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Who would've won the General Election if Brentford, QPR and Fulham were constituencies in Parliament?

One Twitter user has had a look at who would've won the General Election had it only been the 92 Football League clubs voting

The General Election has come and gone, leaving behind a trail of political uncertainty, but things would've been simpler if the results were based on the 92 Football League clubs.

Twitter user @EdKnock has created a list showing how the House of Commons would've looked if every team was considered and constituency instead of the usual 650 that make up the House.

Interestingly, Labour would've won with a clear majority of 29 seats, picking up 63 of the possible 92 that would've been available.

The Conservatives would've won 28, while the Liberal Democrats would've only got the one seat.

According to the list, both Brentford and QPR would've been Labour seats, while Fulham would've been won by the Tories - AFC Wimbledon would've been the only Lib Dem seat.

The constituency for the clubs was determined by where the stadium was located.

We also had a bit of fun with the election and created a Fulham Cabinet that Slavisa Jokanovic probably would've picked had he been elected Prime Minister .

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