Today I am going to talk about the price minister of the United Kingdom. First of all, I will introduce the subject to you then tell you the Prime Minister's story then we will see what are the powers and privileges of the Prime Minister and finally we will talk about the current Prime Minister.
[...] Oral English – English Prime Minister Presentation Hello and today I am going to talk about the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom. First of all, I will introduce the subject to you then tell you the Prime Minister's story then we will see what the powers and privileges of the Prime Minister are and finally we will talk about the current Prime Minister. Introduction The Prime Minister of the United Kingdom is the head of government of the United Kingdom, he is then the head of the executive branch. [...]
[...] And it is only on the advice of the prime minister that the sovereign exercises many statutory and prerogative powers. But the function and powers of the Prime Minister are not defined by a precise text but stem from a historical development. Before entering the premises of 10 Downing Street, the now ‘new Prime Minister' must announce that ‘Her Majesty the Queen has asked me to form a government, and I have accepted' III. Boris Johnson Boris Johnson was born June in New York City and is a British statesman. [...]
[...] Elected at the head of the Conservative Party the following year, he succeeded Theresa May as Prime Minister and Boris Johnson led in January 2020 to the achievement of Brexit, which was followed by a trade agreement with the EU at the end of the same year. And at the same time, he is leading a controversial management of the Covid-19 pandemic. Je conclus avec : thank you for your attention avec cet exposé sur le Premier ministre de la Grande-Bretagne j'ai eu 15/20. [...]
[...] But his role was not yet that of today because the main function of the Prime Minister is to ensure the coordination of other ministers. The term ‘Prime Minister' is probably of French origin, Richelieu already wore it in the seventeenth century. Walpole carried the title of First Lord of the Treasury like almost all of his successors until today. It was during the reign of Victoria, the longest in the history of the United Kingdom after that of Elizabeth II, that the Prime Minister gained in importance vis-à-vis the monarch, the latter retaining essentially as a right that to be consulted, to advise and to warn. [...]
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