State of the parties

The dissolution of Parliament took place on 30th May 2024. There are currently no MPs – all seats in the House of Commons are vacant until after the general election on 4th July 2024. Find information on former members who were MPs at the time Parliament dissolved.

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Nearly all MPs are members of political parties. The list below details the composition of the House of Commons, which is made up for a total of 650 seats, based on the number of MPs in each party. If an MP is not a member of a political party, they are known as an 'Independent'.

This was the state of the parties on 5 November 2019. The composition of the House may be different today.

List view

Conservative
298
MPs
Men
238
Women
60
Labour
243
MPs
Men
128
Women
115
Scottish National Party
35
MPs
Men
23
Women
12
Independent
23
MPs
Men
18
Women
5
Liberal Democrat
21
MPs
Men
11
Women
10
Democratic Unionist Party
10
MPs
Men
9
Women
1
Sinn Féin
7
MPs
Men
4
Women
3
The Independent Group for Change
5
MPs
Men
2
Women
3
Plaid Cymru
4
MPs
Men
3
Women
1
Green Party
1
MP
Women
1
Speaker
1
MP
Men
1
Vacant
650
MPs

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