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In my book it says this:

"Support for parliamentary reform is by no means universal. Some argue that the present arrangements have the advantage that they guarantee strong government, sometimes seen as one of the key advantages of the Westminster model." Shouldn't that be of the Whitehall model?
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Well Whitehall is a street in the borough of Westminster... surely it doesn't matter?
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Well Whitehall is a street in the borough of Westminster... surely it doesn't matter?
no lol cos there are different models of parliamentary power, and the westminster model and the whitehall model are complete opposites.
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Ah well after 30 secs research, you may indeed be correct lol
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