THE MONARCH THE GOVERNMENT THE NON-CABINET THE CABINET THE PRIME MINISTER PARLAMENT The House of Commonce The House of Lords People
THE MONARCH Elizabeth became Queen of the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Pakistan, and Ceylon (now Sri Lanka) upon the death of her father, George VI, on 6 February Elizabeth was born on 21 April 1926 in London. Elizabeth and her younger sister Margaret were educated at home. On the outbreak of war in 1939, they were evacuated to Windsor Castle. In 1945, Elizabeth joined the war effort, training as a driver in the Women's Auxiliary Territorial Service. Is the official head of the state and an integral part of the Parliament in her constitutional role; Has mostly representative functions; Gives the Royal assent to the bills; The Head of the Commonwealth of Nations
PARLAMENT The House of Commonce The House of Lords Has 650 seats elected by the British public every five year. make laws, new bills, discuss different political problems. Have much more power. Control the executive brunch of power. Consists of more then 1100 non-elected members (peers and life peers). They have got their seats from their fathers-people with tittles. They examine and refuse bills from the House of Commons. They have real influence in politics.
THE GOVERNMENT THE PRIME MINISTER THE CABINET THE NON-CABINET Is the Head of the Government, is the leader of the party with majority seats in the House of Commons runs the country. Is made up of selected members from the House of Commons and some members from the House of Lords. Each member is a minister responsible for a government department. Is an official opposition- the largest opposition party, are not members of the Cabinet. criticizes the power and is ready in any time to build up the new Cabinet to run the country. David William Donald Cameron
1.Who rules the country in fact? The Monarch or Parliament? 2.What kind of state is the UK? 3.What is the official head of the country? 4.Who has the most authority in Britain? 5.What parts does Parliament consists of? 6.What represents the executive brunch of power? 7.What is the Head of the Government? Who is he? 8.Who may be the leader of the parliament?