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GREATER LONDON RESULTS

Party Vote

  1. Labour - 35.5% (-19% from last election) Rolled an 11.
  2. Liberal Democrats - 22.1% (+13.3% from last election) Rolled a 6.
  3. Conservatives - 21.5% (-11.6% from last election) Rolled a 9. 
  4. Brexit - 10.1% (+10.1% from last election) Rolled an 11.
  5. Greens - 9.5% (+7.7% from last election) Rolled a 19.
  6. UKIP - 1.3% (+-0% from last election) Rolled a 12. 

SEAT TOTAL IN AREA (73 TOTAL)

  1. Labour - 35 Seats (-14 from last election)
  2. Conservatives - 16 Seats (-5 from last election)
  3. Liberal Democrats - 14 Seats (+11 from last election)
  4. Brexit - 6 Seats (+6 from last election)
  5. Greens - 2 Seats (+2 from last election)
  6. UKIP - 0 Seats 

SEAT TOTAL THROUGHOUT COUNTRY THUS FAR

  1. Conservatives - 76 Seats
  2. Labour - 58 Seats 
  3. Liberal Democrats - 50 Seats
  4. Brexit - 25 Seats
  5. Greens - 3 Seats
  6. UKIP - 0 Seats

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EAST OF ENGLAND RESULTS

Party Vote

  1. Conservatives - 35.6% (-19% from last election) Rolled a 3.
  2. Labour - 27.3% (-6.4% from last election) Rolled a 4.
  3. Brexit - 21.4% (+21.4% from last election) Rolled a 14.
  4. Liberal Democrats - 10.1% (+2.1% from last election) Rolled a 9.
  5. Greens - 4.5% (+2.6% from last election) Rolled a 17.
  6. UKIP - 1.1% (-1.4% from last election) Rolled a 5.

SEAT TOTAL IN AREA (58 Total)

  1. Conservatives - 36 Seats (-14 from last election)
  2. Labour - 9 Seats (+2 from last election)
  3. Brexit - 8 Seats (+8 from last election)
  4. Liberal Democrats - 5 Seats (+4 from last election)
  5. Greens - 0 Seats
  6. UKIP - 0 Seats

SEAT TOTAL THROUGHOUT COUNTRY THUS FAR

  1. Conservatives - 112 Seats
  2. Labour - 67 Seats
  3. Liberal Democrats - 55 Seats
  4. Brexit - 33 Seats
  5. Greens - 3 Seats
  6. UKIP - 0 Seats

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YORKSHIRE AND THE HUMBER RESULTS

Party Vote

  1. Labour - 36.9% (-12.1% from last election) Rolled an 18.
  2. Conservatives - 24.5% (-16% from last election) Rolled a 7.
  3. Brexit - 19.2% (+19.2% from last election) Rolled a 19.
  4. Liberal Democrats - 12.2% (+7.2% from last election) Rolled a 7.
  5. Greens - 5.7% (+4.4% from last election) Rolled a 19.
  6. UKIP - 1.5% (-1.1% from last election) Rolled a 12.

SEAT TOTAL IN AREA (54 Total)

  1. Labour - 28 Seats (-9 from last election)
  2. Conservatives - 13 Seats (-4 from last election)
  3. Brexit - 8 Seats (+8 from last election)
  4. Liberal Democrats - 5 Seats (+5 from last election)
  5. Greens - 0 Seats
  6. UKIP - 0 Seats

SEAT TOTAL THROUGHOUT THE COUNTRY SO FAR

  1. Conservatives - 125 Seats
  2. Labour - 95 Seats
  3. Liberal Democrats - 60 Seats
  4. Brexit - 41 Seats
  5. Greens - 3 Seats
  6. UKIP- 0 Seats

OOC: My eyes are tired so I'm taking a break here for now. Still to come: North West England, North East England, East Midlands, West Midlands, Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland! 

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NORTH EAST ENGLAND RESULTS

Party Vote

  1. Labour - 35.8% (-19.6% from last election) Rolled a 5.
  2. Conservatives - 25.1% (-9.3% from last election) Rolled a 7.
  3. Liberal Democrats - 23.2% (+18.6% from last election) Rolled a 19.
  4. Brexit - 11.8% (+11.8% from last election) Rolled a 3.
  5. UKIP - 4.4% (+.5% from last election) Rolled a 14.
  6. Greens - 0.8% (-0.5% from last election) Rolled a 1.

