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    Explain " It is argued that the UK Parliament has lost control over the UK
    government; that political power has shifted to a presidential Prime
    Minister and unelected bodies and advisers"
    Who are those unelected bodies?
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    Explain " It is argued that the UK Parliament has lost control over the UK
    government; that political power has shifted to a presidential Prime
    Minister and unelected bodies and advisers"
    Who are those unelected bodies?
    Stupid question with no real life situation to it. The power isn’t all with the prime minister and unelected bodies. Shoot the examiner please, ty.
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    Woksin why do you say so?
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    Unelected bodies would be the civil service and all of the extra resource that the PM has available to them, also stuff like the Downing Street policy office and Communications office. The question is a bit rubbish though
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