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Welcome to the live coverage of the General Election results.
The final results of the General Election
Find the results for your constituency

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General Election week is here! This Thursday, make sure you get out and vote. Even if you spoil your ballot, it’s important that you have your say. You have a whole 15 hours to find your polling station and mark a cross for your next MP (and also your new local councillor). Remember to do it – this is expected to be the closest election in recent history, so every vote could make a difference.

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Last month, Redbrick was kindly given its own Vote for Policies link, allowing students to find out which party they support based on their policies.

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The Green Party retain their lead in this week’s Redbrick poll as their support equals that of last week on 35%. However, a reduction in the proportion of the support for the Conservative and Labour parties causes this to become an 11% lead.

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Candidates from five of the national political parties are to go to head-to-head in a series of debates, as the BBC, Sky News and The Guardian are given permission to hold events on campus.

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