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|Title:||The general election in the UK, May 2005|
|Citation:||Electoral Studies. 25(4): 814-820, Dec 2006|
|Abstract:||At the 2005 general election in the UK, held on 5 May, the Labour Party won an historically unprecedented third victory in a row, and, correspondingly, the Conservative Party suffered its third defeat in a row. In total, 62 seats changed hands, and, as all three major parties experienced both some success and some failure, the election results were curiously ambivalent.|
|Appears in Collections:||Politics and International Relations|
Dept of Politics, History and Law Research Papers
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