miércoles, 14 de abril de 2010
Since 1512 the Palace of Westminster has been the seat of the two Houses of Parliament called the Lords and the Commons is made up of of elected Members of Parliament (MPs) of different political parties; the party with the most MPs forms the Goverment, and it`s leaders becomes Prime Minister. Mps from other parties make up the opposition. Commons`debate can become hated and are impartially chaired bu an MP designated as Speaker. The commons formulates legislation which is first debated in both Houses before becoming law.