A general election should consist of two votes, the first as it stands at the present to elect a local representative to the house of commons and a second to vote for the prime minister who should be standing seperaty from the constituency seats.

Why is this idea important?

At present the british public do not vote for thier leader, we can only vote for a party If we like their leader but should that party leader lose his seat,  then the votes of everybody who voted for the leader as opposed to voting on the local issues have wasted their vote.

Also removing the position of prime minister from the constituencies would allow the seat of the prime minister to be tended by an MP with time to consentrate on local issues and likewise leave the primeminister completly free to concentrate on the role of prime minister.

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