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:::::::I'm sure Jayron will be along to answer that, but in the meantime, it would be good if you could explain why you titled your question "Becoming the UK PM" if you were really asking about becoming Foreign Secretary. --[[User:Viennese Waltz|Viennese Waltz]] 12:52, 26 July 2019 (UTC)
:::::::As VW explained, in the title of your question, you indicated your interest in the process of "Becoming the UK PM". That is what I found confusing. I openly admit my mistake and apologize to you for misinterpreting your question. I was wrong, and for that I apologize. Also, I apologize that my tone in my first apology was condescending. I assure you I did not intend that, but reading it back a second time, it clearly is, and there's no one to blame for that but me. I apologize as well for that. If you really think I need sanctions, feel free to ask for them. I will not stop you.--[[User:Jayron32|<span style="color:#009">Jayron</span>]][[User talk:Jayron32|<b style="color:#090">''32''</b>]] 13:24, 26 July 2019 (UTC)
 
*[[David Cameron]] and [[Tony Blair]] were both rather inexperienced when they were elected [[Leader of the Opposition (United Kingdom)|Leader of Her Majesty's Most Loyal Opposition]]. [[William Pitt the Younger]] was *24* when [[George III of the United Kingdom|King George the Mad]] started begging him to become Prime Minister. Sometimes experience doesn't really matter. --[[User:Mareino|M]][[User_talk:Mareino|<font color="orange">@</font>]][[User:Mareino|r]][[Special:Contributions/Mareino|<font color="orange">ē</font>]][[User:Mareino|ino]] 20:54, 26 July 2019 (UTC)
 
== Belgian Princes and Princesses ==