Edexcel Government & Politics - Unit 2 Governing the UK (09/06/16)

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    (Original post by xxvine)
    Don't say that lol
    I want them on separate sections
    deleted post, i retard, i tired
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    (Original post by jjbloomy)
    Has anyone got a plan or essay for how effective are backbench MPs?
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    Thank you!!
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    is there any chance that a coalition reform proposal question could come up?
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    Such stupid question, but I have to ask (just to be 100%):

    Is the 'executive' and 'executive power' essentially the government and powers of the government? I've seen the term used to describe both the government and the PM in particular.
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    (Original post by The Thing!)
    Such stupid question, but I have to ask (just to be 100%):

    Is the 'executive' and 'executive power' essentially the government and powers of the government? I've seen the term used to describe both the government and the PM in particular.
    yes
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    (Original post by stratagems)
    All of the questions are here laid out by topic.
    http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show...3&postcount=71
    no I mean like laws, things from the news etc.. thanks anyway
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    could someone please answer TWE does cabinet govt operate in the UK? pls
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    (Original post by popcornjpg)
    lol I thought you didn't like Parliament anyway tho :P

    dont u want PM and Cabinet and Constitution seperate?

    tbh I think it's likely for the examiners to break the status quo with the format rather than the questions, so the opposite of what they did with democracy
    I didn't
    I have an insurance but I concentrated on parliament and constitution
    PM was a back up but I'm very thin on that topic

    They will be absolutey horrible to after like 9 years to put them in the same section.
    My teacher said its unlikely because they do it specifically as Constiutiton and parliament are considered heavier topics than PM and Judiciary
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    Anyone got any examples for Committees (Mainly Lords), to do with holding government to account and also scrutinising legislation etc
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    (Original post by xxvine)
    I didn't
    I have an insurance but I concentrated on parliament and constitution
    PM was a back up but I'm very thin on that topic

    They will be absolutey horrible to after like 9 years to put them in the same section.
    My teacher said its unlikely because they do it specifically as Constiutiton and parliament are considered heavier topics than PM and Judiciary
    I still don't get that though lol.

    IMO Constitution is the easiest topic, followed by Judiciary, then PM and Cabinet, then Parliament.

    There just isn't as many details, examples etc. to learn as there is for the others.

    Like does anyone here find the Constitution difficult? It's the one topic that 90 per cent of people are relatively confident in it seems
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    (Original post by xxvine)
    I didn't
    I have an insurance but I concentrated on parliament and constitution
    PM was a back up but I'm very thin on that topic

    They will be absolutey horrible to after like 9 years to put them in the same section.
    My teacher said its unlikely because they do it specifically as Constiutiton and parliament are considered heavier topics than PM and Judiciary
    i am i exactly the same boat, i swear if i open the exam paper and this happens i will breakdown XD
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    I'm so screwed for this exam I've only managed to revise Constitution and Judiciary, about to start Parliament and will have to leave PM and Cabinet out.
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    (Original post by popcornjpg)
    I still don't get that though lol.

    IMO Constitution is the easiest topic, followed by Judiciary, then PM and Cabinet, then Parliament.

    There just isn't as many details, examples etc. to learn as there is for the others.

    Like does anyone here find the Constitution difficult? It's the one topic that 90 per cent of people are relatively confident in it seems
    Constitution isn't bad i guess ?
    I dont know about judiciary cause are bloody teacher didn't bother teaching us
    Parliament is terrible in comparison to PM
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    Apart from select committees and question time how are ministers held into account?
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    (Original post by Hurbad)
    Constitution isn't bad i guess ?
    I dont know about judiciary cause are bloody teacher didn't bother teaching us
    Parliament is terrible in comparison to PM
    yea thats what I mean, I think Parliament is the most difficult because the textbooks barely cover how in-depth everything actually is.

    also the most interesting topic tho IMO
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    anyone have a parliament and executive essay plan or essay
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    (Original post by afrosenju)
    i am i exactly the same boat, i swear if i open the exam paper and this happens i will breakdown XD
    I will walk out lol
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    (Original post by popcornjpg)
    yea thats what I mean, I think Parliament is the most difficult because the textbooks barely cover how in-depth everything actually is.

    also the most interesting topic tho IMO
    The most difficult I learned loool
    Just typical me isn't it
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    (Original post by xxvine)
    Apart from select committees and question time how are ministers held into account?
    Opposition days & adjournment debates
 
 
 
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