1943 United Kingdom general election (Blood and Soil)

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1943 United Kingdom general election

← 1935 13 December 1943 1948 →

All 640 seats in the House of Commons
321 seats needed for a majority
Turnout 72.8%, Increase1.7%

  First party Second party
 
Leader Clement Attlee Anthony Eden
Party Labour Conservative
Leader since 25 October 1935 21 October 1943
Leader's seat Limehouse Warwick and Leamington
Last election 154 seats, 38.0% 386 seats, 47.8%
Seats won 435 104
Seat change Increase281 Decrease282
Popular vote 11,967,746 8,716,211
Percentage 51.7% 30.2%
Swing Increase9.7% Decrease15.6%

  Third party Fourth party
 
Leader Archibald Sinclair Ernest Brown
Party Liberal National Liberal
Leader since 26 November 1935 1940
Leader's seat Caithness and Sutherland Leith (defeated)
Last election 21 seats, 6.7% 33 seats, 3.7%
Seats won 57 21
Seat change Increase36 Decrease12
Popular vote 2,177,938 686,652
Percentage 11.0% 2.9%
Swing Increase4.3% Decrease0.8%

Prime Minister before election

Anthony Eden
Conservative

Prime Minister after
election

Clement Attlee
Labour