The UK parliament is made up of the House of Commons and the House of Lords. Members of the Commons are elected using the First Past the Post voting system. Members of the Lords are unelected.
In which year was the Scottish Parliament established?
How many MPs are there from Scotland in the UK Parliament?
The UK Parliament continues to make decisions for Scotland on?
Defence and Immigration
Education and Health
Transport and the Environment
Who is the leader of the UK government?
The Prime Minister
The First Minister
What are Parliamentary committees?
Organisations of people which try to influence decision makers
Small groups of MPs that examine legislation and the work of the Scottish government
Small groups of MPs who agree to changes in the law
A party political manifesto contains
A list of all the party members
A list of ideas and policies that if elected the party will attempt to introduce
A list of the most likely seats the party would win in the next election
Which one of the following people are not found in the House of Lords?
Church of England Bishops
People with experience and expertise
Which of these are the most widely read 'popular' newspapers in the UK?
The Sun and the Daily Mail
The Telegraph and the Times
The Sun and the Telegraph
What do insider pressure groups often do?
Organise publicity campaigns to get the attention of the media
Have the support of the government
They are unsuccessful in achieving their aims
What do trade unions have the right to do?
Organise a ballot before any industrial action such as a strike
Force workers to join the trade union
Break the law if the employer does not negotiate fairly