SEAT TOTAL IN AREA (29 Total)

  1. Labour - 15 Seats (-11 from last election)
  2. Liberal Democrats - 7 Seats (+7 from last election)
  3. Conservatives - 5 Seats (+2 from last election)
  4. Brexit - 2 Seats (+2 from last election)
  5. UKIP - 0 Seats
  6. Greens - 0 Seats

SEAT TOTAL THROUGHOUT COUNTRY SO FAR

  1. Conservatives - 130 Seats
  2. Labour - 110 Seats
  3. Liberal Democrats - 67 Seats
  4. Brexit - 43 Seats
  5. Greens - 3 Seats
  6. UKIP - 0 Seats

OOC: I'm pressing forward! Onward! :D

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NORTH WEST ENGLAND RESULTS

Party Vote

  1. Labour - 36.5% (-18.4% from last election) Rolled a 15.
  2. Conservatives - 22.6% (-13.6% from last election) Rolled a 5.
  3. Liberal Democrats - 16.2% (+10.8% from last election) Rolled a 19.
  4. Brexit - 14.3% (+14.3% from last election) Rolled a 7.
  5. Greens - 9.1% (+8% from last election) Rolled a 16.
  6. UKIP - 1.3% (-.6% from last election) Rolled a 10.

SEAT TOTAL IN AREA (75 Total)

  1. Labour - 40 Seats (-14 seats from last election)
  2. Conservatives - 18 Seats (-2 from last election)
  3. Liberal Democrats - 10 Seats (+9 from last election)
  4. Brexit - 6 Seats (+6 from last election)
  5. Greens - 1 Seat (+1 from last election)
  6. UKIP - 0 Seats 

SEAT TOTAL THROUGHOUT COUNTRY SO FAR

  1. Labour - 150 Seats
  2. Conservatives - 148 Seats
  3. Liberal Democrats - 77 Seats
  4. Brexit - 49 Seats
  5. Greens - 4 Seats
  6. UKIP - 0 Seats

OOC: Labour has snatched the lead midway through the night! Tremendous momentum for the Liberal Democrats on the last few days of campaigning has led to increased seats throughout the country. Are we heading for a Liberal kingmaker? 

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EAST MIDLANDS RESULTS

Party Vote

  1. Conservatives - 36.1% (-14.6% from last election) Rolled a 9.
  2. Labour - 27.2% (-13.3% from last election) Rolled an 8.
  3. Liberal Democrats - 14% (+10.7% from last election) Rolled a 6.
  4. Brexit - 12.8% (+12.8% from last election) Rolled a 3.
  5. Greens - 8.7% (+7.2% from last election) Rolled an 8.
  6. UKIP - 1.2% (-1.2% from last election) Rolled a 7. 

SEAT TOTAL IN AREA (46 Total)

  1. Conservatives - 25 Seats (-6 seats from last election)
  2. Labour - 14 Seats (-1 seat from last election)
  3. Liberal Democrats - 5 Seats (+5 from last election)
  4. Brexit - 2 Seats (+2 from last election)
  5. Greens - 0 Seats
  6. UKIP - 0 Seats

SEAT TOTAL THROUGHOUT COUNTRY SO FAR

  1. Conservatives - 173 Seats
  2. Labour - 164 Seats
  3. Liberal Democrats - 82 Seats
  4. Brexit - 51 Seats
  5. Greens - 4 Seats
  6. UKIP - 0 Seats

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WEST MIDLANDS RESULTS

Party Vote

  1. Conservatives - 29.2% (-19.8% from last election) Rolled a 2.
  2. Labour - 29.1% (-13.4% from last election) Rolled a 20.
  3. Liberal Democrats - 18% (+13.6% from last election) Rolled a 10.
  4. Brexit - 17.7% (+17.7% from last election) Rolled a 14.
  5. Greens - 4.2% (+2.5% from last election) Rolled a 9.
  6. UKIP - 1.8% (+-0% from last election) Rolled a 19.

SEAT TOTAL IN AREA (59 Total)

  1. Conservatives - 23 Seats (-12 from last election)
  2. Labour - 22 Seats (-3 from last election)
  3. Liberal Democrats - 9 Seats (+9 from last election)
  4. Brexit - 6 Seats (+6 from last election)
  5. Greens - 0 Seats
  6. UKIP - 0 Seats

SEAT TOTAL THROUGHOUT COUNTRY SO FAR

  1. Conservatives - 196 Seats
  2. Labour - 186 Seats
  3. Liberal Democrats - 91 Seats
  4. Brexit - 57 Seats
  5. Greens - 4 Seats
  6. UKIP - 0 Seats

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SCOTLAND RESULTS

Party Vote

  1. SNP - 24.5% (-12.4% from last election) Rolled a 16.
  2. Labour - 24.3% (-2.8% from last election) Rolled an 18.
  3. Liberal Democrats - 19.4% (+13.6% from last election) Rolled an 8.
  4. Conservatives - 19.3% (-9.3% from last election) Rolled a 15.
  5. Brexit - 11.4% (+11.2% from last election) Rolled a 14.
  6. Greens - 1% (+.8% from last election) Rolled a 5.
  7. UKIP - .1% (-.1% from last election) Rolled a 7.

