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1) They can discuss the changes in would-be laws and suggest alterations - but they can't block the other house. a) b) c) 2) Members of it are voted for by the public. a) b) c) 3) The Prime Minister works here. a) b) c) 4) Decisions are made here. a) b) c) 5) Some people inherit their status as a Lord from their family. a) b) c) 6) They authorize taxes and government budget. a) b) c) 7) Members of the government's opposition are there too. a) b) c) 8) There are two red stripes on the floor members cannot cross. a) b) c) 9) They start the day with a common prayer. a) b) c) 10) The Throne of the Monarch is here. a) b) c) 11) The benches are red here. a) b) c) 12) They discuss affairs of the economy, science and the Constitution. a) b) c) 13) The Shadow Government works here. a) b) c) 14) The Monarch never enters this House. a) b) c) 15) Other members are specially chosen by the prime minister because they are experts in their field. a) b) c) 16) How often is there an election in the UK? a) every four years b) every five years c) every ten years 17) Who has the least power in the Parliament? a) The House of Lords b) The House of Commons c) The Monarch 18) Which of these is NOT a duty of the Government? a) to run the economy b) to protect citizens and keep them safe c) to check on the House of Commons 19) Who chooses the Cabinet Ministers? a) The Monarch b) The Prime Minister c) The Lord Mayor 20) How old do you have to be if you want to be a candidate in a general election? a) 18 b) 21 c) 25 21) How old do you have to be if you want to vote in a general election? a) 18 b) 21 c) 25 22) You can't vote if you are a a) 20-year-old university student. b) member of the House of Commons. c) 19-year-old prisoner serving your sentence for a criminal conviction.

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