The Bodies of Government in the United Kingdom НФ МГЭИ, группа ЮСЗ-10Завгородняя Л. С.
Great Britain is a monarchy. The Queen is the head of state. But her power is not absolute, but constitutional.
Her power is limited by Parliament.
But the power is hereditary, and not elective.
The bodies of government in the United Kingdom are those of the legislature, which consist of the Queen and Parliament and is the supreme authority of the country; those of the executive and those of the judiciary.
The executive bodies consist of: The Cabinet of ministers;
The highest judicial body in the English judicial system is the House of Lords.
The Prime Minister is usually the leader of the party that has a majority in the House of Commons.
Each new Prime Minister can make changes in the size of his Cabinet and may create new ministries or make other changes.
The Prime Minister holds Cabinet meetings at his (her) house at number 10 Downing Street, which is very near the Houses of Parliament in Westminster.
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