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  79. When is Election Day 2018? Retrieved 22 April 2017. Led by , the SNP stands only in Scotland; it won 56 of 59 Scottish seats in 2015.
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  81. How many seats are needed for a majority? These saw large gains by the Conservatives, and large losses by Labour and UKIP.
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  83. Election Dates for 2018 Primary and General Elections - It does not stand in enough seats to obtain a majority. Retrieved 7 May 2017.
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  85. Thank you for subscribing We have more newsletters See our Could not subscribe, try again later Invalid Email Voters go to the polls in local elections across England today that will put Theresa May to her biggest electoral test since she lost her government majority last year. London is the major battleground after recent polls pointed towards a substantial swing to Labour. Jeremy Corbyn's party will be hoping to win control of Tower Hamlets and Barnet and possibly even the flagship Conservative councils of Wandsworth and Westminster. But upsets are also possible around the country, with Labour also hopeful of taking power in town halls from Kirklees and Calderdale in Yorkshire and Trafford in Greater Manchester to Plymouth and Swindon in the south. A bad set of results for either Mrs May or could change the dynamics of what happens in Westminster. The Lib Dems will want to show they are not treading water under Vince Cable, while UKIP is fighting for its political survival. Controversial plans forcing voters to prove their identity before casting their ballot will be trialled at some polling stations. Here is you guide to this year's local elections. When are the local elections? The elections are a crucial test for both Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn Voters go to the polls today - Thursday 3 May - in England at 150 councils, including all 32 London boroughs. Elections are also taking place for directly-elected mayors in Hackney, Lewisham, Newham, Tower Hamlets and Watford. The Sheffield City region will also elect its first metro mayor. There will also be one MP elected in West Tyrone, Northern Ireland As always, polls will be open from 7am to 10pm. Results will come in throughout the night and on Friday 4 May. Can I take part in these elections? Birmingham is a key battleground in the elections Image: Birmingham Mail If you are 18 or over, are registered to vote, and live in England, there is a good chance. There are no council elections in Scotland, Wales or Northern Ireland. Elections for councils in England take place in four-year cycles. In London every single council seat is up for grabs. In 30 of the 34 metropolitan boroughs a third of the seats are in play. Of the 17 unitary authorities just two have all-up elections Blackburn with Darwen and Kingston-upon-Hull with the remaining 15 having a third of their seats up. Local elections are broken down by wards which each elect a councillor much like a constituency sends an MP to the House of Commons. Seats at 150 councils in England are up for grabs Image: Getty You can find out which council, and which ward, you are in by and entering your postcode. It will then tell you if there are elections in your ward for local councillors - or even for a directly-elected mayor, There should also be list of all the candidates standing for election in your area and what party they represent. In many elections, such as mayoral elections or referendums, you may be have sent an information booklet. Where is my polling station? The location of your polling station will be written on your polling card. If you've lost it, don't worry. You can find out where you have to go by contacting your local election office. You can also use the Which are the main battlefields? This took place against a backdrop of Labour infighting and were fought in shire seats that traditionally vote Conservative. Labour is expected to retain control of Birmingham, though the boundary changes make the result harder to predict. It would take a political earthquake to dislodge Labour from Manchester and Liverpool. A good night for Labour would see them take Trafford, which currently has 34 Tory councillors, 26 Labour and three Lib Dems, and win overall control in places such as Dudley and Stockport and Walsall. What will happen in London? The Tories are braced for heavy losses in London Image: RooM RF The Conservatives are braced for heavy losses in the capital. Veteran pollster Robert Hayward says the Tories could lose more than 100 seats, paving the way for its worst result since 1994. The last round of elections in 2014 saw Labour win 1,060 seats and win control of 20 councils while the Tories won 615 and nine councils. The Tories are hoping to retain control of Westminster and Wandsworth councils but could lose Barnet in north London. Will be a factor? There are an estimated 2. He has also warned Tory MPs in London they should expect a backlash unless they soften their opposition to a hard Brexit. What will the results mean for the main parties? Jeremy Corbyn will want to show Labour is still making progress Image: REUTERS A poor set of results could cut both ways for Theresa May. But it could also focus the minds of Tory rebels as they approach key votes on Brexit. They are less likely to rock the boat if they believe it could open the door to Jeremy Corbyn becoming Prime Minister. Mr Corbyn will want to show that his party is continuing to build on the gains made. The Lib Dems will seek evidence they still have a strong grassroots network and UKIP will be pleased if they hold a single council seat.
  86. Retrieved 5 June 2017. The candidate with the most votes in each constituency becomes the MP for the area. Retrieved 27 April 2017. Negotiations between the Conservatives and DUP met on 9 June. Retrieved 18 April 2017. A person who has two homes such as a university student who has a term-time address and lives at home during holidays may be able to register to vote at both addresses as long as they are not in the same civil area, but can only vote in one at the general election. Rise to vote, sir. UKIP chose to continue campaigning. Retrieved 5 June 2017. The government announced that it intended for the next parliament to assemble on 13 June, with the on 19 June.
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