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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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 You cannot put off these decisions. You have to make them early – you cannot rustle up nuclear deterrent at the last minute. 
— Gordon Brown agreeing with Gordon Brown in the second election debate on the need to replace Trident / April 22, 2010
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 I have to deal with these situations every day and I say to you Nick: get real. Get real. Because Iran, you're saying, might be able to have a nuclear weapon and you wouldn't take action against them but you're saying that we've got to give up our Trident submarine and our nuclear weapons now. Now get real about the danger that we face if we have North Korea, Iran and other countries with nuclear weapons and we give up our own. 
— Gordon Brown to Nick Clegg in the second election debate / April 22, 2010
 It's clear from last week's debate that the country wants change but the question is: what sort of change and who is best placed to lead that change? If you vote Conservative you will get a new team and you won't be stuck with what you've got now, 
— David Cameron in the second election debate, saying that the nation needs a change in Governance / April 22, 2010
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 If it is all about style and PR, count me out. 
— Gordon Brown in the second election debate / April 22, 2010
 Don't let anyone tell you that this time it can't be different – it can. 
— Nick Clegg in the second election debate / April 22, 2010
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 I am hoping to win the election outright. I think that is absolutely do-able and deliverable. It is a challenge, it is a tight election, it is going to be very close. We are fighting for an overall majority, we think that would be best for Britain. We think a hung parliament would be damaging, the uncertainty would be bad for Britain. 
— David Cameron ruling out making a pact with the Liberal Democrats in case of a hung assembly / April 04, 2010
 That is what I am shooting for. 
— David Cameron saying an overall Conservative majority in the 2010 UK General Elections is possible / April 04, 2010
 I think the Conservatives wanted an election that was essentially a referendum on Labour. Then they thought they would get a referendum on the small issues. This is an election on the big issues. 
— Gordon Brown on the 2010 General Elections / January 03, 2010
 If you think the playing fields of Eton was anything other than a joke then I am afraid you take your politics too seriously. 
— Gordon Brown on the 2010 General Elections / January 03, 2010
 The Labour Party will fight every inch of the way. We've known what it is to lose and we've known what it is to win and we are determined to fight our way to win. And not for our interests but for the interests of the country. 
— Gordon Brown on the 2010 General Elections / January 03, 2010

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