Category Archives: General Election 2019

Conservatives earn majority in election victory.

The conservatives won a decisive overall majority in last nights general election, the third since 2015, meaning that Boris Johnson remains as Prime Minister. They won 365 seats of the 650, a majority of 80 seats whilst nearest rivals Labour managed to win just 203 seats. The exit polls showed that the Tories would have a slightly bigger majority than

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UK Election 2019 vote causes history for Labour

Labour leader – Jeremy Corbyn  has announced he will stand down as leader in the forthcoming next general election. Mr Corbyn, whose Labour party candidates suffered a mammoth of been beaten by the Tories. The results are now in from votes of the general election, whereas exits poll have concluded their intelligence, were confirmed correct; that the Tories will have

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Tory win leaves majority of London voters worried

Boris confirms that the UK will be leaving the EU by January 31st 2020 after a landslide 80 seat majority. The Conservatives snagging a win once more has caused a lot of heartache across the country; especially for the younger generation who for most, has been the first time they were ever able to vote. The Conservatives won with a

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Labour holds all three Lambeth Seats

Lambeth now has two black female MPS for Streatham and Vauxhall held by Florence Eshalomi and Bell Ribeiro-Addy and adding Helen Hayes these three women are bound to be a force to be reckoned with. This the first time there has been a all female constituency. Across Lambeth and Wandsworth are represented by six labour women.  Here are some opinions from

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Lib Dems: Out of their depth

Lib Dems suffered a humiliating loss this election only having 11 seats while conservatives gained 364. Lib Dems still remain as the fourth biggest party in the house of parliament, they had made statements regarding their stance on reversing the problem revolving brexit. This backfired two weeks prior the polling. The affect of the lib dems loss was the leader

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