The United Kingdom (UK) is a country in Europe.
Members of the United Kingdom's House of Commons are elected by First Past the Post. The House of Lords is unelected.
The UK's Members of the European Parliament (MEPs) are elected by a closed list system in Great Britain and by Single Transferable Vote in Northern Ireland.
See also the main article for Scotland.
See also the main article on Wales.
The Welsh assembly has limited powers to decide on policy for Wales.
See also the main article on Northern Ireland.
Members of the Northern Ireland Assembly are elected by Single Transferable Vote. The Assembly is currently suspended. STV is also used for local council elections.
English Mayoral ElectionsEdit
Mayors are directly elected in each of the following Towns and cities.
- Greater London
- North Tyneside
The method of Supplementary Vote is used for these Mayoral elections.
- About my Vote (Electoral Commission site)
- Local election results (2002 - 2004)
- Campaign for an English Parliament
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