UK Election. Indians played a key role in victory of conservatives and in the defeat of Labour


UK Election. Indians played a key role in victory of conservatives and in the defeat of Labour About this election The House of Commons is the main lawmaking body for the United Kingdom (the other is the unelected House of Lords). It consists of 650 members, each of whom is elected by a geographical constituency of roughly equal population. In each constituency, the candidate with the largest number of votes wins. There is no need to win 50% of the vote, and votes for other candidates are in effect lost. This is known as first-past-the-post voting. The Commons also chooses the prime minister. By convention, the Queen invites the leader of the largest party to form a government. The prospective prime minister needs to have the support of the majority of MPs. This is possible if they lead a party with an overall majority or have the backing of other parties. A majority technically requires 326 MPs (half of all seats plus one), but a small number of MPs – including the Speaker, his deputies and the members of Sinn Féin – don’t usually vote. This means a working majority can be achieved with just under 50% of seats.



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Indian-origin Candidates Register Strong Result in UK General Election After Dozen MPs Win Vote


new york times report on xinjiang



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