close
    i'm a bit confused who governs england the "royal family or the prime minister ??

    why the royal family,if they have a parliment?

    0  Views: 2369 Answers: 4 Posted: 7 years ago

    4 Answers

    The Prime Minister and Parliament. They are like the President and Congress in the USA. The Queen has no real power.
    thats pretty much what i thought, sound like "the royal family"is pretty much a self proclaimed ,elitist, group of billionares.
    lets get the ball rolling
    England's form of government is a constitutional monarchy.
    Constitutional monarchy differs from absolute monarchy (in which the monarch has all the political power in his hands) in a way that the monarch (in our case queen Elizabeth II) doesn't have actual political power, and mostly only ceremonial duties. Therefore in england's case, the british parliament has all the political power in its hands and the prime minister is the head of the parliament.


    Top contributors in Uncategorized category

     
    ROMOS
    Answers: 18363 / Questions: 154
    Karma: 1094K
     
    Colleen
    Answers: 47519 / Questions: 115
    Karma: 953K
     
    country bumpkin
    Answers: 10996 / Questions: 160
    Karma: 802K
     
    jhharlan
    Answers: 9900 / Questions: 1105
    Karma: 736K
    > Top contributors chart

    Unanswered Questions

    441896
    questions
    710276
    answers
    514715
    users