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Her Majesty's Government commonly referred to as the UK government or British government, ... monarch (that is, the King or Queen who is the Head of State at any given time) does not make any open political decisions. ... The head of the government, the prime minister, also has weekly meetings with the monarch, ...

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The monarch does not make an open political decision, but all the decisions are made by the Parliament and the government. The Parliament of the UK has two ...

www.england.mu/articles/england-form-government.html

While many consider the England form of government a democracy, which it is in practice, the Queen of England has many titular roles and is officially the head ...

www.gov.uk/government/how-government-works

In the UK, the Prime Minister leads the government with the support of the Cabinet and ... They usually have a regulatory or inspection function like the Charity Commission. ... There are 4 types of non-departmental public bodies ( NDPBs). ... The Civil Service does the practical and administrative work of government.

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Please note that this website has a UK government accesskeys system. ... The United Kingdom doesn't have a single, written constitution (a set of rules of ...

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The government of England, part of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, is a constitutional monarchy. The head of government of the ...

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England's government is a constitutional monarchy. In this system, the ... parliament.uk. Related Questions. Q: What type of government does Jamaica have?

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During the 1700s, England was governed under a mixed constitution, made up of the ... The monarch ruled, but alongside constitutional advisers drawn from the government rather than ... Parliament.uk: Living Heritage, Parliament and Ireland.

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The British Parliament is often called Westminster because it is ... The Coalition Government of 2010-2015 passed .... The House of Commons has two types of committee: ... The House of Lords only has Select Committees (it does not need Standing Committees because the details of Bills ...