Who or what make up the Executive Branch of Government?
The President | The Vice President
Executive Office of the President | The Cabinet
In the UK, the three branches of government work closely together. The Departments of the Government make up the Executive Branch while the Prime Minister is in charge. The Executive Branch works under the Legislative Branch, giving advice, deciding on policies and implementing new laws. The Departments each have an MP in charge.
The executive branch of the government is responsible for enforcing the laws. The U.S. Constitution does not make this very clear; in Article II, Section 1 about the Executive Branch, it says only that "The executive Power shall be bested in a President of the United States of America." So, you have to look up executive power in a dictionary or encyclopedia, and it will say that the executive branch of government is charged with…