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Featured Article: The Labour Party
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The Labour Party is a centre-left political party in the United Kingdom and was formed in 1900 during the Trade Union movement. Its leader is Jeremy Corbyn, who won two leadership elections in 2015 and 2016.

The Labour Party was created in 1900 during the Trade Union movement and its aim was to give working class people a voice.

After World War 1, the decline of Liberal Party saw the rise in the Labour Party and they were becoming the main opposition in the house. However, their first governments were... read more here.

Featured Definition: Hung Parliament

Under a parliamentary system of government, a hung parliament is a legislature in which no political party has an absolute majority of seats. In the case of the United Kingdom, if no party has over 325 seats, then there is a hung parliament.

In 2010, David Cameron's Conservative Party could not reach a majority and so there was a hung parliament with a coalition between the Conservatives and Nick Clegg's Liberal Democrats.

"We have a hung parliament this year."
"The Tories could not reach a majority so there will be a hung parliament."

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