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THE DIVISION OF POWERS
The power to make laws is held by Parliament
HOUSE OF COMMONS
The House of Commonsis the main institution of Parliament. It has six hundred and fifity members of Parliament, who are elected every five years by all British citiziens over eighteen years of age. The chief officer of The House Of Commons is the Speaker elected by members of Parliament.
The Monarch is the symbol of national unity but has no real control over the policy of the country.
The Monarch has three main roles:
2 Commander- in- chief of the Armed Forces
3 Supreme governer of the Anglican Church
1 Head of the State
HOUSE OF LORDS
The house of Lords has less power yhan House of Commons. The House of Lords has over one thousand members. The are not elected but some of them have inherited the ttle. The House is presided over by Lord Chanceller
The power to enforce laws. it's held by Prime Minister and the governement
The Prime Minister is usually the Leader of the Majority party in the House of Commons. The Prime Minister and the Governement remain in power as long as they have the support of the Majority in the House of Commons.
Power is indipendent. It's exerted by judges, magistrates and courts.