The BBC has been asking for your election questions. The question below comes from Higgins in Southampton:
I thought Lib Dems and Greens had an agreement not to contest same seat, so why are there candidates for both standing in Southampton Itchen?
The Liberal Democrats, Greens and Plaid Cymru have indeed made an election pact, but it does not cover all seats. The Greens agreed to stand down their candidates in 40 Lib Dem target seats across the country, which includes like Winchester.
In return, the Lib Dems will not stand in nine seats the Greens hope to secure, such as the Isle of Wight and Brighton Pavillion, which is currently the Greens' only seat.
Obviously, Plaid Cymru only stand in Wales, so the Greens and Lib Dems have stood aside in seven seats in the principality.
Southampton Itchen is not included in the pact, hence why the Lib Dems and Greens are both standing. The Brexit party vowed to not stand in any Tory-held seats, which is why they are not standing either, but UKIP are fielding a candidate. Labour have not entered into any pacts with other parties either.
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