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    The Question with the statement 'Parliament carries out none of its functions adequately'; Does anyone have an essay plan answering this Q? Would be greatly appreciated!


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    (Original post by King Geedorah)
    The Question with the statement 'Parliament carries out none of its functions adequately'; Does anyone have an essay plan answering this Q? Would be greatly appreciated!


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    Look on page 22(right at the bottom), the photos I shared show the limitations of the functions... You just need to know the functions Name:  ImageUploadedByStudent Room1465331105.971224.jpg
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    Guys how would you answer 'how important is cabinet today' fml
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    (Original post by popcornjpg)
    source about final veto? AFAIK LC can only veto first recommendation, no powers whatsoever to veto second

    and with supreme court justices afaik he has no power at all in the process
    I directly quoted my Edexcel textbook. And I'm not sure what "afaik" means, sorry


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    (Original post by popcornjpg)
    source about final veto? AFAIK LC can only veto first recommendation, no powers whatsoever to veto second

    and with supreme court justices afaik he has no power at all in the process
    Never mind, as I clicked submit I realised that "afaik" meant "as far as I know". I might be the stupidest person in the land.


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    Okay so.... So far I have only revised Constitution. I also looked at devolution and EU in case they come up within questions. I still have to do PM and Cabinet, Judiciary and Parliament in effectively 1 and a half days (YELLS)


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    (Original post by mollyadtr)
    Look on page 22(right at the bottom), the photos I shared show the limitations of the functions... You just need to know the functions Name:  ImageUploadedByStudent Room1465331105.971224.jpg
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    Thanks!


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    Anyone have a recent example of a Private Members' Bill?


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    (Original post by King Geedorah)
    Thanks!


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    No problem! Hope they're useful to you ☺️


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    (Original post by King Geedorah)
    Anyone have a recent example of a Private Members' Bill?


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    Abortion act - it actually passed I can't remember much about it but you can look it up
    Also the live music act
    There are not any recent ones really as barely any actually get passed


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    For the question ' Parliament carries out none of its functions adequately' - what criticism would you write for the function of legislating?
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    (Original post by Student 1305)
    For the question ' Parliament carries out none of its functions adequately' - what criticism would you write for the function of legislating?
    Name:  ImageUploadedByStudent Room1465332588.681712.jpg
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    (Original post by Louise12307)
    Okay so.... So far I have only revised Constitution. I also looked at devolution and EU in case they come up within questions. I still have to do PM and Cabinet, Judiciary and Parliament in effectively 1 and a half days (YELLS)


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    The eu is scaring me lol
    What kinda things do we need to know?
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    (Original post by mollyadtr)
    No problem! Hope they're useful to you ☺️


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    I can't see it ??
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    (Original post by xxvine)
    I can't see it ??
    What the pics? have they gone corrupted again?


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    For parliament do we need to know theories of parliament power ?
    Like Westminster model, Whitehall blah blah blah?
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    (Original post by xxvine)
    For parliament do we need to know theories of parliament power ?
    Like Westminster model, Whitehall blah blah blah?
    Not that I know of...the only one we need to know is Westminster model and what bicameralism is in case they use that wording in the question or a source


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    Thank you for saving my life prbably 20 times now
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    (Original post by mollyadtr)
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    a recent one is the 'Riot Compensation Act 2016
    (Original post by mollyadtr)
    Abortion act - it actually passed I can't remember much about it but you can look it up
    Also the live music act
    There are not any recent ones really as barely any actually get passed


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    predictions???
 
 
 
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