London (AFP) According to polls, parliamentary elections in the UK are expected to end a state of emergency in British democracy - the so-called "hung parliament". This parliamentary hanging was the result of the last general election in June 2017. At that time, the Tories under Theresa May did not get enough seats to govern on their own. Since British majority voting is designed to produce clear relationships, this situation is extremely rare.
Great Britain: The hung parliament is the exception in Great Britain
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