Things about the British model

From 1707 England unified with Scotland forms the UK to which later will join Wales and Northern Ireland.

Since 1714, the dynasty of the oranges is replaced by the dehanobra dynasty. George 1 and 2 being German, have little interest in the UK, leaving the affairs of government, parliament, and mosque.

In parliament and political life, two political groups have emerged: tory and whing. Later transforming into the conservative party and the liberal party. With the appearance of the Labor Parliament (representing the workers) the Liberals lose their support, and today there are two big parties in the UK: Labor and Conservative. The British parliamentary system is evolving towards a modern democracy where there is a separation of powers in the state.

The legislative power divided between the king and the parliament today only the parliament.

The role is to make laws.

The British Parliament is bicameral, the Lords’ House (today is powerless, it is a symbol) and the communal room (today has all the power).

The executive power is represented by the cabinet composed of ministers elected by the parliamentary party.

The government was accountable to the parliament and worked as long as it has the majority of parliament.

Judicial power repr. the judge and the judiciary must be independent. M. Brittany becomes a great maritime power conquering territories, creating its largest colonial empire.

The British empire was India, Canada, Australia, New Zealand. Most of the colonists who will form the United States have left Britain.

Until the First World War, Britain was the most important state in the world.

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