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  • House Of Lords Hold Many Positive Aspects
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    Clearly, in such a populated country such as Great Britain, a Second Chamber of Parliament also known as the House of Lords is necessary. Although the House of Lords cannot execute much power, compared to the House of Commons, it is a vital part of British Government. The House of Lords plays an important part in revising, potentially delaying legislation and as well as keeping a check on Government by scrutinising its activities. It complements the work of the Commons, whose members are elected...
  • National And Local Newspapers In Britain
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    United Kingdom is a parliamentary democracy with the Constitutional monarch, Queen Elizabeth 2, as head of State and an important symbol of national unity. The country is governed in the Queen's name by the Government. In law the Queen is head of the executive, an integral part of the legislature, head of the judiciary, commander-in-chief of all the armed forces of the Crown, and the supreme governor of the established church of England. The Queen formally summons and dissolves Parliament, and o...
  • Government In Great Britain
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    British government is democratic government. So, too, is American government; it roots are buried deep in English political and social history. Yet there are important differences between the two systems of government. Most of those differences grow out of this important point: Unlike government in the United State, government in Great Britain is unitary and and parliamentary in form and rests upon an unwritten constitution. They rule what they call a monarchy. The Monarchy In contrast to such r...
  • Lady Captures Sir Gawain In The End
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    The Symbolism and Parallels of the Hunts The Arthurian tale of Sir Gawain and the Green Knight is an intriguing story of chivalry and moral dilemmas. Sir Gawain and the Green Knight contains many literary devices such as foreshadowing and especially symbolism. The most in-depth form of symbolism is found in the obvious parallels between the two hunts. There are three attempts for each hunt. The lord of the castle hunts three animals: the deer, the boar, and the fox. Likewise, the lady of the cas...
  • Reckless As The Risk
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    Subject: Criminal Law Q 1. Caldwell [1982] AC 341 was, in its time, regarded as one of the most important of criminal law cases. Can it now be consigned to history? The case of Caldwell is considered to be one of the most important landmarks as it illustrates a turning point in how criminal recklessness is judged and sentenced This was because a new classification was created which did not restrict recklessness to subjective recklessness. This essay will discuss why Caldwell was important and wh...

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