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Great Britain British identity Mixture of the four existing heritages of England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland Multiculturalism Fluidity and flexibility The monarchy and the political system ● ● ● ● ● ● Both monarchy and democracy -> constitutional monarchy (Magna Carta and Bill of Rights) The people decide Britain is run by voting for the House of Commons who then form part of the government All people over the age of 18 are allowed to vote Monarch ● Pro = head of state in Britain O Inherits his/her position O Appoints prime minister O Ceremonial, theoretical power Prime minister and the parliament form the government Prime Minister O Choses who he/she wants to work with Parliament -> two chambers: House of Commons and House of Lords O What does the queen do? ● O Representational House of Commons: voted for by the people; represent the public of their constituency; approve laws or vote against them; members have been elected; questions and challenges the government House of Lords: not voted for by the people but has limited powers; can delay bills; questions and challenges the government; members have been appointed to the house (because of their expertise) Does Britain still need the monarchy? Holds meetings or audiences with important people Meets people Opens buildings Holds speeches Charity work Loved by the media Attracts tourists Close to the people Symbol of Britain Constitutional Contra Work on official papers (information from government or representatives of the Commonwealth) Reads, signs and approves papers Deals with every constitutional document Opens the parliament...

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once a year and after change of government Too many scandals Very expensive Outdated institution Supports the country's reputation of being a snooty, class-obsessed place ● Majority of the country approves of the monarchy Elected head of state is expensive as well British system vs. german system Voting system Parliament Federal system Head of state Representation of smaller parties ● Lack of serious checks on its government German system Indirect; 1 vote for a party, 1 vote for a politician Bundestag, Bundesrat 16 Bundesländer -> represented in Bundesrat President Build a coalition British system Indirect; electing members of parliament (650, one of each constituency) House of Commons, House of Lords Central government -> but devolution (mini parliaments) Monarch Almost no chance Multiculturalism 55 BC: Vikings, Normans, Flemings, Africans, Asians and Americans -> forming todays population Immigration of historical events Or immigration for individual reasons Economy benefits from the people coming to Britain because of their contribution to the country Gaps between the upper, middle and lower classes O Seen as unjust by many O One of the most severe problems in Britain Britain and Europe ● Europe in misery and ruins after WW2 Vision of a large European family of nations -> strength + prosperity + collaboration Succeeding governments weren't as enthusiastic as other nations O Experience of ruling the world's greatest empire Close ties with the US and Commonwealth Fears that being a member would entail the end as an independent nation Financial contributions did not seem to pay off Concern that decisions were made far-off in Brussels O Sovereignty of national government is being undermined Decision against the Euro and resistance against giving up a national symbol (Pound sterling) Anti-EU party: UKIP (United Kingdom independence Party)

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Great Britain British identity Mixture of the four existing heritages of England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland Multiculturalism Fluidity and flexibility The monarchy and the political system ● ● ● ● ● ● Both monarchy and democracy -> constitutional monarchy (Magna Carta and Bill of Rights) The people decide Britain is run by voting for the House of Commons who then form part of the government All people over the age of 18 are allowed to vote Monarch ● Pro = head of state in Britain O Inherits his/her position O Appoints prime minister O Ceremonial, theoretical power Prime minister and the parliament form the government Prime Minister O Choses who he/she wants to work with Parliament -> two chambers: House of Commons and House of Lords O What does the queen do? ● O Representational House of Commons: voted for by the people; represent the public of their constituency; approve laws or vote against them; members have been elected; questions and challenges the government House of Lords: not voted for by the people but has limited powers; can delay bills; questions and challenges the government; members have been appointed to the house (because of their expertise) Does Britain still need the monarchy? Holds meetings or audiences with important people Meets people Opens buildings Holds speeches Charity work Loved by the media Attracts tourists Close to the people Symbol of Britain Constitutional Contra Work on official papers (information from government or representatives of the Commonwealth) Reads, signs and approves papers Deals with every constitutional document Opens the parliament...

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once a year and after change of government Too many scandals Very expensive Outdated institution Supports the country's reputation of being a snooty, class-obsessed place ● Majority of the country approves of the monarchy Elected head of state is expensive as well British system vs. german system Voting system Parliament Federal system Head of state Representation of smaller parties ● Lack of serious checks on its government German system Indirect; 1 vote for a party, 1 vote for a politician Bundestag, Bundesrat 16 Bundesländer -> represented in Bundesrat President Build a coalition British system Indirect; electing members of parliament (650, one of each constituency) House of Commons, House of Lords Central government -> but devolution (mini parliaments) Monarch Almost no chance Multiculturalism 55 BC: Vikings, Normans, Flemings, Africans, Asians and Americans -> forming todays population Immigration of historical events Or immigration for individual reasons Economy benefits from the people coming to Britain because of their contribution to the country Gaps between the upper, middle and lower classes O Seen as unjust by many O One of the most severe problems in Britain Britain and Europe ● Europe in misery and ruins after WW2 Vision of a large European family of nations -> strength + prosperity + collaboration Succeeding governments weren't as enthusiastic as other nations O Experience of ruling the world's greatest empire Close ties with the US and Commonwealth Fears that being a member would entail the end as an independent nation Financial contributions did not seem to pay off Concern that decisions were made far-off in Brussels O Sovereignty of national government is being undermined Decision against the Euro and resistance against giving up a national symbol (Pound sterling) Anti-EU party: UKIP (United Kingdom independence Party)