30th TSR General Election: The Result! Watch

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I can now declare the results of the 30th TSR General Election


TSR Labour Party: 37 Votes, 18 seats (Seats 01-18)

TSR Conservative and Unionist Party: 35 votes, 17 seats (19-35)

TSR Liberal Democrat Party: 20 Votes, 9 seats (36-44)

TSR Libertarian party: 7 votes, 3 seats (45-47)

SoggyCabbages (Independent): 5 Votes, 1 seat (Seat 50)

Catusstarbright (Independent): 4 votes, 1 seat (seat 49)

Barnetlad (Independent): 3 votes, 1 seat (seat 48)

Aph (Independent): 2 Votes, 0 seats

Spoilt Ballot: 0 seats


Seats within each party will again this term be initially assigned in alphabetical order according to the list of MPs.

There will now be 7 days to negotiate coalitions, with Parliament re-opening on Friday 20th December. The deadline to submit a proposed government (by TSR PM only) is 9pm on the 20th, 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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Congratulations to all my fellow independents who were elected, and commiserations to Aph.

I imagine the two largest parties (by seat number) are going to struggle to fill those seats.
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I decided to order the independents seat number by alphabetical means, as this makes it easier for myself when doing voting data.
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Oooooh that’s a lot closer than we thought
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I’ll look to create some graphs tomorrow.
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the libver leadership is ready to engage in negotiations with the tories if they're willing to take their desire for government seriously rather than expect us to be their *****es. You're the ones that have the most to lose.
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Well, I must say the fact that if either Labour or the Conservative paries had had a single vote less I would have won a seat is very disapointing
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Well, I must say the fact that if either Labour or the Conservative paries had had a single vote less I would have won a seat is very disapointing
A vote for an indie is often a wasted vote. You only get one seat regardless how many votes you could. You could try joining a party?
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Well, I must say the fact that if either Labour or the Conservative paries had had a single vote less I would have won a seat is very disapointing
You should be used to relying on technicalities around by elections
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That was close!
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(Original post by Jammy Duel)
You should be used to relying on technicalities around by elections
That technicality has been closed by Fez.


(Original post by quirky editor)
A vote for an indie is often a wasted vote. You only get one seat regardless how many votes you could. You could try joining a party?
If Citizens had formed we would have got 2 seats, if not more. All the parties are **** here.
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If Citizens had formed we would have got 2 seats, if not more. All the parties are **** here.
that assumes you'd have got at least as many votes as the component members, you could similarly have only got 1 or even none
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I'm glad that this election has returned us as the largest party.
I look forward to being a Prime Minister that will work for the many and not the few.
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I'm happy that we were able to increase our seat count in the official results

It will be interesting to see what Government will be created from this.
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I'm happy that we were able to increase our seat count in the official results

It will be interesting to see what Government will be created from this.
Would your party want to prop up a Marxist ideologue as PM or take part in a coalition headed up by our liberal-conservative, progressively minded leader; that is the simple question here.

Baron is a former Green and Liberal within the MHoC, his ideas are well known. JMR is a Marxist loon.

Lib Dems should choose wisely.
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(Original post by JMR2019.)
I'm glad that this election has returned us as the largest party.
I look forward to being a Prime Minister that will work for the many and not the few.
A vast majority of the electorate for voted for capitalist parties; your socialist government would be illegitimate.
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Aph you have my vote next time, if it helps. your contribution to this house absolutely deserves it.
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I'm happy to see us gaining 4 seats from the last election (13 to 17), in addition to being the second-largest party (as opposed to third).

Obviously, I think we deserve winning all these seats, I just find it unfair to the other parties who are either affected by real-life events (Lib Dems) and affected by the lack of real-life name recognition (Libbers), losing out to what is mostly an empty party.
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(Original post by Connor27)
Would your party want to prop up a Marxist ideologue as PM or take part in a coalition headed up by our liberal-conservative, progressively minded leader; that is the simple question here.

Baron is a former Green and Liberal within the MHoC, his ideas are well known. JMR is a Marxist loon.

Lib Dems should choose wisely.
I believe the member of parliament is capable of using a more articulate set of lexemes to describe the leader of Labour rather than "Marxist loon".
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I believe the member of parliament is capable of using a more articulate set of lexemes to describe the leader of Labour rather than "Marxist loon".
Many other words could have been used, I shall leave them to the imagination of yourself and the other honourable, right honourable and learned members of this house.
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