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From and including the general election in the United Kingdom in 2010 how many of the four elections until 2020.........

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From and including the general election in the United Kingdom in 2010 how many of the four elections until 2020 were coalition governments?

posted Jan 6, 2021 by Dilbagh

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All were Conservative governments but only the first was in coalition. The election in 2017 resulted in a minority government, the elections in 2015 and 2019 were won outright by the Conservative party. The statutory parliamentary term in the UK is 5 years, but incumbents in 2017 and 2019 opted to call snap elections in the context of parliamentary upheaval over Brexit.

answer Jan 7, 2021 by Rahul Vaidya
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