42.3% in 2017. Researchers have modelled the General Election result under a form of proportional representation. All the latest breaking news on General Election 2019 as voters head to the polls. The turnout was 67.3% of registered voters, which represents a 1.5% drop on the 2017 general election. General Election: How the 2019 election results could have looked with proportional representation. Joe Evans. Findings of final poll of the … Nicola Sturgeon: Scotland 'cannot be imprisoned' in UK . Provisionally, the next general election will be conducted using the same electoral system as the 2019 election (first-past-the-post). 15 December 2019. Contact Jon Narcross on [email protected] / 07794728820 for bids.

General election 2019: Labour leadership takes blame over result . Posted on the 13th December 2019. The 2019 United Kingdom general election was held on Thursday 12 December 2019, two-and-a-half years after the previous general election in June 2017.The Scottish National Party (SNP) received the most votes (45%, up 8.1% from the previous election) and won 48 out of 59 seats — a gain of 13 over those won in 2017, and 81% of the Scottish seats in the House of Commons. More than half (54%) of the new House of Commons went to a comprehensive school, up slightly from 52% after the 2017 election. The Labour Party won 202 seats and 32.1% of the vote, down from 262 seats and 40.0% of the vote in 2017. Up to the minute results of the 2019 General Election in England from BBC News General Election 2019 Who will win the general election? Dec 12, 2019.

The Conservatives won the most seats - 365 - … 15 December 2019… Voting day poll results and odds.