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The 2010 United Kingdom General Election was held on May 6, 2010. One MP will be election from each of the 650 constituencies to the House of Commons. The Parliament was dissolved on April 12, 2010.
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I thought David Miliband would win it. But now someone’s thrown a spanner in the works and it’s Ed and you don’t know what you’re going to get.
— Michael Caine on the 2010 UK elections / October 02, 2010
It's now, I believe, decision time, decision time for the Liberal Democrats and I hope they will make the right decision to give this country the strong, stable government that it badly needs and badly needs quickly.
— David Cameron saying it's crunch time for the Liberal Democrats to decide whom they want to support to form the new Government / May 11, 2010
It is vital that all parties… act in the national interest and not out of narrow party political advantage
— Nick Clegg / May 07, 2010
That should never, ever happen again in a democracy,
— Nick Clegg on the hundreds of people who had been unable to vote in his constituency in this election / May 07, 2010
The constitutional conventions are very clear. The rules are that if it’s a hung parliament, it’s not the party with the largest number of seats that has first go - it’s the sitting government.
— Lord Mandelson / May 07, 2010
I stick to that view. It seems this morning that it is the Conservative Party which has more votes and more seats - although not an absolute majority - which is why I now think that it is the Conservative Party which should seek to govern in the national interest.
— Nick Clegg sticks to the view that the party which won more seats should form the Government / May 07, 2010
People say New Labour is finished. New Labour is renewed tonight – we will fight on.
— Ed Balls / May 07, 2010
My duty to the country coming out of this election is to play my part in Britain having a strong, stable and principled government able to lead Britain into sustained economic recovery and able to implement our commitments to far-reaching reform upon which there is a growing consensus in our country.
— Gordon Brown / May 07, 2010