The first General Election in the United Kingdom took place in 1802. It was the first to be held after the Union of Great Britain and Ireland in 1801.
- The Parliament of Great Britain held its last general election in 1796. The final election for the Parliament of Ireland was held in 1797.
- In 1801, the first House of Commons of the United Kingdom was composed of all 558 members of the former Parliament of Great Britain and 100 of the members of the House of Commons of Ireland.
- Trudy Harrison (born 19 April 1976) is a British Conservative Party politician. She has been the Member of Parliament (MP) for Copeland since winning the seat at the February 2017 by-election. It was the first time Copeland had elected a Conservative MP since 1931, and it was also the first time Copeland had elected a female MP. Harrison was then re-elected in the June 2017 General Election.
- Trudy Harrison, Conservative: 22,856
- Tony Lywood, Labour: 17,040
- John Studholme, Liberal Democrats: 1,888
- Jack Lenox, Green: 765
|Trudy Harrison, MP for Copeland|