28th TSR General Election: The Result Watch

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The result of the 28th general election can now be declared:

TSR Conservative and Unionist Party: 46 votes, 17 seats (seats 01–17)
TSR Labour Party: 41 votes, 16 seats (seats 18–33)
TSR Liberal Democrats: 27 votes, 10 seats (seats 34–43)
TSR Libertarian Party: 15 votes, 5 seats (seats 44–48)
Unown Uzer: 8 votes, 1 seat (seat 49)
CatusStarbight: 4 votes, 1 seat (seat 50)
Aph: 2 votes, 0 seats
Spoilt ballots: 4

For my ease, seats within each party will this term be assigned in alphabetical order according to the initial list of MPs.

There will now be 7 'sitting' days to negotiate coalitions, with Parliament re-opening on 29th December. The deadline to submit a proposed government (by TSR PM only) is 6pm on the 29th, and any government composed of multiple parties and/or independents must send a confirmation PM from each party leader/independent before the deadline.
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And the graphs:

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Hear, hear, point of order Mr Speaker!
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Very disappointing to see us stick on 5 seats, admittedly I find that very disappointing, and will seek to revitalise the party over the coming term.
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Well done to the Conservatives for their impressive gain. Libers done well to win 5 seats given the mass pm.
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I thank the honourable gentleman @Connor27 for giving way, Mr Speaker, the Leader of Her Majesty’s Opposition has brought forth electoral data, why so are the voter turnout populations so low - it undermines representative democracy?!
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Little change from the 'exit poll' then. Shame to see Aph miss out on a seat - commiserations.

It is also disappointing to see the Libertatian Party lagging behind on 5 seats, though this should make for an interesting internal MP election.
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Really happy with our result - the highest it has been for years. Congratulations to the other parties and independents that won their seats. Commiserations to Aph for not winning his.
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Oh, yeah! Another election victory for the Conservatives in the bag, this time even with six more valid votes.

I hope you all accept now that the last election result wasn't an outlier. We have won even despite the mass PM at a time where RL Conservatives aren't exactly popular.
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(Original post by Connor27)
Very disappointing to see us stick on 5 seats, admittedly I find that very disappointing, and will seek to revitalise the party over the coming term.
Like I said without the competent leadership of CatusStarbright the ship is sinking
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Well done to the Conservatives for their impressive gain. Libers done well to win 5 seats given the mass pm.
Down from 28 votes last election to 15 now, doesn’t seem to have gone well
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Very disapointing to have lost so many ineligable votes, very little I can do now though.
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Very disapointing to have lost so many ineligable votes, very little I can do now though.
My sympathies, you deserved to win a seat.
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My sympathies, you deserved to win a seat.
Here here, @Aph it is with sadness the Honourable Member has been unseated, let’s accept the will of the people and stuff him into an advisory role at the back of the Libertarian office
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Here here, @Aph it is with sadness the Honourable Member has been unseated, let’s accept the will of the people and stuff him into an advisory role at the back of the Libertarian office
That's possibly not the best place for him; the Lib Dems or even the Tories(?) would perhaps be better for him.
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Here here, @Aph it is with sadness the Honourable Member has been unseated, let’s accept the will of the people and stuff him into an advisory role at the back of the Libertarian office
Would the fact he wasn’t elected not suggest the will of the people is he leaves the political sphere?


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Not saying he should but that’s what the election says.
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(Original post by CatusStarbright)
That's possibly not the best place for him; the Lib Dems or even the Tories(?) would perhaps be better for him.
Here here
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Would the fact he wasn’t elected not suggest the will of the people is he leaves the political sphere?


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Not saying he should but that’s what the election says.
Indeed but due to the bureaucratic nature of the MHoC he will remain apart of the political class
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I'm calmly reflective on a very pleasing result for the party.

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