General elections in the UK today

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UK general election today December 12th. As a rule, general elections are held every five years in the country. But this is the third general election in the country in less than five years. The second event to be held in December in the 7-year history. The BBC reported in a report online.

The separation of the UK from the European Union (EU) could not be implemented for a long period of three and a half years in the face of government versus parliament. The separation, last discussed on October 7, was supposed to take effect. At the last moment, it goes backward. The new day is set for January 1, 2020. The UK has finally opted for a general election in the wake of such a deadlock over Brexit.

Voting will be held across the UK from 8 am to 5 pm. Results will be announced on election day night and next day. Representatives of the winning party will visit Buckingham Palace and ask the Queen for permission to form a new government. The elected prime minister of the party will inform the new government’s plans before entering the residence of No. 7 Downing Street. Candidates will fight against those seats in parliament.

Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who is steadfast in his separation from the EU to the UK, wants to return to power with a majority through this election. On the other hand, the Labor Party leader Jeremy Corbyn, on the other hand, sees this intermediate election as the only opportunity for the nation to pile.

There was a hint of a clash between the two parties in the elections. Those who have British citizenship and are over 6 years old will exercise the franchise. Irish and Commonwealth citizens living in the UK can also vote. However, once the polling station has been voted down, restrictions have been put in place for no longer staying and taking selfies.

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