Assess The Role Of Government In The Uk

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Below is a list of the topics to be covered in Assignment 1. This sheet is to be used as a tick sheet to assist you in writing your assignment. • Local Government, * National Government, * European Union * Regional Government In your presentation include the following institutions; • Monarchy - this is the oldest form of a government, the king or queen it the head of this government and has the right to make and pass down legislation resides with an elected Parliament but now they do not have an important role within the monarchy, he or she continues to play an important part in the life of the nation. The Monarch takes roles which have continuously changed over one thousand years. The Monarch has a minor role as…show more content…
It has responsibility for “checking the work of government and examining, debating and approving new laws.” Judicial level of Government – “judicial is a system of courts that interprets and applies the law in the names of the country” the judicial should get involved with the other parts of the government because it’s important to the certain amount of power which the other part of the government has. You will also need to demonstrate an understanding of the roles of the following offices; Prime Minister- has 3 major roles; one is to be a leader for this nation, to be head of government and a party leader. The prime minister also has appointment to agree and sign foreign treaties, sending troops abroad and heading cabinet, these appointments will be discussed by David Cameron with Nick Clegg. http://revisionworld.com/a2-level-level-revision/politics/uk-government-executives Government Ministers works in the House of Commons, “who has a significant public office in a national or regional government”, how make decisions on policies with other minsters, some ministers are more important than other ministers and most likely to be government’s…show more content…
The council of the European Union which helps with the economic policies, which involves international agreements with the EU’s and other countries organisations and gives the EU a certain amount of money to help them with this. The European parliament passes down laws and gets the EU annual budget that the council of the European Union has given to them. These three parts of the EU helps the international trade negotiation become fair when trading or buying product or
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