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Following dissolution there are no MPs until after the general election on 7 May 2015
Learn about their experience, knowledge and interests
A year-long programme of events, projects and resources
As the 2015 general election approaches find out how MPs are elected to Parliament
Find out how to register to vote and take part in the UK general election on 7 May 2015
Book tours of Parliament on Saturdays throughout the year
Dine inside the exclusive Members' Dining Room restaurant
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There were more women in the 2010-2015 Parliament than ever before. Over one in five of all MPs and members of the House of Lords were women.
Here you can find all the latest news, research and resources from the UK Parliament on women's political rights and representation - yesterday and today.
Learn more about the women working at Parliament and some of the special roles that they held in the 2010-15 Parliament.
Find out more about the history of the campaign for women’s votes and women's representation in the House of Commons and House of Lords
What is being done to encourage men and women to play a more equal part in UK politics and government?
Find out more information about events for women taking place in Parliament and around the UK
An overview with statistics on the increasing number of women in Parliament, brief profiles of selected women MPs and key pieces of legislation that have been pioneered by women.
Parliament is dissolved from 30 March 2015. The next Parliament is not expected to meet until 18 May 2015.