The United Kingdom general election of 2044 was held on 5 March 2044 to elect the 63rd Parliament of the United Kingdom. Voting took place in all 600 parliamentary constituencies of the United Kingdom, each electing one Member of Parliament to the House of Commons, the dominant house of Parliament. Local elections took place in most of England on the same day, excluding Greater London.
An early election was called two years earlier than scheduled due to the difficulty of the Liberal's minority government, with all MPs in Labour, the British Workers, Choice and the other parties along with a fair share of Liberals voting in favour of an early election. The election saw a drop in Liberal support although still managing to retain its place as largest party. The British Workers rose to second place, mostly due to a well thought out campaign and a newfound growth in conservatism. Labour were pushed into third place due to the lack of popularity of their new leader, Choice were boosted in seat numbers mostly due to the massive popularity of party leader Jordan Kahn although were unable to jump into the top three. This election saw a complete disaster for the Eco Party, losing all their seats and the vast majority of their support.
The Liberals reached a coalition agreement with Labour, with Reynolds continuing as Prime Minister and Labour leader Chris Barns assuming the role of deputy Prime Minister.
|Party||Leader||Vote %||Seats (change)|
|Liberals||Andrew Reynolds||24.8%||189 (-14)|
|British Workers||Neil Barker||22.8%||167 (+13)|
|Labour Party||Chris Barns||20.4%||159 (-32)|
|Choice||Jordan Kahn||19.9%||76 (+31)|
|Other Parties||N/A||12.1%||9 (N/A)|
|Liberals||Labour Party||British Workers||Choice||O|