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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Prime Minister Parliament Hierarchy of power House of Commons House of Commons House Of Lords House Of Lords Monarch Resources UK UNITARY GOVERNMENT By: Angela Guerrero & Daniela Eguiguren - Second most important house-Making and shaping laws- in-depth consideration of public policy-Holding government to account.- independent and complements the work of the house of commons- challenge the government -Party with the largest number of members-Debate the big political issues - Propose new laws- Publicly elected- Make decisions on fnancial Bill -The Queen has the power to give regular audience to a Prime Minister during his term of office. -The senior political figure in the British Government, -Appoints the members of the goverments Members of the Parliament There are 121 total ministers, the ones divided into 3 sections, 1 person being the prime minister,21 cabinet ministers and 99 other ministers. All the ministers are elected by the prime minister (the member from the House of Commons and the House of Lords.) He is responsible for this deparments. This departments are responsible for putting the government policy's into practice Local Governments - Local Governments differ greatly in the 4 regions- There can be three layers of elected officials (county, district, parish) - raising taxes- creating statutesadministration of grants from central government- representing interests of locality to regional andcentral governments double click to changethis text! Drag a cornerto scale proportionally. -Make new laws-Work for political partyMp's divided into sections such as education and health.-Work in the parlament-They attend debates, vote for new laws in the house of commonsduring meetings. Have separate offices to attend citizens Parties of Mps: Conservative, Labor, and liberal Democrat Election Process-They are elected every 5 years(from a list of candidates)-The citizens vote for a member of parliament from one of the lists. Responsibiliti es:
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