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  • 1. The Parliament of Great Britan Samoylova Mary Form 6 « A »
  • 2. The Houses of Parlament Big Ben The British Parliament Westminster Palace and Hall
  • 3. Where Parliament now stands has been a centre of authority for over a thousand years.
  • 4. The British Parliament is one of the oldest in the world. It consists of two Houses-The House of Commons and The House of Lords.
  • 5. The House of Commons The House of Lords
  • 6. The members of The House of Commons are elected for 5 years. During the Second World War, The House of Commons was hit by bombs fourteen times.
  • 7. The members of The House of Lords are not elected. They inherit this right.
  • 8. There are two big towers on both sides of the Parliament. One of them is called Big Ben .Big Ben is really a bell. You can hear it every hour.
  • 9. The first known royal palace was Edward the Confessor’s. Parliament still remains a royal palace and is called the ‘Palace of Westminster’
  • 10. Westminster Hall is the oldest part of Parliament. Today the hall is often used for important State events such as the Queen’s Golden Jubilee.
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