How are laws made?

In this lesson, you learn about the law making process and the involvement of Parliament. You will then begin to analyse the effectiveness of this process.

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Quiz:

How are laws made?

The Law

Q1.Which one of these is the odd one out?

1/6

Q2.Who makes the law official?

2/6

Q3.All laws that are proposed get made into laws

3/6

Q4.Both the House of Commons and House of Lords are involved in making law.

4/6

Q5.Once a law is made, it cannot be removed.

5/6

Q6.If Boris Johnson is replaced as Prime Minister in the next general election, will all of his laws be deleted?

6/6

This quiz includes images that don't have any alt text - please contact your teacher who should be able to help you with an audio description.

Quiz:

How are laws made?

The Law

Q1.Which one of these is the odd one out?

1/6

Q2.Who makes the law official?

2/6

Q3.All laws that are proposed get made into laws

3/6

Q4.Both the House of Commons and House of Lords are involved in making law.

4/6

Q5.Once a law is made, it cannot be removed.

5/6

Q6.If Boris Johnson is replaced as Prime Minister in the next general election, will all of his laws be deleted?

6/6

Lesson summary: How are laws made?

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