"Britain has an unwritten constitution, it includes sovereignty in a parliament dominated by political parties. At the same time the British political system allows for the adequate representation of the people of Scotland."
For over a century the most visible features of British politics have remained the same: the unelected House of Lords, the government-dominated House of Commons, the major parties, the London based Civil Service and the national press. There have been some changes to British politics as in 1980's Margaret Thatcher centralised state power and reformed the Civil Service. New Labour's election victory in 1997 brought devolution to Scotland and Wales and attempts at a political settlement in Northern Ireland. Hereditary membership of the House of Commons has also been abolished.
Britain is a liberal-democracy.
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