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The system of political parties has existed in the UK since at least the 18th century. It evolved from the historical division of Whigs and Tories in the Stuart period. For the past 150 years, Britain has had a mainly two-party system, in which two parties dominate although there may be other parties.

Since 1945, either the Conservative Party or the Labour Party has held power. The Liberal Democrats, the third biggest party in the UK, were formed when the Liberal Party merged with the Social Democratic Party in 1988. In 2010 the Liberal Democrats joined the party which stood as their polar opposite in order the hold political power. By joining the Communities United Party you are voting for change and an improvement in the quality of life for all.

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