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The House of Commons is the democratically elected body of United Kingdom Parliament. It is this body that elects the Prime Minister, who wields the executive power of the UK government. Use for questions specific to this body. Use with the [united-kingdom] tag.

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Yes. It is a flaw in the British system (I am British). On the other hand, most British voters are effectively disenfranchised, because their vote will never make a difference to the result: they li …
answered Oct 22 '19 by Martin Bonner supports Monica
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If the Remain Alliance campaigns against Sinn Féin they risk taking enough votes away from Sinn Féin to let a (pro-Brexit) DUP candidate win the seat. It's much better to have an abstentionist Sinn F …
answered Nov 12 '19 by Martin Bonner supports Monica