In parliament there was the forbidding of speaking of specific topics.
some challenged her right to do this, for example Paul and Peter Wentworth, persisted from 1566-87, \
Eliz argued that issues of the commonweal: i.e. social and economic issues, local and personal bills could be freely discussed and debated.
matters of state, however, needed her permission- religion= a matter for her bishops and convocation.
marriage, succession and foreign policy part of her royal prerogative.