The British Monarchy

by Lillian Doxey

King and Queen

The British Monarchy is one of many other Monarchies. The British Monarchy is known most for how they have a constitutional monarchy. So the King or Queen can't create or pass legislation only the elected Parliament. But he/she is sometimes in Parliament though.


Parliament is a supreme legislative body. It is allowed all the political rights of all of the British territories. And the head is the Monarch who currently is Queen Elizabeth ll in the Place of Westminster in Westminster, London. And since there are so many different kinds of Parliament all over the world the British Parliament has been called " the mother of parliaments."
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