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The system in the UK has been described as an "elective dictatorship" (see seperate article). With the suspension of parliament by an unelected prime minister it has been suggested that these actions reflect those taken by dictators.
A statement to the effect that the unprecedented suspension of parliament to ensure a political objective of the prime minister is a step towards a full dictatorship seems to be correct and appropriate. It is supported by links to other wikipedia articles and a BBC news story. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 188.8.131.52 (talk) 16:28, 30 August 2019 (UTC)
presidentialization of British politics
Found some references:
President Of United Kingdom
President Of United Kingdom
Does this phrase need further clarification?
Although the phrase 'which the Conservative Party won an outright majority of 330 seats in the House of Commons, while their coalition partners lost all but eight seats.' is correct could this be misconstrued by readers not familiar with this phrase into thinking that the Conservative party had a majority of seats over and above all other parties combined?