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On the 4th of July will hold its first general election since 2019. All 650 seats in the House of Commons are up for grabs, and Prime Minister Rishi Sunak’s Conservatives, who have been in power for 14 years, have little chance of retaining their parliamentary majority. Opinion polls have consistently shown the opposition Labour Party in the lead. Sunak’s Decision The decision to call a general election in May, months earlier than required by law, was probably taken to capitalise on positive economic data that the Conservatives hope will reverse their weak position and prevent an expected Labour takeover, which they need to keep Labour below 326 seats.

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