It’s a tossup which House seats are up for grabs next year.
The 2018 election is shaping up to be one of the most competitive in U.K. history.
The Conservatives, led by Prime Minister Theresa May, have the advantage in seats in London’s suburbs, and the Labour Party is fighting to hold on to the south-west.
The House of Commons will hold its first vote since June 10, 2018.
But as of Tuesday, only a handful of seats have changed hands since May won a majority of seats in the general election.
There are three seats in Britain’s parliament held by parties that don’t necessarily align with the party that has the majority in Parliament.
All three are held by the Conservatives, the biggest party in Britain, which won seats in Westminster.
May’s Conservative Party holds all three.
With May in power, she is also able to appoint her own ministers and appoint the prime minister, with the exception of the Northern Ireland Assembly.
“Theresa May has been in power for seven years, and she’s given us a very clear mandate for change,” Conservative Party leader and Brexit secretary Michael Gove said Tuesday.
“We can only get this country back on track by getting back control of our borders, by getting our economy right, by tackling the serious threats we face in the world.”
In Britain, the Conservatives have had to hold onto at least 10 seats to remain in Parliament, including London, which is seen as the party of Brexit and anti-immigration sentiment.
Conservative Party members hold their seats in a London borough that they’ve controlled for the last decade.
The party is not expected to be able to hold the seats that are up in 2018.
The Conservatives have held a minority in the House of Lords since 2015.
May’s party is expected to hold at least four seats.
Theresa is also expected to win a majority in the lower house of the British Parliament, with May’s Conservatives expected to control a total of 36 seats.