Who is the Prime Minister of England?
Technically, England does not have it's own Prime Minister as the political unit of governance is the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.
The Prime Minister is currently David Cameron, leader of the Conservative Party.
Deputy leader is Nick Clegg, leader of the Liberal Democrats Party.
The two Parties formed a coalition to gain power as they did not have enough votes on their own.
They took over from Gordon Brown, then leader of the Labour Party after Parliament was dissolved by the Queen. Brown resigned at the end of the Parties 5 year duration on 11th May 2010 after the election on 6th May 2010 produced no clear winner.
England itself does not have a president or a prime minister. On the other hand, the United Kingdom (England, Wales, Scotland, and Northern Ireland) does have a prime minister. But its head of state, who is the equivalent to a president, is Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. This is because the UK is a constitutional monarchy. England does not have a president, it has a Prime minister and a Queen England does not have a…
Firstly, England doesn't have its own Prime Minister. The current Prime Minister, Gordon Brown, is Prime Minister of all of the UK, not just England. Prime Ministers are replaced if the existing Prime Minister resigns or is otherwise unable to continue to do the job. When there is a General Election - which there will be no later than June 2010 - then the same Prime Minister could be voted back in or could lose…
The United Kingdom does not have a Presidential System. Instead, they have a parliamentarian system with a Prime Minister and Deputy Prime Minister. The government in England is currently a coalition between the Conservative Party and the Liberal Democrat Party with the Prime Minister being David Cameron and the Deputy Prime Minister being Nick Clegg. The duty of a Deputy Prime Minister is to assist the Prime Minister in decisions, press conferences and also to…
For all practical purposes, Robert Walpole was the first prime minister of England. When Parliament elected King George I, the king, parliament elected Robert Walpole, Prime Minister. King George stayed in Europe. He let Walpole run England. Since England does not have a written constitution as does the United States, there is no particular point where England said, "We now have a modern prime minister."