Haven't you registered yet? It's free and you get a bunch of advantages:
The 1929 UK general election was held on 30 May 1929, and resulted in a hung parliament. It was the first of only three elections under universal suffrage in which a party lost the popular vote but gained a plurality of seats. In 1929 that party was Ramsay MacDonald's Labour, which won the most seats in the Commons for the first time ever but failed to get a majority. More information...
We are adding some soon!
No trackbacks found yet
Register now, and make your vote count more!Votes of unregistered users count only half as much compared to registered users.