There's a General Election due on 1 May 1997. There are now a number of sites dealing with it including:
The three main UK parties now all have web sites. You can see:
The main Nationalist parties in Scotland and Wales also have sites:
The Northern Ireland parties in particular seem to have taken to the Internet, with sites from:
Many of the other political parties, not represented in Parliament, also have web sites, including:
There is a complete list of all Members of the House of Commons.
The UK Central Office of Information Home Page has non-political government information and from December 1996 Number 10 Downing Street, the office and home of the British Prime Minister also has a site offering political and other information. Even The Royal Family are now on line.
The UK Houses of Parliament's Public WWW Service, which has online access to Hansard House of Commons Reports and House of Lords Reports.
This site in Holland maintained by the Partij van de Arbeid (the Dutch Labour Party) has links to many other sources of political information, and for links to other parties try:
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