Friday, 4 November 2016

Prime Ministers Questions 2nd November 2016

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  1. The UK is often described as having a 'two party system'.There is evidence to support this.The growth of a credible 3rd party and minority parties such as SNP and UKIP and the FPTP system are important factors.It is argued that Britain has a genuine multi-party system,because the share of the vote and number of seats won by two main parties has fallen.Furthermore, voters do not identify themselves with a single party, but form opinions about a range of parties.The rise of the Liberal Democrats has been a deciding factor in the U.K. being considered as 'multi party'.