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    hi,

    we've recently got a new essay and I've almost finished it, however there is one question that really confuses me even though it sounds simple.

    question- the government asks whether the serration of powers makes it necessary for the prime minster to continue to answer embarrassing questions in parliament. the fear is that the bad publicity generated is undermining the morale of the troops.

    with this question i have a 300 word limit so im guessing I need to get straight into it and answer. I started of by explaining the separation of powers. also my friend told me to include the role of the prim minister so I did, and then I got stuck I don't know how to explain my answer. if anyone can give me tips or ideas I would be too happpppppyyyyy!!!

    thankyouuuuu
 
 
 

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