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England has no parliament of it's own, however the UK's parliament is situated in London, England. When England had a parliament prior to 1707 the Parliament's biggest duties were to approve new taxes and adivse the king of England.

There has not been an English Parliament since 1707. England is directly governed by the United Kingdom parliament at Westminster.

Answer 2 (UK Parliament)Parliament examines what the Government is doing, makes new laws, holds the power to set taxes and debates the issues of the day. The House of Commons and House of Lords each play an important role in Parliament's work.
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The English Parliament was the national legislature of the English.

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