The 2016 British senatorial election resulted in a major routing by the newly formed Labour Party which lost almost a third of its seats in the Senate falling behind the Social Liberals into third place.

2015  2017
British Republic senatorial election, 2016
80 of 320 seats in the British Senate
5 May 2016
First party Second party Third party
Leader Theresa May Jo Swinson Hilary Benn
Party [[Democratic Coalition|Template:Democratic Coalition/meta/shortname]] [[Social Liberal Party|Template:Social Liberal Party/meta/shortname]] [[Labour Party|Template:Labour Party/meta/shortname]]
Leader since 17 April 2013 15 July 2015 28 September 2015
Leader's seat (Member of Legislative Assembly) (Member of Legislative Assembly) (Member of Legislative Assembly)
Last election 183 52 64
Seats before 183
At stake: 30
At stake: 21
At stake: 22
Seats after 189 56 38
Seat change +3 +4 -18
Fourth party Fifth party Sixth party
Leader Arthur Scargill Jenny Jones Liz Kendall
Party [[New Left|Template:New Left/meta/shortname]] [[Green Party|Template:Green Party/meta/shortname]] [[Social Democratic Party|Template:Social Democratic Party/meta/shortname]]
Leader since 23 June 2011 22 May 2015 (interim) 18 March 2013
Leader's seat (Member of Legislative Assembly) London (Member of Legislative Assembly)
Last election 10
At stake: 3
At stake: 2
5 (As part of Leftist Alliance)
At stake: 2
Seats after 14 8 11
Seat change +4 +1 +6

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