England

 

C                     905,149 votes (46.2%)       280 MP’s elected

L                      1,035,438 votes (53.8%)    171 MP’s elected

 

Wales

 

C                     31,574 votes (39.1%)         14 MP’s elected

L                      57,768 votes (60.9%)         19 MP’s elected

 

Scotland

 

C                     63,197 votes (31.6%)         18 MP’s elected

L                      148,346 votes (68.4%)       40 MP’s elected

 

Ireland

 

C                     91,702 votes (40.8%)         31 MP’s elected

L                      39,778 votes (18.4%)         10 MP’s elected

HR                   90,234 votes (39.6%)         60 MP’s elected

Others             2,934 votes (1.2%)              0 MP elected

 

Universities                                               

 

C                                                                    7 MP’s elected

L                                                                     2 MP’s elected

 

Total UK

 

C                     1,091,622 votes (43.9%)    350 MP’s elected

L                     1,281,330 votes (52.7%)    242 MP’s elected

HR                  90,234 votes (3.3%)            60 MP’s elected

 

C = Conservative Party

L = Liberal Party

HR = Home Rule Party

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