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The practice of loose alliance and maintained interests of individuals were followed when initially there were no as such political parties in UK.There was a dominance of Whigs and the Tories which weren’t termed asfull-fledged political parties. Gradually the concept of Left wing and Right wing came into introduction which further led to the formation of Conservative Party and Liberal Party. Since then the Liberals …
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The pattern of the United Kingdom functions within the framework of a Constitutional Monarchy, where the Monarch is declared as the Head of the State. It is also a Unitary Democracy which helds Prime Minister as the Head of the Government. Below listed are few most famous Political Leaders of The United Kingdom. Margaret Thatcher: – Being a leader from the Conservative Party, Margaret has …
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The –term Parliaments Act 2011 provides for General Elections to be held on the first Thursday in May, every five years.  At present one can witness the ongoing political mess in the UK, as the country went to the polls in May 2015and again for the snap election in June 20117. A General Election is the chance for the people in the UK to select …
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The House of Commons, devolved assemblies and mayors in the UK are elected using various voting systems. The Commons and the House of Lords also adapt various voting systems when it comes to casting a vote in internal elections. Voting Systems are also termed as Electoral Systems, through which the election of Representatives takes place.These representatives belong to House of Commons, Scottish Parliament, and National …
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In this world almost everything carries certain norms and regulations so naturally election is not exceptional it too follows rules and regulations that sharply make out the difference between the countries mode of election. President versus prime minister In America people vote for the president and their state representatives separately, while in Britain the vote is all wrapped up in one. When Britain go to …
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