United Kingdom general election, 2005 (Glasgow)

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United Kingdom general election, 2005
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All 7 Glaswegian seats to the House of Commons
  First party Second party Third party
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Leader Tony Blair Charles Kennedy Alex Salmond
Party Labour Liberal Democrat SNP
Leader since 21 July 1994 9 August 1999 2004
Last election 7 Seats 0 Seats 0 Seats
Seats before 6 0 0
Seats won 6 0 0
Seat change ±0 ±0 ±0
Popular vote 96,848 33,884 32,342
Percentage 44.27% 15.49% 14.78%

  Fourth party
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Leader Michael Howard
Party Conservative
Leader since 6 November 2003
Last election 0 Seats
Seats before 0
Seats won 0
Seat change ±0
Popular vote 16,217
Percentage 7.41%

Prime Minister before election

Tony Blair
Labour

Subsequent Prime Minister

Tony Blair
Labour

These are the collated results of the United Kingdom general election, 2005 in the city of Glasgow in Scotland.

For individual results see Results of the United Kingdom general election, 2005.

This summary does not include the Scottish National Party gain at the Glasgow East by-election, 2008

Overall result[edit]

Party MPs +/- Votes %
Labour 6 96,848 44.27
Liberal Democrats 33,884 15.49
Scottish National Party 32,342 14.78
Conservative Party 16,217 7.41
Speaker Michael Martin 1 15,153 6.93
Scottish Socialist Party 8,752 4.00
Green 6,532 2.99
Others 0 9,056 4.14

See also[edit]

For other collated results see:

References[edit]