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- United Kingdom : Constitutional monarchy which includes England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.
- Parliament of the United Kingdom : The supreme legislative body in the United Kingdom its territories.
- Privy Council (UK) : Political body which advises the monarch, performs both judicial and executive duties, and is mostly composed of senior politicians such as the highest members of government.
- Cabinet of the United Kingdom : Add brief definition or description
- Prime Minister of the United Kingdom : The head of the British government, usually the leader of the largest political party in the House of Commons.
- Chancellor of the Exchequer : The head of the department of the British government that administers the public revenue, including the receipt and expenditure of money for public services.
- House of Commons (United Kingdom) : The primary legislative chamber of the Parliament of the United Kingdom.
- House of Lords : The second chamber of the Parliament of the United Kingdom.
- Scottish Parliament : Legislative body of Scotland, having authority over many aspects of Scottish political life including Health and Education; re-created by the Act of Devolution 1997.
- Welsh Assembly : Add brief definition or description
- Northern Irish Assembly : Add brief definition or description
- Member of Parliament (UK) : An elected representative in the House of Commons (the lower house of the legislative branch of government in the UK); they represent the public, debate legislation, vote on whether a bill should become law, and serve on various committees.
- General election (UK) : An election in which all seats in the UK House of Commons (the lower house of Parliament) can be contested.
- Leader of the Opposition (UK) : Leader of the largest political party in the UK House of Commons in opposition to the government; office held by Ed Miliband since September 2010.