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    Core Executive 25 marker, possibly 'Is cabinet government an institution in decline?'
    I would actually love this question:congrats::congrats:
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    I feel like there are so many possibilities for the 5 mark question on constitution...
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    (Original post by TB99)
    Core Executive 25 marker, possibly 'Is cabinet government an institution in decline?'

    Could you evaluate that with the view of prime ministerial government?
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    What are the main differences between Pmb's and Edm's?
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    (Original post by Jamesk123)
    What are the main differences between Pmb's and Edm's?
    whats edm again??
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    do u lot have access to prechewed politics???
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    (Original post by BirdIsWord)
    Its happening lads. What are you revising? I'm doing Parliament and Constitution/judiciary.

    Any essay predictions?
    I'm doing parliament, prime minister and the judiciary. I know the content for the judiciary but when it comes to the questions I'm completely lost
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    (Original post by LenniesRabbit)
    I would actually love this question:congrats::congrats:
    has that question come up previously?
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    (Original post by sidrah97)
    has that question come up previously?
    I don't believe it has, to be honest. In most cases they ask if there is a prime ministerial government or presidential, but it would require you to also mention that there is a cabinet government. There hasn't been one specifically of cabinet government though, no.
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    What are the key things to know for Parliament and Core Executive?
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    parliament--> Does the House of Lords need further reform?
    How effectively does Parliament perform its various functions?
    core exec-->
    Are ministers more powerful than the civil service?
    Has the position of Prime Minister become too powerful?​
    (Original post by TB99)
    What are the key things to know for Parliament and Core Executive?
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    what are the predictions for constitution and parliament.
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    i think sources of the constitution will come up as a 10 marker
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    (Original post by lascelles101)
    whats edm again??
    Electronic Dance Music bro
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    hope this is helpful all the key words there are
    http://blogaspolitics.blogspot.com/2...-keywords.html
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    (Original post by Ivanhoe11)
    I feel like there are so many possibilities for the 5 mark question on constitution...
    Yeah but most of them are pretty easy though no? What are the harder ones?
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    (Original post by lascelles101)
    do u lot have access to prechewed politics???
    Yeah it's great
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    (Original post by lascelles101)
    do u lot have access to prechewed politics???
    no do you?
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    Btw anyone gonna be pulling an all nighter tonight? I got 1 hour of sleep last night as I had maths today so when I get home I'm sleeping till like 10pm then staying up until the exam
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    (Original post by govandpolitics)
    no do you?
    yeah it actually really good
 
 
 
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