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Election 2015 Data and Key Issues

The House of Commons Library has published its analysis of the results of the 2015 general election. This report presents data from the election at national and constituency level for the United Kingdom, with comparisons to results from the previous 2010 election. 135 more words


Election 2015: What happens next

The new Parliament will be summoned by the Queen on the 18th May, before the State Opening of Parliament. In the days that follow, the Speaker of the House of Commons is elected (or re-elected), and all MPs will take the oath of allegiance and the solemn affirmation. 204 more words


Digital Repository of the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (CEPAL) freely available online

The Digital Repository of the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC; CEPAL in Spanish) provides free online access to over 35,000 official documents at: … 275 more words


Election 2015: The numbers behind the votes

Voting day is finally here, and across the UK people are making their mark on ballot papers to express their preference for the next government. 266 more words


General Election 2015

Looking for some last minute reading on the general election, coalitions, hung parliaments and the government?

Government formation post-election by the Political and Constitutional Reform Committee (2015) 183 more words


Election Manifestos

Only 8 days to go! Not sure who to vote for? Pop up to level 7 of the library to browse the election manifestos, or read them online below. 34 more words


How do elections work?

Want to know more about the legal side of how elections work?

What constitutes an ‘election expense’, and who pays for it? What about the expense involved in candidates driving around their constituency canvassing votes? 115 more words