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The UK Parliament is increasingly dominated by the Executive

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Title: The UK Parliament is increasingly dominated by the Executive
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Subject: Social Issues
Date: August 31, 2009
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Benemy (1965) states that as the monarch once dominated parliament and ruled as almost a tyrannical figure, this position has, although weakened, been shaped into the form of an “elected monarch” – the Prime Minister. Lord Hailsham, the Lord Chancellor during the 79-87 government explains the executive domination in the legislature as an “elective dictatorship”...
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Lord Hailsham, the Lord Chancellor during the 79-87 government explains the executive domination in the legislature as an “elective dictatorship”. However the executive has a varying hold over the legislature depending on strength in the lower house. There are however, checks and balances to ensure that the system works...
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