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The Finally Tally – 48% vs 52%


N. Ireland – 55.8% vs 44.2%


Scotland – 62.0% vs 38.0%


Wales – 47% vs 52.5%


England – 46% vs 53.4%


29 Mar 2017 Theresa May triggers Article 50, starting the process whereby the UK leaves the eu.

18 Apr 2017 Theresa May calls for an early general election. MPs voted on and approved this call the following day.

The deadline to register for the UK Parliamentary General Election is Monday 22 May 2017.

Elections Helpline: 02073640872

In England, Scotland and Wales you can register to vote at gov.uk/register-to-vote.

In Northern Ireland, visit our Register to vote in Northern Ireland page to download a registration form.

Please note: European Union citizens are not eligible to vote in the UK Parliamentary General Election taking place on 8 June 2017. However you can still register by visiting the register-to-vote website.

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7 May: French presidential election

7 May 2017: French presidential election

The French presidential election 2017 is shaping up to be one of the most unpredictable in history.

Even if Le Pen doesn’t win, if one in three French voters decided to back her it would be an extraordinary result, and one unthinkable not so long ago.

Again, it will add to the anti-European, anti-euro, anti-migrant mood sweeping the West.

Odds and results predictions for candidates Marine Le Pen, Francois Fillon, Emmanuel Macron and Benoit Hamon will be updated soon.

French presidential election results round 1

Emmanuel Macron - Former French Minister of the Economy, Finance and Industry
Marine Le Pen - French Lawyer and the President of the National Front
François Fillon - Former Prime Minister of France
Jean-Luc Mélenchon - French Politician
Benoît Hamon - Member of the Socialist Party and Party of European Socialists.
Nicolas Dupont-Aignan - President of the France Arise
Jean Lassalle - Politician

The Final Results – Emmanuel Macron vs Marine Le Pen.

On this second round the two candidates with the highest scores in the round on face each other. Held 14 days lather unless a candidate reaches 50% of the vote in the first round, what has never happened in the history of the French politics.

Macron beats Le Pen in French presidential election

Macron vs Marine Le Pen – 66.06% to 33.94% .

Emmanuel Macron - 66.1% / 20,753,797
Marine Le Pen - 33.9% / 10,644,118

Thursday 8 June 2017: The British general election Results


Conservative - 331
Labor - 232
Labor Democrats - 8
DUP - 8
SNP - 56

22 October 2017: German elections

22 October 2017: German elections

Germany looks set to hold its federal election on Sunday September 24.

Government spokesman Steffen Seibert said the cabinet had suggested that date to the president, who tends to agree with the government’s proposal.

The federal election must take place before October 22 and recent elections have been held in late September to avoid school holidays.

CDU/CSU - 33%
SPD - 20.5%
AfD - 12.6%
FDP - 10.7%
Die Linke 9.2%
Grune - 8.9%
Other - 5.1%

Will Angela Merkel LOSE power?

Elections What next

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