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Political system of great britain
Political system of great britain
Political system of great britain
Political system of great britain
Political system of great britain
Political system of great britain
Political system of great britain
Political system of great britain
Political system of great britain
Political system of great britain
Political system of great britain
Political system of great britain
Political system of great britain
Political system of great britain
Political system of great britain
Political system of great britain
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  • 1. Political system of Great Britain
  • 2. The introduction - The head of the state is the Queen (she summons and dissolves Parliament). - The United Kingdom is a constitutional monarchy. -The seat of the British Parliament is Westminster Palace (also known as the Houses of Parliament). - The British Parliament consists of two chambers (the House of Commons and the House of Lords).
  • 3. The House of Commons • MP-S are elected by the British people •The House of Commons has 651 seats •The chairman is called Speaker
  • 4. The House of Lords •Members are not elected, they inherit their seats from their fathers •Members are called life peers
  • 5. The Parties The Labour Party The Conservative Party The Liberal Democrats • emerged at the end of the 19th century • came to power in the 18th century • Formed in the late 1980s
  • 6. Parliament The Q ueen H o u s e o f L o rd s T h e H o u se o f C o m m o ns
  • 7. Government P r im e m in is t e r S e n io r M P -s M e m b e rs o f th e L o rd s G o v e r n m e n t d e p a r tm e n ts T h e y a ll f o r m t h e c a b in e t
  • 8. Elections… • Are held every five years • Voting is not compulsory and is from the age of 18 • The party which wins the most seats forms the government
  • 9. The British flag It is called Union Jack and it symbolises the union of England. Flag is made up of the crosses of the patron saints of England.
  • 10. The most important ministers… Minister • Chancellor of the Exchequer Responsibility • Government spending • Presents the Budget annually in March • Lives at 11 Downing street
  • 11. 11 Downing Street The home of the Chancellor of the Exchequer
  • 12. Foreign Secretary Responsibility • Relations with other countries
  • 13. Home Secretary Responsibility • Internal relations • The police • Law and order • Law courts
  • 14. Do you know… •What is the Cabinet?
  • 15. The answer… The Cabinet is a committee of ministers
  • 16. Queen Elizabeth II Real name: Elizabeth Alexandra Mary Windsor Birth: 21 April 1926 in London Children: 3 sons, 1 daughter
  • 17. Summary • The term “Great Britain” is the expression for The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland • The head of the state is the Queen • In GB the Parliament is made up of two chambers: The House of Commons and The House of Lords

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