August 2020 United Kingdom general election

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August 2020 United Kingdom general election

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All 100 seats in the House of Commons
51 seats needed for a majority
Opinion polls
Turnout78.4% (Increase 12.2 pp)
  First party Second party Third party
  Yukub Friedmanite19 ARichTeaBiscuit
Leader Yukub Friedmanite19 ARichTeaBiscuit
Party Conservative Libertarian Labour
Leader since 21 April 2020 12 November 2016 3 February 2020
Leader's seat Dorset Somerset and Bristol Merseyside
Last election 34 seats, 27.48% 15 seats, 17.42% 24 seats, 24.79%
Seats won 31 23 21
Seat change Decrease 3 Increase 8 Decrease 3
Popular vote 10,665,822 7,557,373 7,425,462
Percentage 29.73% 21.06% 20.70%
Swing Increase 0.24 pp Increase 5.04 pp Decrease 1.69 pp

  Fourth party Fifth party Sixth party
Leader CountBrandenburg Collective leadership Gregor_The_Beggar
Party Liberal Democrats The People's Movement Democratic Reformist
Leader since 21 June 2020 N/A 21 June 2020
Leader's seat Yorkshire and the Humber List
(failed to win North Yorkshire)
n/a London List
(failed to win North Wales)
Last election 10 seats, 10.73% 6 seats, 5.99% 8 seats, 9.62%
Seats won 16 3 3
Seat change Increase 6 Decrease 3 Decrease 5
Popular vote 5,509,654 1,927,052 1,194,782
Percentage 15.36% 5.37% 3.33%
Swing Increase 4.63 pp Decrease 1.06 pp Decrease 6.34 pp

  Seventh party Eighth party
  SomeBritishDude26 SoSaturnistic
Leader SomeBritishDude26 SoSaturnistic
Party People's Unity SDLP
Leader since 11 June 2020 16 February 2020
Leader's seat none
(failed to win Somerset and Bristol)
Did not stand[n 1]
Last election new new
Seats won 2 1
Seat change Increase 2 Increase 1
Popular vote 936,913 243,738
Percentage 2.61% 0.68%
Swing Increase 2.61 pp Increase 0.68 pp

Prime Minister before election


Prime Minister after election


A general election was held on 7 August 2020 to elect 100 members to the 14th Parliament of the United Kingdom. The election took place under the mixed-member proportional representation system, with 50 MPs being elected from 50 first-past-the-post constituencies, with another 50 being elected from 12 regional party lists. The election saw Yukub's Conservative Party returned as the largest party, albeit with less seats, having lost 3 from the last general election and 7 from Parliament's dissolution. Notably, the Libertarian Party under Friedmanite19 overtook the Labour Party as the second-largest party in the House of Commons. After the election, the Conservatives and Libertarians agreed to form the Third Conservative-Libertarian coalition government, while the Labour Party formed an official opposition with the Democratic Reformist Front.


  1. SoSaturnistic sits in the Northern Ireland Assembly. Abrokenhero leads the SDLP delegation to Westminster and is their only MP.