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GOVERNMENT AND POLITICS UNIT 1 REVISION.
IMPORTANT FIGURES:
2010 GENERAL ELECTION:
Turnouts:
UK = 65.1%
England = 65.5%
Wales = 64.7%
Scotland = 63.8%
Northern Ireland = 57.6%

Political Party Results (2010):
Party Percentage Vote Percentage Seats No. Of Seats
Conservative Party 36.1% 47.1% 306
Labour Party 29.0% 39.7% 258…

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Liberal Democrats 7.93% (2 Seats) 5.20% (3 Seats) 3.88% (5 Seats)
The figures above show how more proportional votes are to seats in the Scottish Assembly
under AMS. However, in 2011- SNP gained a majority. This is quite unusual as under AMS, the
result of general elections should be coalition…

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Result: Yes.

Devolution of Wales and Scotland 1997: Should there be separate elected
assemblies for Wales and Scotland.
Result: Yes for both.

UK Joins EU 1975: Should the UK join the European Union.
Result: Yes.

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