Can the UK have a general election before we leave the EU on 29th March 2019?
The UK must have a general election again on Thursday 2nd June 2022.
The only way in which the UK can have a general election before then, is if either two-thirds of the MPs in the House of Commons vote for it (433 MPs, give or take a few Sinn Féin) or if the government loses two votes of confidence, a fortnight apart.
You can choose one of these for 2019, what's more important to you?
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— Ian B #NHSLove (@ijbrads66) January 2, 2019
Current state of the parties in the Commons: