England

 

C                     1,205,990 votes (43.7%)    197 MP’s elected

L                      1,519,376 votes (56.2%)    254 MP’s elected

 

Wales

 

C                     41,106 votes (41.2%)         4 MP’s elected

L                      59,403 votes (58.8%)         29 MP’s elected

 

Scotland

 

C                     74,145 votes (29.9%)         6 MP’s elected

L                      195,517 votes (70.1%)       52 MP’s elected

 

Ireland

 

C                     99,607 votes (39.8%)         23 MP’s elected

L                      56,252 votes (22.7%)         15 MP’s elected

HR                   95,535 votes (37.5%)         63 MP’s elected

 

Universities                                               

 

C                     5,503 votes (49.2%)            7 MP’s elected

L                      5,675 votes (50.8%)            2 MP’s elected

 

Total UK

 

C                     1,426,351 votes (42.0%)    237 MP’s elected

L                     1,836,223 votes (55.4%)    352 MP’s elected

HR                  95,535 votes (2.6%)            63 MP’s elected

 

C = Conservative Party

 

L = Liberal Party

 

HR = Home Rule Party

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