The electoral landscape of Britain
On Thursday 6th May 2021 English councils will hold local elections. This includes many which were initially set to take place in 2020 but which were postponed due to the Coronavirus pandemic.
Elections for directly elected regional mayors will be held in May 2021. These mayors will lead combined authorities set up by groups of local councils with additional powers and funding.
In five London Mayor elections to date, two have been won by Boris Johnson (Conservative), two by Ken Livingstone (Independent/ Labour), and one by Sadiq Khan(Labour).
On Thursday 6th May 2021 Wales will hold its election for the Welsh Senedd.
The 2021 Hartlepool by-election is a by-election to be held in the UK parliamentary constituency of Hartlepool following the resignation of the sitting Member of Parliament (MP), Mike Hill.
A general election is to be held on December 12 to elect 650 MPs to the UK House of Commons
Elections to the European Parliament are due to be held on 23rd May 2019, due to the delay in Britain's departure from the European Union.
In May 2019, there are elections in councils across England.
In May 2018, there are elections for all 32 London boroughs, 35 metropolitan boroughs, 74 district/boroughs, and 20 unitary authorities. The seats were last contested in 2014.
A general election was held in June 8th to elect 650 MPs to the UK House of Commons
In May, all 33 English County and Unitary Councils are up for election.
Six elections for directly elected regional mayors will be held in May 2017. These newly established positions will lead combined authorities set up by groups of local councils with additional powers and funding.
Of the 21 Welsh Councils with elections in May, the Labour Party hold 10 councils, Independents 2, and 9 have No Overall Control.
Of the 32 Scottish Councils with elections in May, the Labour Party hold 4 councils, SNP 2, Independents 3, and 23 have No Overall Control.