The UK would have probably avoided the worst of their present dilemma if they had PR rather than FPP.
You might be right there. The one thing PR can do is force compromises and in an age of such divided opinions that's no bad thing.
You mean like our MMP, where one person decided who the Prime Minister was going to be (on more than one occasion)?
Were you there at the negotiations?
Were you there at the NZ first internal discussions?
Please tell us how you know it was one person?
I presume you mean Winston Peters, leader of NZ first.
Do you think a political party might need some kind of consensus to keep gelled together?
Back on topic.
It doesn't really matter which leader the UK has, they're going to crash out of the EU, come hell or climate-change-induced-inundation.
Any leader is hostage to the referendum, russian interference or no.
You weren’t in the room when I formulated my post, I mentioned no names, yet you immediately thought of the Rt Hon Winston Peters. Nuff said.
Only if you'd prefer to argue style instead of substance. Whatever.