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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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 What is striking is despite all the blather from Cameron over the past few weeks, he has made up his mind strategically to set his face against any profound reform of the political system. I think this will prove to be the biggest strategic error he has ever made, because one thing you cannot do is set your face against change when the demand for that change is so powerful that it is coming from millions of people. 
— Nick Clegg on Guardian's decision to back Lib Dems / May 01, 2010
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 That is a sign of what's going on in many homes and families up and down the country, 
— Nick Clegg on Guardian's decision to back Lib Dems / May 01, 2010
 The question now is not 'do you want change', everyone wants change. It's 'what kind of change'. That's why this campaign is now boiling down to a simple choice, a two-horse race between the Liberal Democrats and the Conservative Party. Who do you trust to deliver the change and fairness that you want? 
— Nick Clegg saying this election is a two-horse race between his party and Tories / April 30, 2010
 In times of national difficulty, you have to persuade other parties that what you are doing is right. 
— David Cameron / April 30, 2010
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 I don't see why taking difficult political decisions and leading people people through to the good times ahead... has to be unpopular in the long-term even if it might be unpopular in the short-term. 
— David Cameron feels that the winning party will rule long-term / April 30, 2010

 If you do the right thing, and if you explain to people why you're doing it, then you take them with you, and indeed try and take other political parties with you at the same time. 
— David Cameron feels that the winning party will rule long-term / April 30, 2010
 I’m fighting to the last second of this election. You’ve got to understand I’m a fighter. I have had to fight for everything I’ve got. 
— Gordon Brown will fight till the last moment / April 30, 2010
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 It wasn’t a concession. It was a reminder that that was where the opinion polls were. 
— Gordon Brown will fight till the last moment / April 30, 2010
 I know that if things stay as they are, perhaps in eight days’ time David Cameron, perhaps supported by Nick Clegg, would be in office. 
— Gordon Brown feels that David Cameron might head to the Prime Minister's office this election / April 30, 2010
 Sometimes you say things in the heat of the moment, sometimes you pay a very heavy price for those things. Sometimes you say things you greatly regret. And I have paid a very high price for it. 
— Gordon Brown admitting that he paid a heavy price for his "bigot" comment / April 30, 2010

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