The United Kingdom Government
By: Alaysia O. and Alex D.
Supreme Legislative power is vested in parliament
- Parliament is the highest legislative authority in the UK.
- Responsible for checking the work of the government and examining and debating and approving new laws
House of Lords is in charge of revising legislation
The UK has one of the most extensive and most developed systems in the world
House of Commons also have to approve proposals for government taxes and spending
- Political party wins an overall majority in the House of Commons at a general election, forms the new government and its leader becomes prime minister.
- the prime minister appoints ministers who work in the government departments