|House of Commons|
|Category||House of the Parliament of the United Kingdom|
|Leader of the Opposition||Saracen's Fez|
|Political groups||HM Government|
Liberal Party (9)
Libertarian Party (9)
HM Most Loyal Opposition
Labour Party (17)
Other opposition parties
Conservative Party (12)
National Conservative Party (2)
|Length of term||6 months|
|Voting system||D'Hondt system of proportional representation|
|Last General Election||December 2017|
|Next General Election||June 2018|
|Model House of Commons|
The House of Commons is the official House of the Parliament of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. The House is an elected body consisting of 50 MPs. Since the creation of the MHoC in May 2005, hundreds of members have represented their party as MPs in the House.
The House of Commons is a democratically elected chamber with elections held at least every six months, unless the Prime Minister calls one early or there is a coalition breakup.
In the House, items are debated and discussed by all members, both MPs and non-MPs. These items include bills, motions, petitions, amendments, question times, referendums, statements of intent, departmental reviews, statements, motions of [no] confidence and MHoC Awards. All legislation must be passed by the House of Commons to become law.
The 26th Parliamentary Term began in June 2017 and the current composition of the House is as follows:
Government and Official Opposition
|TSR Official Opposition|
|Labour Party||Saracen's Fez|
|National Conservative Party||mr T 999|