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Following the dissolution of Parliament on Monday 30 March 2015 there are no Members of Parliament. Every seat in the Commons will be vacant until after the general election on 7 May 2015.
Following the dissolution of Parliament on 30 March 2015, there are no MPs. The Find Your MP service will be unavailable until after the general election on 7 May 2015.
You can contact the House of Commons Information Office via email HCinfo@parliament.uk or by telephone on 020 7219 4272 for assistance.
The general election will take place on Thursday 7 May 2015. To vote in the election you must be on the electoral register. You can register online or by post.
The deadline to register to vote in the election is Monday 20 April 2015.
The UK is currently divided into 650 areas called parliamentary constituencies, each of which is represented by one MP in the House of Commons.
The general election will take place on Thursday 7 May 2015. Read the timetable for what is expected to happen, from the end of the current Parliament through to polling day and beyond.
Parliament and government are two separate institutions that work closely together.
The Government does not resign when Parliament is dissolved. Government ministers remain in charge of their departments until after the result of the election is known and a new administration is formed.
Find out more about ministers and how government works on the Government’s website.
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