There is none, England is under the control of the British government.
The form of government in England is known as a Constitutional Monarchy. Laws are made by Parliament. The monarch has no actual authority.
In 1920, England was part of the UK's parliamentary system of government
The New England Colonies at first were "Royal Colonies" where England ruled them itself. Later on, they separated and became a new England Government.
Parliamentary First past the post.
England and Germany both have it.
England has a Constitutional Monarchy form of government . Head of the state is the queen of England who is a nominal head but the real power is vested in the council of ministers.
England is part of the United Kingdom. The government of the United Kingdom is a constitutional Monarchy. The laws are made by a democratically elected parliament.
the protestant reformation
England has a Constitutional Monarchy.
the form of government England established during the glorious revolution was a constitutional monarchy. which means the powers of the ruler are restricted by the constitution and the laws of the country.
Where a king and a queen rule the land. For example England
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It was a form of government in New England. People aired their grievances.
the most common place that they have oligarchy is England and china
They established there self as equal to the monarchs
The United Kingdom is comprised of England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, all of which have their own form of government except for England but strictly speaking its a country.
This can be a variety of answers depending on what country you live in. America has a democracy. England has a monarchy.
the will of the colonists rather than on that of the King of England.