Snap Election Bingo
Use this Snap Election bingo card to tick off when you hear these common phrases throughout the build up to the general election!
With the announcement of the snap election, we are likely to be hearing many speeches from the political party leaders. We've created an online bingo card of phrases that we've noticed are appearing time and time again by the different party candidates. Have fun ticking off these political phrases we are likely to hear in the build up to the general election.
When is the snap election 2017?
Theresa May has called for a snap general election to be held on 8th June 2017.
Why are we having a snap election?
The Prime Minister has decided to call a snap general election because Britain needs ‘certainty, stability and strong leadership' during Brexit. Theresa May also stated that the opposition parties were jeopardising her government's preparations for Brexit.
Who can I vote for in the snap general election?
Alliance Party of Northern Ireland - Naomi Long
Conservatives – Theresa May
Democratic Unionist Party - Arlene Foster
Green Party – Caroline Lucas
Labour – Jeremy Corbyn
Liberal Democrats – Tim Farron
Plaid Cymru Party - Leanne Wood
Scottish National Party – Nicola Sturgeon
Sinn Féin Party – Gerry Adams
Social Democratic & Labour Party - Colum Eastwood
United Kingdom Independence Party - Paul Nuttall
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