The UK is a constitutional monarchy and a parliamentary democracy.
The monarch is the head of the state (Queen Elizabeth the Second)
She doesn’t rule the country, has ceremonial function; signs bills.
The prime-minister is the head of the government.
He is the leader of the party with the majority seats in the House of Commons.
Parliament consists of two chambers or houses:
the House of Lords
the House of Commons
The House of Lords consists of 651 MPs (elected). It makes laws.
The House of Commons consists of 1203 non-elected peers. It can delay bills and ask for rewriting certain parts.
The head of the both Houses of Parliament is the Queen. She is also the head of the executive branch.
The UK is…
The official head of the state in the UK is …
The Queen … the bills.
The Government of the UK represents the… branch of power.
The members of the House of Lords are …
The British Prime Minister is the leader of the party with the majority seats in …
The House of Commons is made up of … non-elected peers.
Which are Britain's two main political parties?
The official residence of the Prime Minister is at … Downing Street in central London.
How many British people voted to leave the European Union?
When was the Brexit referendum?
для контролю знань і залучення учнів
до активної роботи у класі та вдома