Who is my local MP? Full breakdown of Parliament before it was dissolved for the General Election

5 Jun

How many MPs are there from each party?

In 2015, the Conservatives won 331 seats, winning a 12-seat majority in the House of Commons. The Labour Party ended the election with 232 MPs, and the SNP the third largest party with 56 MPs.

Since then, there have been a number of by-elections which have altered the composition of Parliament. 

Mrs May’s Tories are still the largest party, but with 330 MPs. Labour, the main opposition party, has 229 MPs going into the general election.

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