SEAT TOTAL IN AREA (59 Total) 

  1. SNP - 21 Seats (-14 from last election)
  2. Labour - 21 Seats (+14 from last election)
  3. Liberal Democrats - 8 Seats (+4 from last election)
  4. Conservatives - 7 Seats (-6 from last election)
  5. Brexit - 2 Seats (+2 from last election)
  6. Greens - 0 Seats
  7. UKIP - 0 Seats

SEAT TOTAL THROUGHOUT COUNTRY SO FAR

  1. Labour - 207 Seats
  2. Conservatives - 193 Seats
  3. Liberal Democrats - 99 Seats
  4. Brexit - 59 Seats
  5. SNP - 21 Seats
  6. Greens - 4 Seats
  7. UKIP - 0 Seats

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WALES RESULTS

Party Vote

  1. Labour - 32.3% (-16.6% from last election) Rolled a 16. 
  2. Conservatives - 21.5% (-12.1% from last election) Rolled a 13.
  3. Liberal Democrats - 16.1% (+11.6% from last election) Rolled a 17.
  4. Plaid Cymru - 14.4% (+4% from last election) Rolled a 9.
  5. Brexit - 14.3% (+14.3% from last election) Rolled a 14.
  6. Greens - 2.2% (+1.9% from last election) Rolled a 10. 
  7. UKIP - 2% (+-0 from last election) Rolled a 20.

SEAT TOTAL IN AREA

  1. Labour - 19 Seats (-9 from last election)
  2. Conservatives - 8 Seats (+-0 from last election)
  3. Plaid Cymru - 5 Seats (+1 from last election)
  4. Liberal Democrats - 5 Seats (+4 from last election)
  5. Brexit - 4 Seats (+4 from last election)
  6. Greens - 0 Seats
  7. UKIP - 0 Seats

SEAT TOTAL THROUGHOUT COUNTRY SO FAR

  1. Labour - 226 Seats
  2. Conservatives - 201 Seats
  3. Liberal Democrats - 104 Seats
  4. Brexit - 63 Seats
  5. SNP - 21 Seats
  6. Plaid Cymru - 5 Seats
  7. Greens - 4 Seats
  8. UKIP - 0 Seats

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NORTHERN IRELAND RESULTS

Party Vote

  1. DUP - 27.8% (-8.2% from last election) Rolled a 12.
  2. Sinn Fein - 27.5% (-1.9% from last election) Rolled a 17.
  3. SDLP - 15.2% (+3.5% from last election) Rolled a 14.
  4. Alliance (Lib Dem affiliate) - 13.3% (+5.4% from last election) Rolled a 6.
  5. UUP - 13% (+2.7% from last election) Rolled a 15.
  6. Brexit - 2.7% (+2.7% from last election) Rolled a 7.
  7. Green - 0.3% (-.6% from last election) Rolled a 1.
  8. Conservative - 0.2% (-.3% from last election) Rolled a 4. (Stood down in most areas)

SEAT TOTAL IN AREA

  1. DUP - 7 Seats (-3 from last election)
  2. Sinn Fein - 7 Seats (+-0 from last election) - will not take seats
  3. SDLP - 2 Seats (+2 from last election)
  4. Alliance - 1 Seat (+1 from last election)
  5. UUP - 1 Seat (+1 from last election) 
  6. Brexit - 0 Seats
  7. Greens - 0 Seats
  8. Conservatives - 0 Seats 

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UNITED KINGDOM OF GREAT BRITAIN AND NORTHERN IRELAND FINAL RESULTS

  1. Labour - 226 Seats
  2. Conservatives - 201 Seats
  3. Liberal Democrats - 104 (105) Seats
  4. Brexit - 63 Seats
  5. SNP - 21 Seats
  6. DUP - 7 Seats
  7. Sinn Fein - 7 Seats (does not take them)
  8. Plaid Cymru - 5 Seats
  9. Green - 4 Seats
  10. SDLP - 2 Seats
  11. Alliance - (1) Seat
  12. UUP - 1 Seat

Government Probabilities

Labour/Liberal Democrat Majority - 66%

Conservative/Liberal Democrat Minority - 25%

Labour/SNP(Plaid)/Green Minority - 5%

Conservative/Brexit Minority - 4%

Labour/Brexit Minority - 1% 

As the leader of the biggest party, Jeremy Corbyn is offered the chance to open government talks @WVProgressive with any party of their choosing. If they should fail to command a majority, @Conservative Elector 2 Philip Hammond will have a chance as leader of the second largest party to do the same. @SirLagsalott The Liberal Democrats will likely be kingmaker, unless @LegolasRedbard Nigel Farage can persuade Labour to make an unholy alliance. Any deals will be made from person to person, not through me unless you need a party like the SNP, DUP, Plaid, Greens, or any other small party. Post in chat to make coalition offers. Parties can be as stubborn as they please. 

