How Do Local Elections Work?


In the UK local elections, each district elects a single MP and the leader of the party with the most MPs-elect is automatically appointed Prime Minister by the Queen. If the party with the most seats has a majority of seats, the Prime Minister gets to run the country for the next five years.
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In the UK, local elections work by having voting blocs divided into areas within councils called wards. In each ward one or more representative is elected to the council which is normally based on the first past the post system. The eligibility criteria are mainly that voters must be over 18 years old at the time of elections and must be registered within the wards they are voting from.
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