General Election 2017
The UK general election took place on the 8 June 2017. Explore your constituency, find out what a hung parliament is, what happens next, and more below, or read an analysis of the election results:
What is a hung parliament?
When a general election results in no single political party winning an overall majority, it is known as a hung Parliament.
Explore your constituency
The United Kingdom is currently divided into 650 parliamentary constituencies, find out more about your constituency.
What is a general election?
A general election is an opportunity for people in every part of the UK to choose their MP. Find out how it works.
Browse general election teaching resources by key stage, subject or resource type.
History of general elections
Explore the history of elections in the UK and read analysis and statistics on election results and voter turnout.