The head of the British government is referred to as the Prime Minister, the leader of one of the constituent countries is referred to as a first minister, and the terms Chief Minister, Premier, and Chief Executive are used in the Overseas Territories. In the Crown dependencies, the term Chief Minister is used in all apart from Guernsey, where the leader is referred to as the President of the Policy and Resources Committee.
Map showing governing parties of UK administrations by political party as of July 2017 (click to enlarge)
Government of the United Kingdom
Note: As England does not have a devolved government, all English affairs are governed by the UK government.
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