What does the government of England do for the people of England?
The government of England regulates how much money is allocated to each sector e.g.: Transport, Public Sector, Health, Education ect. Decides what rules are put in place to protect children and youths. And overall decides how the country is run.
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England was a monarchy until 1688 CE. While it was the monarchystate, parliament's power was limited by the ruler. After theGlorious Revolution of 1688, England became a const…itutionalmonarchy and parliament had more power than the ruler.
Parliamentary Monarchy. The Queen is the head of state, but thePrime Minister runs the country. . The UK is both a Constitutional Monarchy and a ParliamentaryDemocracy.
The UK is run by the royal family. The current monarch is Queen Elizabeth the 2nd
Her Majesty's Government is the leadership, under Queen ElizabethII, of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Nothern Ireland. Led by the Prime Minister and the ministers th…at he selects, 22 ofthese ministers, along with the Prime Minister, make up thedecision-making body, known as the Cabinet.
England was monarchic. Under the Anglo Saxons, there were a number of different forms of monarchy and a number of different small kingdoms. These were united by King Canute an…d subsequently conquered by William I who established a feudal monarchy. The nature of monarchy changed under Edward I, and became more and more influenced by Parliament as time passed. Various national charters were issued, the most important of which being the Magna Carta, and these were among the underpinnings of the national constitution.
The British Government is voted by the Electorate (registeredresidents of voting age) into power for a fixed term, currentlyfive years. Therefore, it is a representative syste…m.
she is basically the ultimate diplomat
No they left because they kept getting raped and it stunk of mouldy cabbage.
The people of England wanted a limited government because they wanted rules to protect there society..
The same as any other government - it governs.
The question is hard to answer as you don't say which specific changes you have in mind. As a general rule ordinary people were in medieval times not much affected by changes …in Government which anyway was mostly one king succeeding another. The effect of those changes was mostly indirect, as some kings were good administrators, and others were not. Changes of Kings mostly affected the position and power of the noble families around the King's court. The only change that in that era really affected ordinary people was the invasion and victory of William the Conqueror, as it caused the people's Saxon local overlords to be replaced by Norman lords.
Yes. England is part of the United Kingdom which is a ParliamentaryDemocracy.