@WVProgressive, you're up. 318 Seats commands a majority, with Sinn Fein refusing to take their seats. Minority deals are allowed as well. 

 

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On 7/25/2019 at 1:01 PM, Hestia11 said:

UNITED KINGDOM OF GREAT BRITAIN AND NORTHERN IRELAND FINAL RESULTS

  1. Labour - 226 Seats
  2. Conservatives - 201 Seats
  3. Liberal Democrats - 104 (105) Seats
  4. Brexit - 63 Seats
  5. SNP - 21 Seats
  6. DUP - 7 Seats
  7. Sinn Fein - 7 Seats (does not take them)
  8. Plaid Cymru - 5 Seats
  9. Green - 4 Seats
  10. SDLP - 2 Seats
  11. Alliance - (1) Seat
  12. UUP - 1 Seat

Government Probabilities

Labour/Liberal Democrat Majority - 66%

Conservative/Liberal Democrat Minority - 25%

Labour/SNP(Plaid)/Green Minority - 5%

Conservative/Brexit Minority - 4%

Labour/Brexit Minority - 1% 

As the leader of the biggest party, Jeremy Corbyn is offered the chance to open government talks @WVProgressive with any party of their choosing. If they should fail to command a majority, @Conservative Elector 2 Philip Hammond will have a chance as leader of the second largest party to do the same. @SirLagsalott The Liberal Democrats will likely be kingmaker, unless @LegolasRedbard Nigel Farage can persuade Labour to make an unholy alliance. Any deals will be made from person to person, not through me unless you need a party like the SNP, DUP, Plaid, Greens, or any other small party. Post in chat to make coalition offers. Parties can be as stubborn as they please. 

@WVProgressive, you're up. 318 Seats commands a majority, with Sinn Fein refusing to take their seats. Minority deals are allowed as well. 

 

In exchange for Proportional Representation, Abolition of the Lords, a people's vote on the final Brexit deal, in which Labour promises to campaign for remaining in the EU, as well as the appointment of Jo Swinson to Foreign Secretary Layla Morgan to Home Secretary, an SDLP MP to Secretary of State for Northern Ireland, and an SNP MP to Secretary of State for Scotland @SirLagsalott's LibDems have agree to a coalition, with Labour.

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Philip Hammond thanks everyone who has voted for the Conservative Party and wishes the new coalition well. He also adds that he and his party will be a strong opposition voice representing all the people who have voted for the Tories.

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Jo Swinson and Layla Moran give a speech in London thanking the voters for bringing the Liberal Democrats a historic showing, and hopes that the electoral reforms instituted by the new coalition government will usher in a new era of democracy and hope for the people of the UK. 

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Nigel Farage thanks all who voted for the Brexit Party, but admits they fell short of their expectations. He promises that the Brexit Party will join the incoming government in voting for proportional representation and the abolition of the Lords. However, he urges Labour Brexiteers to vote against the proposal for a second referendum and prevent this gross violation of democracy, but says that the Brexit Party will fight, and win, a second referendum should it occur.

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4 minutes ago, Hestia11 said:

Thank you all @LegolasRedbard @Conservative Elector 2 @WVProgressive @SirLagsalott for participating and going on this journey with me :D It was a lot of fun for me, and I hope you enjoyed it as well. 

It was an awesome RP and I would gladly participate in something like that again. Of course if we all have the time for it. And I have to thank you for setting this up. :) 

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44 minutes ago, Hestia11 said:

Thank you all @LegolasRedbard @Conservative Elector 2 @WVProgressive @SirLagsalott for participating and going on this journey with me :D It was a lot of fun for me, and I hope you enjoyed it as well. 

 

38 minutes ago, Conservative Elector 2 said:

It was an awesome RP and I would gladly participate in something like that again. Of course if we all have the time for it. And I have to thank you for setting this up. :) 

If you do it again, would I be allowed to play Adam Sutler of the Norsefire Party, or that be going too far? :P

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1 minute ago, Patine said:

 

If you do it again, would I be allowed to play Adam Sutler of the Norsefire Party, or that be going too far? :P

I had no idea, I had to google that.

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15 minutes ago, Patine said:

 

If you do it again, would I be allowed to play Adam Sutler of the Norsefire Party, or that be going too far? :P

Maybe the Monster Raving Loony Party 😛 

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1 minute ago, Hestia11 said:

Maybe the Monster Raving Loony Party 😛 

Except that Sutler would be dead serious, and have a consistent platform. :P

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