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How to become uk prime minister
How to become uk prime minister
How to become uk prime minister
How to become uk prime minister
How to become uk prime minister
How to become uk prime minister
How to become uk prime minister
How to become uk prime minister
How to become uk prime minister
How to become uk prime minister
How to become uk prime minister
How to become uk prime minister
How to become uk prime minister
How to become uk prime minister
How to become uk prime minister
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  • 1. How to become UK Prime Minister?
  • 2. House of Commons 646 democratically elected members. (MP) (Members of Parliament) Each one represents a small area of the UK called “Constituency”. “ Constituency” means districto electoral or circuncripción.
  • 3. I want to know more about constituencies. Each constituency choose a Member of Parliament (Diputado) Each Member of Parliament has many hours per week to deal with (atender) voters living in that Constituency. This moment is called Surgery.
  • 4. House of Lords They are not ellected. They are appointed by gobernants.
  • 5. Who can be an UK Prime Minister? The leader of the political party with the most M.P. becomes UK Prime Minister.
  • 6. What is “Majority”? When a party has more M.P. than all the other parties put together, it has got Majority. Example: Members of Parliament Labour party Conservative party Liberal Democrats party Labour Party has won by a Majority.
  • 7. Political parties:
  • 8. Political position: centre left. Social democracy Democratic socialism Progressivism Ed Miliband is the leader of the Labour party. Red is the official colour.
  • 9. The leader is David Cameron. British Unionism Conservatism Political position: centre right. Blue is the official colour.
  • 10. Political position: centre to centre left. Liberalism. Nick Clegg is the leader. Yellow is the official colour.
  • 11. Last U.K. Prime Ministers Margaret Thatcher was the only woman who has served as UK Prime Minister. She served from 1975 to 1990. She is joined to the Conservative party. She was called “ Iron lady”
  • 12. Last U.K. Prime Ministers John Major had a consensual political style, not as Thatcher’s manners. He served as Prime Minister from 1990 to 1997. He is joined to the Conservative party.
  • 13. Last U.K. Prime Ministers Tony Blair has been the youngest Prime Minister since 1812. He was 43 years old when he served as Prime Minister from 1997 to 2007 . He won three consecutive general elections. He is joined to the Labour party.
  • 14. Last U.K. Prime Ministers Gordon Brown He served as Prime Minister from 2007 to 2010 . Before being a Member of Parliament he worked as a tv journalist. He is joined to the Labour party.
  • 15. Last U.K. Prime Ministers David Cameron He is serving as Prime Minister since may 2010. He is 6 months younger than Tony Blair so he is the youngest Prime Minister. He is joined to the Conservative party.
  • 16. Nowadays, there is a coallition goberment in the Parliament. When a poltical party hasn’t got enough Members of Parliament, has to enter into a coallition agreement with other parties. There are needed 326 seats to win elections, so conservatives added Liberal democrat party’s seat to win to Labour Party and to have the “majority”.

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