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English State election, 2003 (Fascist Coup Britain)

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The 2003 English State Election was held on the 8th May 2003 and was held alongside the Welsh State Election, 2003 and the Scottish State Election, 2003. The election was also held alongside the snap 2003 general election

1998 United Kingdom 2008
English State Election, 2003
All 300 seats to the English Parliament
May 8, 2003 (2003-05-08)
First party Second party Third party
Leader Alan Beith Margaret Beckett Kenneth Clarke
Party [[Social Liberal|Template:Social Liberal/meta/shortname]] [[Leftist Alliance|Template:Leftist Alliance/meta/shortname]] [[Conservative Party|Template:Conservative Party/meta/shortname]]
Leader since 16th July 1988 5th December 1989 15th July 1989
Leader's seat North East England East Midlands East Midlands
Last election 91 69 122
Seats won 118 71 67
Seat change +27 +2 -55
Fourth party
Leader Darren Johnson
Party [[Green Party|Template:Green Party/meta/shortname]]


Leader since 5th April 2002
Leader's seat London
Last election Na
Seats won 44
Seat change +44

Previous First Minister
Alan Beith
[[Social Liberal|Template:Social Liberal/meta/shortname]]

First Minister-elect
Alan Beith
[[Social Liberal|Template:Social Liberal/meta/shortname]]

Results

The Social Liberals regained the position as the largest party in the Parliament which they had lost to the Conservatives in 1998. The election marked the end of the Liberal-Leftist coalition which had formed the government since 1990, instead the Social Liberals formed a coalition with the Greens.

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