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The British PM (Prime Minister) is the head of the government of the United Kingdom. The Prime Minister directs legislature and executive orders and together with the Cabinet is accountable for their actions to the Parliament, Queen, electorate, and their own political party. The popular number 10 Downing Street is the seat and HQ of the government of the UK and the official residence of the First Lord of the Treasury.

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Jeremy Corbyn66660067   66660067   50500051505000516666006750500051505000516666006750500051
Michael Gove                                 
Boris Johnson1/33-33001.031/33-33001.031/40-40001.031/25-25001.041/100-100001.011/100-100001.011/40-40001.031/100-100001.011/100-100001.011/50-50001.021/100-100001.01
Jeremy Hunt1616001712120013121200131414001516160017161600171212001316160017161600171616001716160017
Dominic Raab                                 
Sajid Javid                                 

theresa may

Theresa May, current Prime Minister

Traditionally, a new Prime Minister must announce that they’ve “kissed hands” with the reigning monarch. The PM outranks all dignitaries except for the members of the Royal Family and the Lord Chancellor. The Prime Minister’s salary is £142,500 excluding the salary as a member of the parliament.

The PM is elected at general elections which are held every 5 years. A vote of no confidence may trigger a snap election. The current Prime Minister of the United Kingdom is Theresa May, who succeeded David Cameron after he resigned from his post in 2016.

The next general elections in the UK are scheduled for 2022. Voters will choose a new PM to lead the country and decide how many parliamentary seats the parties get.

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Conservative1-10021-100210/11-1101.911-10021-100221/201052.056/51202.2021/201052.05   21/201052.05   21/201052.051-100221/201052.05
Labour6/41502.507/41752.756/41502.508/51602.6013/8162.52.637/51402.4011/8137.52.387/51402.408/51602.607/51402.40   7/51402.407/41752.757/51402.40
Any Other Party                  80800081                     
Liberal Democrats141400151212001399001014140015141400151616001716160017161600171414001516160017   161600171212001316160017
Green Party50050000501250250002511501500015125025000251250250002515005000050150050000501500500005012502500025150050000501   500500005012502500025150050000501
UKIP10001000001001   1501500015150050000501750750007515005000050125025000251500500005015005000050150050000501   50050000501   50050000501

The Parliament of the UK of Great Britain and Northern Ireland is the main legislative body of the United Kingdom. It has ultimate power over all other legislative bodies and consists of 3 parts – the House of Lords, House of Commons, and the Sovereign.

There are a total of 1,431 seats in the Parliament – 650 of them are MPs (Members), while 781 are meant for Lords Spiritual and Temporal. The Conservative Party has the most seats in the Parliament right now, but that could all change soon depending the Brexit deal.

The main power of the Parliament is vested in the House of Commons. The House of Lords can only delay legislation. As of 2016, the UK Parliament has a fixed term of five years. The MPs are chosen at general elections just like the Prime Minister. The Parliament is well-known for its sometimes day-long debates, which can be viewed in a special YouTube channel.

The next general elections are scheduled for 2022. As there’s still no clear information about the Brexit deal, snap elections might move the elections up earlier. It remains to be seen if the Conservatives continue their dominance or if Brits are finally set for a change.

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US Presidential Election 2020 Winner Odds

The US Presidential Election is probably the biggest political event in the world. The US President is a figure with immense power. The President of the United States of America has strong political influence in the world, having a say in matters that are not US-related.

Us Presidential Election 2020 Winner Odds

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Donald Trump1-100211/101102.101-10021-10021-1002   1-10024/5-1251.809/51802.801-1002   1-1002
Kamala Harris55006550069/24505.505500655006   550064400511/25506.50550065500655006
Beto ORourke8080008110010000101505000515050005166660067   404000414040004115/27508.50404000415050005110010000101
Joe Biden99001077008880091010001111110012   9/24505.5010100011121200139/24505.501010001177008
Elizabeth Warren8800988009990010990010990010   29/47258.25880091212001399001099001088009
Bernie Sanders2020002120200021121200131414001520200021   111100121414001516160017111100121414001520200021
Amy Klobuchar6666006710010000101100100001011501500015166660067   666600674040004127270028666600671501500015110010000101
Mike Pence6666006710010000101100100001011001000010180800081   808000814040004125250026808000811001000010110010000101
Michael Bloomberg20020000201   150150001511501500015120020000201   1001000010166660067282800291001000010115015000151   
Tulsi Gabbard6666006766660067404000415050005166660067   505000514040004120200021505000515050005166660067
Sherrod Brown      100100001011501500015120020000201         33330034   15015000151   
Kirsten Gillibrand1501500015120020000201150150001511001000010115015000151   150150001515050005133330034150150001511001000010120020000201
Nikki Haley1001000010110010000101100100001011001000010120020000201   100100001011001000010150500051100100001011001000010110010000101
Michelle Obama1251250012610010000101100100001011501500015110010000101   125125001266666006750500051125125001261501500015110010000101

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Donald Trump, Us President

The US presidential election is held every four years. The candidates run along a vice president from the same political party. In case no candidate wins at least 270 electoral votes, the US House of Representatives will choose the new president, while the US Senate names the VP.

The presidential election campaign is usually run during the first 6 months of the year of the elections. The last presidential election in the USA was held in 2016 when business magnate Donald Trump was elected President from the Republican Party. The next US presidential election is scheduled for 2020, with the winner expected to be inaugurated on January 20, 2021.

The list of Trump opponents is expected to be much bigger in 2020. The controversial American president will face stern opposition from Democrat candidates, even though his policies and views still provide him with a strong base of supporters.

Winning Party of US Presidential Election 2020

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Democrats4/5-1251.808/11-137.51.734/5-1251.804/5-1251.804/5-1251.805/6-1201.8317/20-117.6470588241.854/5-1251.80
Republicans1-10021-10021-10021-10021-10021-100219/20-105.2631578951.951-1002
Independent1001000010125250026252500265050005166660067404000412525002610010000101

The US Presidential Elections scheduled for 2020 will be interesting for a number of reasons. We’ll finally be able to see if Trump’s controversial policies still have supporters or if American voters are ready to move on. The opinions on Trump have been highly divided, with many pushing for the Democrats to get back in the seat.

The Republicans have had great leaders in the past, including figures such as Theodore Roosevelt, Dwight Eisenhower, Richard Nixon, Ronald Reagan, and George W. Bush. The Democrats have their own share of political superstars as well. The list includes Franklin D. Roosevelt, Harry Truman, John F. Kenney, and more recently, Barack Obama.

Traditionally, US elections are always fought between the Republicans and Democrats. The Democratic Party is the world’s oldest political party and has a much more liberal stance compared to the Republicans. Trump’s win in 2016 spelled the end of Barack Obama’s and the Democratic Party’s long reign, putting the Republicans in the driving seat once again. It will be quite interesting to see which party comes out on top in 2020, with the Democrats widely expected to win the elections.

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