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YearConservative male candidatesConservative female candidatesC males electedC females ElectedLabour male candidatesLabour female candidatesLab males electedLab femalesElectedLiberal male candiatesLiberal female candidatesL males electedL females elected
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1945545141961562413722128620111
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195059029292657542301144304581
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19515922531565764128411981160
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195559133335105774326314961460
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1959597283531258536245132001660
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1964606242931159533299183412490
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1966608212467592303451929120120
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1970602263151559629278103092360
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1974 Feb590332889583402881347740140
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1974 Oct592302707573503011857049130
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1979591313318571522581152552110
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19835934038413555781991024676170
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198758746359175419220821528105202
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1992582633162049613823437489143182
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19975816715213485154317101517122415
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2001549941521449114931895507132475
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200551211818117461166257984841425210
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20104781532574944019117781497134507
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Sources (Michael Hill - http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/poqu.2013.84.issue-1/issuetoc):
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Dods' Parliamentary Companion 1998–2002; Lovenduski et al. (1994), 626; The Family Policy Studies Centre 1997; The Fawcett Society 2002; S. Childs, J. Lovenduski & R. Campbell (2005); Ashe et al. (2010).
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