Government & Opposition

Dissolution of Parliament

The dissolution of Parliament took place on Monday 30 March 2015. All business in the House of Commons has come to an end and there are no Members of Parliament (MPs). Every seat in the Commons is vacant until after the general election on 7 May 2015.

Her Majesty's Government

A list of the Cabinet, Government Ministers and Government Departments

Her Majesty's Official Opposition

A list of the Shadow Cabinet and Shadow Ministers

Democratic Unionist Party Spokespersons

A list of the Democratic Unionist Party frontbench team

Scottish National Party Spokespersons

A list of the Democratic Unionist Party frontbench team

Social and Democratic Labour Party Spokespersons

A list of the parliamentary frontbench team

Plaid Cymru Spokespersons

A list of the parliamentary frontbench team

Find Your MP

Government websites

GOV.UK is the website for the UK government. On the site you can find information and services for citizens and businesses, detailed guidance for professionals and information on government and policy.

10 Downing Street is the office of the British Prime Minister. The office helps the Prime Minister to establish and deliver the government's overall strategy and policy priorities, and to communicate the government's policies to Parliament, the public and international audiences.

Parliament and women

News, events and research from the UK Parliament on women’s rights and representation – yesterday and today