The form of Government in Britain is made up of the King/Queen, the House of Lords and House of Commons. The King/Queen or the House of Lords are not elected. The Chief power is now in the hands of the House of the Commons and all grown up people of Britain have a share in electing the members of the House of Commons. At least once in every 5 years, there must be a general election. The House of Commons represents the people. Neither the King/Queen nor House of Lords can refuse to carry out the wish of the House of Commons.
When the Parliament is elected, the King/Queen asks a leading member of the House of Commons to form a Government. This man is known as the Prime Minister. He chooses a number of trusted men from his supporters in Parliament and gives each one in charge of one of the greatest departments of the Government, such as Treasury, the war office, Ministry of Health, Education, Foreign Office and so on.
The duty of Parliament is to make laws; before a proposal becomes law, both Houses of Parliament must agree to it. When the proposal has passed both Houses, the King/Queen signs it and it becomes law. In other words the King/Queen signs the bill and it becomes law.
Britain has a large Empire and a democratic system of Government. The holders of the most important posts form a cabinet. This is the board of management of the government of the country. It meets in secret; it makes decisions, but still answerable to Parliament. Members of Parliament may question the members of the cabinet about their work and find fault with them and if the cabinet fails to get the agreement of Parliament for the decisions it has made, it will have to retire and let others form the government. Often in such a case it will ask the King to command a general election so that the feelings of the people may be tested on the matter. The cabinet must either get the support of the House of Commons or retire.
Britain has a King/Queen, but the chief power is now in the hands of the people. The British Government is no longer a Monarchy in the early meaning of the term.
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