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Political party research

Political party research

By ILAI MATE

The Conservative Party is a British political party. Throughout its long history, the Conservative Party has often been the party in power, controlling the British government and passing laws. Members of the party are known as Conservatives or Tories.

Labour has only been in government for four short periods of the 20th century. However its achievements have revolutionised the lives of the British people. The values Labour stands for today are those which have guided it throughout its existence.

Labour

Every one knows the Liberal Democrats couldn't deliver our policy on tuition fees. The truth is both Labour and the Conservatives supported higher fees, and as we did not win the General Election, we were unable to carry out our promise without backing from either of the two other parties. Although that's no excuse, we are proud that we made sure the system was as fair as possible.

The SNP won their first parliamentary seat in 1945 when Dr Robert McIntyre was returned at a by-election for Motherwell. However the SNP had no great electoral success until the 1960s. In November 1967 Winnie Ewing captured Hamilton from Labour and the SNP had a high profile in the 1968 local elections. By 1974 the SNP had eleven seats in Parliament and polled over 30 per cent of the vote in Scotland

The Green Party of England and Wales promotes the policies of ecological sustainability, a fairer more stable economy and a more equal society. We believe in a higher standard of democracy and the accountability of politicians to the communities they serve. We believe in social justice on a global level as well as in our own country.

Conservatives

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Lib dems

Snp-Scottish National

Green party

Labour has only been in government for four short periods of the 20th century. However its achievements have revolutionised the lives of the British people. The values Labour stands for today are those which have guided it throughout its existence.


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