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12 mai 2010 3 12 /05 /mai /2010 15:26

That's  it !!


Gordon Brown, former Prime Minister, (from 2007 to 2010) resigned yesterday evening (May 11th)


David Cameron, leader of the Conservative party (Tory party) has  become the new Prime Minister after 5 long days of intense suspens ! !!

In fact, theTory party had to make an alliance with the third party " the Liberal Democrats" and their leader Nick Clegg in order to get the majority in Parliament.

David Cameron says the UK's first coalition in decades marks a "historic and seismic shift" in British politics. 

David Cameron, aged 43, is the youngest UK Prime Minister since Jenkinson (1812), he is only 6 months younger than Tony Blair (when he became PM 1997)

http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/politics/election_2010/8661964.stm


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Queen Elizabeth II greeting David Cameron at Buckingham Palace to invite him to be the next Prime Minister of theUK

 

Just fo fun.... : http://anglais.over-blog.org/article-elections-chameleons-o-50302335.html

 

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Among David Cameron's cabinet, remember...


Deputy Prime Minister : Nick Clegg (Lib Dem)

Health Secretary : Andrew Lansley (Tory)

Education Secretary : Michael Gove, a former Times journalist and Tories' housing spokesman (Tory)

  http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/politics/election_2010/8679134.stm

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« UK 'wakes up to hung Parliament” BBCnews (7th May 2010)

http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/politics/election_2010/8666128.stm

 

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/b/b1/David_Cameron_-_World_Economic_Forum_Annual_Meeting_Davos_2010.jpg/399px-David_Cameron_-_World_Economic_Forum_Annual_Meeting_Davos_2010.jpg

 

  David Cameron, the conservative leader is elected member of parliament, he is expected to become the next Prime Minister. But, to get the control of the British Parliament - and therefore the right to form the Government - requires that a party wins a majority of seats in the House of Commons in a General Election. To get an outright majority, the Tory party needs 326 seats whereas it only has 306.

        

David Cameron's biography : http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/politics/election_2010/8661964.stm

 

 

Consequences Will there be a coalition ? Will Gordon Brown, the present time Prime Minister, try an anti-tory alliance with the Liberal Democrats and nationalists (especially the Celtic fringe)? The power is in the hands of minority parties.

      This is known as a hung parliament.

 

 

Political parties in the UK : http://bubl.ac.uk/UK/bublukpolitical.htm

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