List Of UK Minor Party And Independent MPs Elected
This is a list of members of the United Kingdom House of Commons who were elected as an independent or as a member of a minor political party.
Excluded are the Speaker, who traditionally stands for re-election without party affiliation, and MPs who were elected from a major party but then defected during a parliamentary term.
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