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Nearly all MPs are members of political parties. The list below details the current composition of the House of Commons, based on the number of MPs in each party. If an MP is not a member of a political party, they are known as an 'Independent'.
* The Conservative Party has formed a minority government and has signed a “confidence and supply” agreement with the Democratic Unionist Party.
Composition of the House of Commons at the end of the 2015-17 Parliament
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