Of course, I never ever said that Macmillan was not democratically elected as an MP.Case in point: Macmillan being a democratically-elected MP which made a mockery of your claim that he was an unelected Prime Minister.
Gosh, you cannot put two sentences together without lying.
You asked for an example of PM who was elected BY HIS PARTY to be *nominated* as PM which- as I pointed out to you- the Queen could consider and then APPOINT the PM to that office... if she felt like it.
You insisted that PMs were all elected and that the monarch HAD to make the "appointment".
I had to inform you that he was NOT elected by his party, i.e., I stuck my foot up your azz yet again.
That indeed the Queen asked for advice on who should be appointed PM and that there was NO election.
And I informed you- you who claims to hold two..."political" degrees... at which point you said er um hmm err... ummm... give me TWO examples...
Macmillan was not elected by his party to be nominated for PM.
The monarch is not compelled to take any nomination or advice given in her APPOINTMENT of that office.
PS: You still haven't proved the name of the university and the year you got these "political degrees".