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British Prime Minister

How the Office of Prime Minister evolved?   The 1688 ‘Glorious Revolution,' as it was known, aided in the creation of a new power balance...

Ministerial Responsibility

British government is a responsible government. When the British constitutional system is described as one of responsible government, what is meant is that the...

British Cabinet

What is Cabinet? The Cabinet is the principal body which controls governmental policies and coordinating the actions of government agencies. It is chaired by the...
The photo has been taken from The Royal Prerogative, 2017, The House of Commons Library

The Royal Prerogative

Introduction The Royal Prerogative, also called Crown Prerogative, is one of the most significant elements of the UK’s government and constitution. Prerogative powers are rooted...

The British Monarchy

The word monarchy comes from the Greek word monos arkhein, which means "one ruler." The British monarch is the sovereign head of state of...

Conventions In The British Constitution

In any system of government, regardless of whether the constitution is committed into a written or codified document there can exist conventions. Conventions are...

Sources of British Constitutional Law

British Constitution, unlike other modern constitutions, is not to be found in a single document. Its sources are numerous which can be divided mainly...

Salient Features of British Constitution

A constitution is a set of principles on which the government of a state is organised and which determines the relationship between the government...

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