When was the current Speaker elected?
What happened on the election day?
How long does the process usually take?
Was this the first time the Speaker has been elected?
What is different from the old system to elect a speaker?
Why was the system changed?
How many MPs are there in the House of Commons?
What are the sitting (meeting) hours of the House of Commons?
What is a general election?
When is the next general election?
Can I stand as a candidate in a general election?
Can I vote for a new Prime Minister?
What is the ‘wash-up’ period?
When does my current MP stop being an MP?
What if my MP is still helping me with a problem when an election is called?
Can I contact my MP after Parliament has been dissolved?
Can my MP stand for election to Parliament again?
How do I find out which MPs have decided not to stand for election again?
What is dissolution?
What happens to Select Committees when Parliament is dissolved?
Can I visit Parliament for a tour during the dissolution period?
What happens to the Government when Parliament is dissolved?
Does the Commons Speaker lose office when Parliament is dissolved?
How does dissolution affect the House of Lords?
Is there a general election for members of the House of Lords?
How do you become a Member of the House of Lords?
Can I vote in the general election?
Who can register to vote?
Which parliamentary constituency am I in?
Will my constituency be the same as it was for the last general election if I have not moved house?
How do I find out who the candidates are in my constituency?
How do I vote?
Where do I go to vote in person?
How do I vote by post?
How do I vote by proxy?
Can I vote if I live overseas?
How can I find out the election result in my constituency?
When was the last general election?
What is the Budget?