From registration deadlines to polling day, this page provides all the important dates you need to ensure your participation is smooth and hassle-free. Whether you’re voting in person, by post, or by proxy, knowing these key dates will help you plan ahead and make your voice heard. Explore our detailed timeline and mark your calendar with these crucial dates to stay on top of the electoral process.

Friday 7th June

  • Constituent candidates to be announced.
  • Seven-party debate: Mishal Husain moderates a debate between leading figures from the seven biggest political parties in Great Britain. Broadcast 19:30-21:00 on BBC 1.

Tuesday 11th June

  • Scotland Election 2024 Leaders’ Special: Stephen Jardine will chair a debate featuring the leaders of the five Scottish parties and a live studio audience. BBC One Scotland 20:00-21:00.

Tuesday 18th June  

Wednesday 19th June

Thursday 20th June

  • Question Time Leaders’ Special: Fiona Bruce hosts a debate with leaders of the four biggest political parties in Great Britain. BBC One 20:00-22:00.

Friday 21st June

  • Wales Leaders’ Debate live: Bethan Rhys Roberts hosts a debate in Cardiff with the leaders of the main parties in Wales. BBC One Wales 1900.

 Wednesday 26th June

  • Deadline to apply for a proxy vote and for a Voter ID certificate, for those without any other a valid form of photo identification.
  • Sophie Raworth hosts the debate between Rishi Sunak and Sir Keir Starmer. This is the last TV debate of the election campaign. BBC One  21:00 – 22:00.

Thursday 27th June

  • Northern Ireland Leaders’ Debate: Tara Mills presides over a debate featuring the main party leaders in Northern Ireland. BBC One Northern Ireland.

Thursday 4th July

Tuesday 9th July

  • Swearing in of new MPs

Monday 17th July

  • State Opening of Parliament

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