England

 

C                     291,319 votes (41%)          212 MP’s elected

L                      406,613 votes (59%)          252 MP’s elected

 

Wales

 

C                     1,600 votes ( 26%)              14 MP’s elected

L                      4,565 votes (74%)               18 MP’s elected

 

Scotland

 

C                     4,305 votes (14.6%)            11 MP’s elected

L                      43,480 votes (85.4%)         42 MP’s elected

 

Ireland

 

C                     41,497 votes (44.4%)         45 MP’s elected

L                      51,532 votes (55.6%)         58 MP’s elected

 

Universities                                               

 

C                     7,395 votes (76.5%)            6 MP’s elected

L                      2,266 votes ( 23.5%)           0 MP’s elected

 

Total UK

 

C                     346,116 votes (39.8%)        288 MP’s elected

L                     508,456 votes (60.2%)        370 MP’s elected

 

C =Conservative Party

 

L = Liberal Party

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