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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 have personally paid this heavy price for a mistake that I made, 
— Gordon Brown admitting that he paid a heavy price for his "bigot" comment / April 30, 2010
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 Let's just save time and assume that every time you talk about our policy you get it wrong. 
— Nick Clegg to David Cameron during the third and final television debate / April 30, 2010
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 This election is far from over, we are now entering the most energetic and most important stage of this campaign which is getting to every part of the country and convincing people if you want change to happen... then it's the Conservatives that can deliver that. 
— David Cameron said on the campaign trail in Derby / April 30, 2010
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 The time for debates has finished and the time for decision has begun... We will continue to fight for the future of this country until the very last second of this election campaign. 
— Gordon Brown / April 30, 2010
 I don't think he has failed at all, 
— Tony Blair doesn't think Gordon Brown has failed as his successor / April 30, 2010
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 Once you get into the final days, I think people will really focus their minds on who has the best answers for the future, who has got the energy, the drive, to take the country forward, who has got the answers to the questions the future is posing. 
— Tony Blair believes Labour party has a good chance of winning the 2010 General Election / April 30, 2010
 So this is our contract with you. I want you to read it and – if we win the election – use it to hold us to account. If we don't deliver our side of the bargain, vote us out in five years' time. 
— David Cameron on the "contract between the Conservative party and you" / April 30, 2010
 We've been there already for eight or nine years. That's already a long time. We can't be there for another eight or nine years. It's got to be in the next parliament that these troops really start coming home – as soon as possible, but based on success, not on an artificial timetable. 
— David Cameron aims to withdraw British troops from Afghanistan in substantial numbers in the next parliament / April 30, 2010
 I think, once people get back to the question of what does the future really hold for me, is it more of what we have here or is it not, then I think that Labour's got a far better chance." 
— Tony Blair feels Labour party has a good chance of winning the UK General Elections / April 30, 2010
 I don't believe that will happen. I believe Labour has every chance of succeeding. 
— Tony Blair when asked if Labour party will come third in the 2010 UK General Elections / April 30, 2010

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