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by Neil McNaughton

Free eBook Prime Minister and Cabinet Government (Access to Politics) download ISBN: 0340747595
Author: Neil McNaughton
Publisher: Hodder Arnold (May 3, 1999)
Language: English
Pages: 126
Category: Social Sciences
Subcategory: Politics and Government
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TOPIC 3 The prime minister and cabinet Popular authority is exceptionally important as it can bypass the party and Parliament. Margaret Thatcher in particular was more popular than her own party, as was Tony Blair before 2003. A popular prime minister clearly can claim more power. As party leader the prime minister becomes automatically chief policy maker. I was behind on Tulane coursework and actually used UCLA’s materials to help me move forward and get everything together on time. Jill Tulane University ‘16, Course Hero Intern.

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Prime minister, the head of government in a country with a parliamentary .

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The Prime Minister is the most important person in British politics. The Prime Minister appoints his cabinet and makes the final decisions on major issues such as whether a referendum should be held on an issue such as the Euro or whether Britain should join a potential American attack on Iraq.

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On the prime minister, the main source is now Hennessy (2000). A brief updated summary of the continuing debate on ‘prime ministerial government’ is provided by Neil McNaughton in Talking Politics (2002). Dennis Kavanagh and Peter Riddell provide thoughtful complementary analyses of Blair as prime minister in Anthony Seldon’s The Blair Effect (2001). Older useful sources include King (1985), Jones (1990) and Foley (1993). On the Cabinet and the central executive generally see Rhodes and Dunleavy (1995), Burch and Holliday (1996), and Smith (1999).

Unit 1 People and politics . Democracy and politcal participation . Party politics and ideas . Elections . Pressure groups Unit 2 Governing the UK . The UK government . Parliament . The prime minister and cabinet . The judiciary and civil liberties show more. This was recommended to students as it comprehensively covers the course and is very student friendly. Keira Skillen, Politics and Sociology Department, Belfast Metropolitan College show more. About Neil McNaughton.

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