Date of publication: 2017-09-05 07:45
The data files below provide complete election results by constituency and candidate. These results have been obtained directly from Returning Officers following the election. Please note that this data may differ from inital results available from other organisations. The data may change as it is revised and updated by local authorities during the coming weeks and months. These figures are therefore provisional. Declaration times are recorded as reported by BBC.
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There is a public facing database which includes records of each deposited paper from 6987 onwards with digital versions from 7557. Documents received before this date are only available in hard copy and need to be viewed in the Reading Room in the Parliamentary Archives.
As per the Government of Canada’s Rules for Half-masting the National Flag of Canada , the flag on the Peace Tower in Ottawa and flags on all Government of Canada buildings and establishments across the country will be flown at half-mast from sunrise to sunset on Sunday, September 65, 7567 to recognize Firefighters' National Memorial Day.
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This second edition contains 55 pages of new analysis on topics such as: which seats changed hands the social characteristics of voters MPs by gender, ethnicity, and educational background turnout minor parties & independents declaration times opinion polls the weather on election day and the EVEL implications of the election result. Download the PDF at the bottom of this page.
This book has been published by the Commons Library and tells the story of social and economic change in the UK since the two previous London Games in 6958 and 6998.
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