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British MOMARCAY Should the British monarchy be abolished ? Facts: → representational functions, e.g. Stale Opening of Parliament → make and pass laws with the Parliament together → Head of the church of England. →gives a weekly audience to the Prime Minister in which she has the right to discuss current government matters Pro Ⓒ → don't have political power → could easily be taken over by other political bodies or an elecled president. → hereditary monarchy → throne will take the crown regardless of character → in modern democratic stale people should be able to exercise democratic control → don't have political power → can't stop a potential dictator → charities: don't really engage in practical Con : work for those charities → has political knowledge → stands above party politics and can act as a real representative of the country regardless of short-term political interests. and strategies → nonpolitical figure symbolyzing national values. → president would not be cheaper → charity : image and popularity help charities to continue their good work MONARCHY PRO → stands above political parties and can act as a real representative figure regardless of short-term interests and strategies → do charity and motivate the charity constitutions to go on with their work, also draw attention to do charity work →good for the tourism → she unites the UK => UK lose →queen has lived a long time and has many experiences → makes the...

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UK unique and gives them a special old-fashioned but cool → they are very glamoures and pompouse CON → expensive £40m per year → no political power → unecessary → they just spend money to charitys and do not (participate) and do practical work → hereditary -monarchy maybe a bad next king or queen but he or she would still be the next one, regard- less or their character and potential → very old and should be reformed → the people should be able to exercise democratic control stands for that monarchy and if there is no monarchy the UK will that and maybe lose their national identity. ROY A Royal - Family AL Adjectives: • conservative traditional Strong, unity, unnecessary, overrated, modern, glamorous, not up-to-date, strict, weak, trendy, outdated, powerful, caring, representative, disciplined, forward-thinking, no strict hierarchy, old-fashioned, dutyful, traditional / " Role of the Queen: → representative → opens sessions of Parliament → Officially appoints the Prime Minister by inviting the of Commons to form a government → weekly meetings with PM to discuss recent matters → signs official documents → head of State : → commander -in-chief of the armed forces →→Supreme governor" of the Church of England → represents the country at home and abroad British parliament: 1) House of Commons → elected by citizens. - debale current issues - discuss policy. - make laws 2) House of Loras → not elected - Lords have limited powers to influence the political decisions - suggest changes to laws I can delay the passing of a new law for twelve months. Arguments for keeping the monarchy: - stands for British values and national unity represents British interests abroad and improves international relations - brings Stability - royal family does a lot of good through charity work leader of the majority in the House → Black African → Black Caribbean → Pakistani → Bangladeshi → Chinese → Mixed race Arguments for abolishing the monarchy is old-fashioned and no longer needed a monarch is undemocratic: the people should be able to elect their head of state very expensive taxes could be better spent on other things multicultural society SOCIETY Ethnic background of UK Population: → while → Indian A Arguments for a multicultural Society: → ethnic diversity enriches a society → ethnic food becomes part of the culture → more. tolerance due to interaction with different kind of people → can lead to a more peaceful Society = people are more accepting of differences Arguments against a multicultural society: → a country's national identity will be lost if they become too deluted with those of other cultures → when cultures are very different , they cannot integrale → people do not share same values → racial tension. Second-generation migrants: Children born in Britain to migrant parents often find themselves in a difficult position : the live with two cultures : their family's culture in the home with it's traditions and beliefs and outside the home, the same western culture that their friends share → Culture Clash : they can feel distanced from their parents' and grandparents' culture → they may not speak their language and may never have visited their parents' home country • they feel they have to live up to their parents' expectations → some feel guilty about trying to lead their own life • they might face discrimination they are seen as foreign, when in fact they feel British they experience a crisis of identity they do not complety belong to either culture BRITISH COMMONWEALTH - at first it was a way of maintaining economic ties with former colonies - today the members stale can interact on a more informal level in common , e.g. language and culture, due to their : the stales initially had a lot former ties to Britain

