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Liberty Party
Leader James Harrison MP
Deputy Leader Andrew Collins MP
Chairman Jake Wyss MP
Founded 22 November 2009
Headquarters Birmingham, England
Membership
(2018)
11px-Increase2.svg 1,021,405
Ideology British Unionism
Conservatism
Gender equality
Liberalism
Nationalism
Socialism
Political position Centrism
Colours Blue / Black
House of Commons
525 / 650
House of Lords
409 / 793
European Parliament
10 / 73
Scottish Parliament
81 / 129
Welsh Assembly
40 / 60
NI Assembly
85 / 90
London Assembly
17 / 25
Local Government
17,114 / 20,565
Police and Crime Commissioners
41 / 41
Directly-elected mayors
17 / 17
Devolved administrations in government
3 / 3

The Liberty Party, is a political party in the United Kingdom. It is currently the governing party, having won a majority of seats in the House of Commons after the 2015 general election. The party's leader James Harrison is currently serving as Prime Minister.

Founded in 2009 by three former Labour MPs the party won two out of the four seats they ran for in the 2010 UK General Election. In 2015 thanks to many votes choosing to vote against the major parties Liberty won over 500 seats the largest majority in UK Parliamentary history, before adding a further 13 in the 2017 snap general election. They are the most popular party in the UK and only to have over 1 million members.

Electoral PerformanceEdit

UK wide electionsEdit

UK general electionsEdit

Parliament of the United Kingdom
Election Leader Votes Seats Position Government
#  % # ±  %
2010 James Harrison 174,368 0.6%
2 / 650
2 0.2% 9th Conservative–Liberal Democrats
2015 James Harrison 26,748,832 57.6%
511 / 650
11px-Increase2.svg 509 78.6% 11px-Increase2.svg 1st Liberty
2017 James Harrison 28,442,101 60.1%
524 / 650
11px-Increase2.svg 13 80.6% 11px-Steady2.svg 1st Liberty

European Parliament electionsEdit

Year Leader Share of votes Seats Change Position
2014 James Harrison 19.6
10 / 78
4th

Devolved assembly electionsEdit

Scottish Parliament electionsEdit

Year Leader Share of votes Seats Change Position
2011 Kirstene Hair 27.8%
41 / 129
n/a 2nd
2016 Kirstene Hair 66.5%
81 / 129
11px-Increase2.svg 40 11px-Increase2.svg 1st

Welsh Assembly electionsEdit

Year Leader Share of votes Seats Change Position
2011 Stephen Doughty 27.8%
22 / 60
n/a 2nd
2016 Stephen Doughty 61.4%
40 / 60
11px-Increase2.svg 18 11px-Increase2.svg 1st

Northern Ireland devolved electionsEdit

Year Leader Share of votes Seats Change Position
2016 Elisha McCallion 71.4%
64 / 90
n/a 1st
2017 Elisha McCallion 85.5%
85 / 90
11px-Increase2.svg 21 11px-Steady2.svg 1st