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    1: American Government vs. British Government Neither the United States government nor that of the United Kingdom is ideal. Both systems are marred with serious problems that cripple their respective nations to some extent. Progress in Washington is often stifled by serious gridlock and partisanship is rampant. Relatively little has been done to stop blatantly corrupt practices such as bribery and gerrymandering. However, although the United States government is certainly flawed, it is relatively young

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    constitution, acting as an extra safety measure, also with the ability to criticize and approve laws. The judiciary upholds the law and represents such as the UK courts of law. The crown is the monarch, and Her Majesty’s role is to represent the United Kingdom as a symbol of ceremony and tradition, and sign bills into law. The most essential element that distinguishes the Westminster model is the executive power that is given to the largest party after a first past the post election. Additionally

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    Prime Minister Sushil Koirala’s supporters and opponents alike have dubbed and undermined him as inexperienced. He has taken it with equanimity, which must be commended. Recently, he conceded to his party workers that he did not have time to consult with them on the common minimum program and increase in petroleum prices. It was his humility, which must be appreciated. But it would be wrong to interpret his humility and equanimity as his weaknesses and underrate what he could perform. With a few

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    the people of the United Kingdom didn’t care about her or Prime Minister Callow’s well-being, only an entertaining story and laugh. Even though, it was only the beginning the episode is already full of captivating sounds and visual effects to make it seem thrilling. Just before the opening scene, there is a long beep tone to reel the viewers in. Throughout the episode, the characters spoke in dramatic tones, to stress their argument. Especially, when the demand of the Prime Minister having intercourse

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    This essay will introduce an important person of the United Kingdom - „The Iron Lady” - Margaret Thatcher. An intelligent girl and a hard worker, she took a degree in chemistry at Oxford, where she had started to be active in Conservative politics. She entered Parliament in 1959 in north London, and quickly became a junior minister in 1961. Margaret Thatcher was the first and only female Prime Minister of Britain and was in power from 1979 to 1990. The Iron Lady was the leader of the Conservative

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    leader in the beginning of his term as prime minister of Thailand, and did some good things that the people from Thailand has benefitted from, he later became a corrupt and a negative influence to Thailand politics and Thailand in general, and made the good he did earlier completely vanish. First sections I will cover some of the good things that Thaksin did for Thailand and Thai politics. I will first cover how he got power and eventually became the prime minister of the country, mention some of positive

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    of the Prime Minister in the Northern Ireland context and they will describe the style of leadership exhibited by their chosen Prime Minister. The discussion on the role of prime Minister will also focus on any major areas of controversy which arose during his term of office and an attempt will be made to evaluate the response of the individual Prime Minister to the controversy. During the course of this essay I shall be examining the role of Terence O’Neill in his term as Prime Minister

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    Churchill). Growing up, his father was the Prime Minister of Marquess of Salisbury, in Britain. His father was the one who influenced him into politics. Churchill’s father was such influence on him that after his father died, he wrote a biography on him. Later on in his life he took on many different political positions, such as; Secretary of State for the colonies and First Lord of the Admiralty, but the most important Prime Minister of the United Kingdom. As a young man in the early 1900s, Churchill

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    Thatcher was born in 13 October 1925 and was the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from 1979 to 1990 and the Leader of the Conservative Party from 1975 to 1990. She was the longest-serving British Prime Minister of the 20th century and is the only woman to have held the office. A Soviet journalist called her the "Iron Lady", a nickname that became associated with her uncompromising politics and leadership style. (Evans, Eric 2004), As Prime Minister, she implemented policies that have come to be

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    PRESENT DOMESTIC AND INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS OF THE UNITED KINGDOM Since the election of the present Government, the nation has continued to grapple with the effects of declining influence, both economic and political. There are riots in the streets, the economy remains as inefficient as it was during the “Winter of Discontent,” and Communism continues its advance unabated, swallowing up Afghanistan and keeping the eastern part of the European Continent in servitude. In this government, I am considered

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