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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #122320: Westminster system
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    1. The consists of a senior group of opposition spokespeople who form an alternative cabinet.

    2. 10 Downing street,also known as number 10,is the official residence and office of the .

    3. A is a politician who occupies the foremost bench of either the Government or Opposition.

    4. are so called because they sit in the rows of benches behind their parties' spokespeople.

    5. is an opportunity for MP and Lords to question government ministers.

    6. The , also known as the House of Peers, is the upper house of the Parliament.

    7. By tradition, the is above politics.He is supposed to represent the rules of the Parliament.

    8. The is informally known as the Tories.

    9. The explains the government's plans for the coming year.

    10. are elected to represent constituencies and may remain until Parliament is dissolved.









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