British political parties, UK United Kingdoms, Labour Party, Conservative Party, Tories, Whig Party, Winston Churchill, Margaret Thatcher, Tony Blair, socialism, liberalism, Brexit Party, constituent nations
The politic life in United Kingdom is based on the cleavage between the Labour and the conservative since the twenties, because of the political system that favors the big parties like them.
The Conservative Party was founded in 1834 and is a right or center-right party. Since its foundation, it is with the Whig Party the most important party of the UK. In the 20th century, the party governed alternately with the Labour and the liberals before WW2 and with the Labour in a national union coalition during WW2.
[...] The different political parties in the United Kingdom We are going to present the different parties within the UK. A political system marked by a cleavage between two major parties The political life in United Kingdom is based on the cleavage between the Labour and the conservatives since the twenties, because of the political system that favors the big parties like them. The conservatives, the Tories -History: the Conservative Party was founded in 1834 and is a right or center-right party. [...]
[...] The claim figure of the party is Nigel Farage, before he was the leader of UKIP, but he was for the last election the candidate of Reform UK. Nigel Farage is an historical supporter of the Brexit. The parties of the constituent nations Scotland - SNP - Scottish Nationalist Party Founded in 1934, it is the Scottish independence party. Currently the largest political party in Scotland, and in power in the Scottish Parliament. Left-wing nationalist party. Their leading figure is Nicola Sturgeon (Premier of Scotland) Involvement of each party in Brexit. Northern Ireland There are two large parties in Northern Ireland Assembly. [...]
[...] The new leader is Keir Starmer who tries to make a synthesis between the blairists and the policy of Corbyn. But the Labour is now compromised because of internal struggles between the new direction and the old direction of Corbyn, which is more left. The secondary parties Greens-The Green Party Environmental Party in England and Wales is part of the European Green Party and the World Green Party rather a middle-class party that in Britain are quite aware of environmental issues. [...]
[...] It was founded in 1900 after the union of socialist parties and trade union. The first Labour government dates from 1924 and then it governs alternately with the liberals and especially the conservative. Its main figures are Clement Attlee who governed from 1945 to 1950 with an important social politic with the begin of the welfare state and a policy of nationalization. The second important figures of the Labour is Tony Blair who was Prime Minister from 1997 to 2007. [...]
[...] The DUP sees itself as defending Britishness and Ulster Protestant culture against Irish nationalism. The party is Euroskeptic and supported Brexit. The Sinn Fein (meaning = we ourselves) This is an Irish republican and democratic socialist political party active in both the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland. Wales - Plaid Cymru It is a regionalist and Welsh nationalist political party in Wales, which advocates for Welsh independence from the United Kingdom. Plaid was formed in 1925 Part of the European free alliance European political party which wants independence and sovereignty). [...]
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