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British MOMARCAY Should the British monarchy be abolished ? Facts: → representational functions, e.g. Stale Opening of Parliament → make and pass laws with the Parliament together → Head of the church of England. →gives a weekly audience to the Prime Minister in which she has the right to discuss current government matters Pro Ⓒ → don't have political power → could easily be taken over by other political bodies or an elecled president. → hereditary monarchy → throne will take the crown regardless of character → in modern democratic stale people should be able to exercise democratic control → don't have political power → can't stop a potential dictator → charities: don't really engage in practical Con : work for those charities → has political knowledge → stands above party politics and can act as a real representative of the country regardless of short-term political interests. and strategies → nonpolitical figure symbolyzing national values. → president would not be cheaper → charity : image and popularity help charities to continue their good work MONARCHY PRO → stands above political parties and can act as a real representative figure regardless of short-term interests and strategies → do charity and motivate the charity constitutions to go on with their work, also draw attention to do charity work →good for the tourism → she unites the UK => UK lose →queen has lived a long time and has many experiences → makes the...

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UK unique and gives them a special old-fashioned but cool → they are very glamoures and pompouse CON → expensive £40m per year → no political power → unecessary → they just spend money to charitys and do not (participate) and do practical work → hereditary -monarchy maybe a bad next king or queen but he or she would still be the next one, regard- less or their character and potential → very old and should be reformed → the people should be able to exercise democratic control stands for that monarchy and if there is no monarchy the UK will that and maybe lose their national identity. ROY A Royal - Family AL Adjectives: • conservative traditional Strong, unity, unnecessary, overrated, modern, glamorous, not up-to-date, strict, weak, trendy, outdated, powerful, caring, representative, disciplined, forward-thinking, no strict hierarchy, old-fashioned, dutyful, traditional / " Role of the Queen: → representative → opens sessions of Parliament → Officially appoints the Prime Minister by inviting the of Commons to form a government → weekly meetings with PM to discuss recent matters → signs official documents → head of State : → commander -in-chief of the armed forces →→Supreme governor" of the Church of England → represents the country at home and abroad British parliament: 1) House of Commons → elected by citizens. - debale current issues - discuss policy. - make laws 2) House of Loras → not elected - Lords have limited powers to influence the political decisions - suggest changes to laws I can delay the passing of a new law for twelve months. Arguments for keeping the monarchy: - stands for British values and national unity represents British interests abroad and improves international relations - brings Stability - royal family does a lot of good through charity work leader of the majority in the House → Black African → Black Caribbean → Pakistani → Bangladeshi → Chinese → Mixed race Arguments for abolishing the monarchy is old-fashioned and no longer needed a monarch is undemocratic: the people should be able to elect their head of state very expensive taxes could be better spent on other things multicultural society SOCIETY Ethnic background of UK Population: → while → Indian A Arguments for a multicultural Society: → ethnic diversity enriches a society → ethnic food becomes part of the culture → more. tolerance due to interaction with different kind of people → can lead to a more peaceful Society = people are more accepting of differences Arguments against a multicultural society: → a country's national identity will be lost if they become too deluted with those of other cultures → when cultures are very different , they cannot integrale → people do not share same values → racial tension. Second-generation migrants: Children born in Britain to migrant parents often find themselves in a difficult position : the live with two cultures : their family's culture in the home with it's traditions and beliefs and outside the home, the same western culture that their friends share → Culture Clash : they can feel distanced from their parents' and grandparents' culture → they may not speak their language and may never have visited their parents' home country • they feel they have to live up to their parents' expectations → some feel guilty about trying to lead their own life • they might face discrimination they are seen as foreign, when in fact they feel British they experience a crisis of identity they do not complety belong to either culture BRITISH COMMONWEALTH - at first it was a way of maintaining economic ties with former colonies - today the members stale can interact on a more informal level in common , e.g. language and culture, due to their : the stales initially had a lot former ties to Britain