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Why the UK can't easily call a general election to replace Liz Truss

Thanks to the 2011 Fixed-term Parliaments Act, general elections in the UK can only take place once every five years. By that standard, the next UK general election won’t be held until 2024.

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Why the UK can't easily call a general election to replace Liz Truss

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