The UK showed the US how to competently count votes

The UK showed the US how to competently count votes

The general election in the United Kingdom revealed two things: First, that the incumbent Conservative Party has lost its mandate with voters, and second, that it is possible to count millions of votes in short order.

Before the sun rose on July 5 in the U.K., the results for 648 of the 650 parliamentary constituencies had all been posted, and the newly elected members of Parliament had been certified and sent off to Westminster where they will form a new government under the leadership of new Labour Prime Minister Keir Starmer.

While the change in government will no doubt have an impact on the “special relationship” between the United States and the U.K., the U.S. could learn a thing or two from the swiftness with

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