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Basics Multinational state (4 or 5) Unitary system No constitution Parliamentary Democracy Monarch is head of state
Political Development Gradualism Noblesse oblige Parliamentary sovereignty Constitution of the Crown Insularity
Economic Change Collective consensus Thatcherism Blair’s 3 rd Way
Political Parties Conservative Labour Liberal Democrats Scottish National Plaid Cymru Sinn Fein
Current Issues Devolution Terrorism Constitutional reform EU referendums Relationship between government & economy
Cleavages Class Region Race Religion (N. Ireland)
Elite Oxbridge Public Schools
Interest Groups Quangos TUC CBI
Executive PM-head of government Cabinet Whitehall Collective responsibility Question Time Vote of confidence
Legislative Westminster House of Commons House of Lords (makeup & responsibilities) Loyal opposition Shadow cabinet Backbenchers
Judicial Supreme Court replaces Law Lords No judicial review
Elections 5 years 1 st past the post Single districts Safe districts
United Kingdom. Creation of the “Constitution of the Crown” Sources of authority – Tradition – Ration-legal Magna Carta Bill of Rights Common Law (civil.
GREAT BRITAIN Little England. HISTORY First country in Europe to develop a limited monarchy First country in Europe to develop a limited monarchy Sun.
Of Political Institutions GREAT BRITAIN Huey Shih.
The United Kingdom Review. Sovereignty, Authority, and Power Oldest democratic tradition Social Compacts and Constitutionalism: Legitimacy has developed.
Part 2: Governance & Policy- Making Spring Organization of the State Parliamentary Democracy Parliamentary Sovereignty Parliament can make.
Part 2: Governance & Policy- Making Fall Organization of the State Parliamentary Democracy Parliamentary Sovereignty Parliament can make or.
POLITICAL SYSTEMS I. UK. Let´s start! UK is a constitutional monarchy, but… Magna Charta 1215 Bill of Rights 1689 Act of Union 1707 EXECUTIVE POWER Queen.
British Government Overview unitary state London Britain is a unitary state with political authority centralized in London. three branches of government.
United Kingdom Government, Politics, Political Culture, Policy Debates, Political Parties.
United Kingdom Review Jeopardy Mr. Oakes UK Review.
Overview Parliamentary Law Making – The Political System © The Law Bank The British Political System An overview before we start law 1.
Political Culture InstitutionsHistory Current Issues.
The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland Also known as: The UK England Britain Consists of Four “nations” 1) England 2) Scotland 3) Wales.
STUDENT NOTES 2 CH. 2 THE UNITED KINGDOM OF GREAT BRITAIN AND NORTHERN IRELAND.
Short AnswerTrue/ False What are the 3 main parts of Parliament? What does MP stand for? What is the key difference in how MPs and Peers get their jobs.
The United Kingdom. Historical Evolution of British Politics Magna Carta (1215) – King John agreed to consult the nobles before he made important decisions,
The British Constitution Introduction A Constitution fulfils a number of functions in any political system. It, –Lays down the principles on which the.
Politics of the United Kingdom Unit 5. The Prime Ministers British Prime Minister: David Cameron Minister of Magic: Kingsley Shackelbolt.
The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland Where Big Ben is the only thing marking forward progress.
Uk institutions Constitutional monarchy British constitution Legislature Executive Judiciary.
Presentation Outline II. Political Institutions a)The Executive Branch b)The Legislative Branch c)The Judicial Branch d)Electoral System e)Party System.
Political Institutions of the United Kingdom Radina Mutskova.
Parliament Comparing Legislatures. Westminster Model A democratic, parliamentary system of government modeled after that of the UK system A democratic,
British Political System What do you know already?
Parliament Comparing Legislatures. Westminster Model Democratic, parliamentary system of government Democratic, parliamentary system of government Head.
Elections In Great Britain Members of Parliament (MPs) are the only national officials that British voters select Members of Parliament (MPs) are the only.
POLITICAL SYSTEM OF THE UK Government Political Parties Policy of the UK VY_32_INOVACE_14-06.
Bellringer for Quiz UK vs GB UK vs GB Collective Consensus Collective Consensus Third Way Third Way Hung Parliament Hung Parliament Neoliberalism Neoliberalism.
Politics of the United Kingdom (including Scotland) The political system of the United Kingdom is based on constitutional monarchy in which the monarch.
More Women in European Politics Tanya Hughes Director Ballybeen Women’s Centre.
GOPO Review: UK Quiz #1 Contestants do not forget to –Always phrase your question in the form of an answer –Hands on your buzzers it is time to play.
Bellringer What are two differences between a presidential system and parliamentary system? Executive Elections Legislature.
Political Parties / Elections in the United Kingdom.
Britain: Representation & Participation Section 4 AP Comparative Government Mr. Saliani.
The United Kingdom. Geography Island Island Small in size Small in size No major geographical barriers No major geographical barriers Temperate climate.
U NITED K INGDOM I NTRODUCTION Kesselman chooses to start his analysis of the United Kingdom with a “tough week” for then Prime Minister Tony Blair (January.
THE BRITISH POLITICAL SYSTEM What do we mean by Britain (the UK)? Not just England? Why study Britain? What can it tell us about democracy and empire?
Chapter 8 Great Britain. Legitimacy The government of Great Britain has developed gradually, so that tradition is a primary source of stability The government.
Great Britain. The Environment of Politics One Crown but five nations One Crown but five nations –United Kingdom Great Britain and Ireland created in.
Government What is a government & how does it work?
THE UNITED KINGDOM OF GREAT BRITAIN AND NORTHERN IRELAND.
Institutions of the British National Government Prime Minister & Cabinet Parliament Bureaucracy and Judiciary.
Political Parties of Great Britain. Conservatives (Tories) Main party on the right. Traditionally, more pragmatic and moderate than Thatcher. Noblesse.
What does the House of Lords do? It does not have the same power as the House of Commons. Many people want to abolish it because the members have not been.
United Kingdom. United Kingdom: Sovereignty, Authority, and Power No written constitution Historical events helped legitimize sovereignty, authority,
STUDENT NOTES 1 CH. 2 – THE UNITED KINGDOM AND GREAT BRITAIN AND NORTHERN IRELAND.
Intro Concepts civil society command economies confederal vs unitary vs federal systems economic liberalization vs political liberals first past the post/plurality/winner.
Chapter 2 - Britain. Cross of St. George of England St. Andrew of Scotland Wales St. Patrick’s Cross of (Northern) Ireland.
Chapter 13 System of Government. What is the basic structure of the central government of the United Kingdom? What is the role of the Sovereign? What.
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