England, Ireland, and Wales.
England and Northern Ireland.
England, Scotland, and Wales.
England and Ireland.
England, Scotland, and Ireland.
the Home Ministry.
the Ministry of the Exchequer.
the Ministry of International Trade and Industry.
the Ministry of Commerce.
the Ministry of Management and Budget.
is consistently high, reflecting a legal requirement to vote.
is consistently high, reflecting high levels of public interest.
has declined on a nationwide basis.
seems to make little difference to what party wins the election.
is consistently high due to the homogeneity of the Japanese electorate.
It defines the policymaking process.
It is an unwritten document based upon traditions and practices.
It provides the framework for government.
It defines the role of the prime minister.
It gives power to the monarchy.
it combines personality and economic considerations in campaigns.
it limits the part that money can play in campaigns.
its structure is based on a “first past the post” result.
it uses primaries to choose candidates for office.
it combines single-member districts and proportional representation.
members of the British civil service.
non-governmental organizations appointed by the government.
members of the British diplomatic corp.
a major British export to the rest of Europe.
need to know.
right to know.
professionalism of the media.
infringement on sovereignty.
incongruity of political interests between European countries and the national
interests of Britain.
need for international interdependence.
Britain’s forced adoption of the euro as their currency.
the monarchy and regional governors.
women, youth, workers, and tenant farmers.
left-wing political parties.