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Labour

Labour Party
Centre-left
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The Labour Party is one of the major political parties in the United Kingdom, founded in 1900. It emerged from the labor movement and has a historical association with representing the interests of workers.
Labour emphasizes social justice, equality of opportunity, and addressing social inequalities. They advocate for the British National Health Service (NHS) and education for all.
In the last election, the party reached 32.2% of the votes. In the current election trend, Labour is at 44.9%. This is a difference of +12.7 compared to the last election result. The party is represented in the current parliament with 203 Seats.

Seats in parliaments

United Kingdom

203 / 650 Seats
Election Results Seats
Parliamentary election in United Kingdom 2019 32.2% 203 / 650 Seats
Parliamentary election in United Kingdom 2017 40.0% 262 / 650 Seats

Explanation of the Overview

The overview shows the number of seats of Labour in all state parliaments. The first number indicates the number of seats of Labour in the state parliament of each federal state. The second number serves as a reference and represents the total number of representatives in the state parliament.

By clicking, you can expand the results of the federal states and see the election history of all parliament elections. Each row represents an election result of Labour in the respective year. The second row indicates the result achieved by Labour in percentage points of the second votes. In the last column, the number of seats achieved by Labour is displayed in comparison with the total number of representatives in the state parliament. By clicking on the election, the entire election result of all parties can be viewed.

FAQ

Where does Labour currently stand?

In the current election trend Labour reaches 44.9% of the vote today. Compared to the last election, this is a difference of +12.7 percentage points.

In the election trend of the federal states Labour currently reaches .

What are the political positions of Labour?

Labour emphasizes social justice, equality of opportunity, and addressing social inequalities. They advocate for the British National Health Service (NHS) and education for all.

Is Labour left-wing or right-wing?

Labour is a center-left party.

In how many federal states is Labour involved in the government?

Labour is currently not involved in any government.

What does Lab stand for?

Lab is the abbreviation for Labour Party.