Northumbrian general election, July 2021

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Northumbrian general election, July 2021
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← March 2021 30/11/20
Party Leader % Seats ±
National Democratic Party Rilgar Ompastre 21 +5
Socialist Party Martin Aquinas 12 +1
Christian Democrats Harry Jones 3 -2
Tees Party 3 -1
Liberal-Green Alliance 1 -3
Alston Left 1 1 0
This lists parties that won seats. See the complete results below.
Prime Minister before Prime Minister
Rilgar Ompastre
National Democratic Party
Rilgar Ompastre
National Democratic Party

The July 2021 Northumbrian general election was held on the 30th of July 2021, and was the third election in Northumbria's history. All fourty-one members of the Northumbrian Parliament were elected, alongside all members of Northumbria's various county councils. The election was triggered by a vote of no confidence launched by Harry Jones and the Christian Democrats (who previously served with the National Democratic Party in government), in response to the Half Moon conspiracy scandal. The NDP managed to increase their seat share in Parliament by five, allowing them to form a majority government without the support of the Christian Democrats.

Full results

Flipped constituencies

Constituency Party before election Party after election
Barnard Castle Christian Democrats NDP
Consett Christian Democrats NDP
Redcar Tees Party NDP
Hartlepool Socialist Party NDP
Jesmond LGA NDP
Tynemouth LGA Socialist Party
City of Durham LGA Socialist Party