This photo of the Houses of Parliament in
The Houses of Parliament is the seat of debate between the parties in
The Houses of Parliament are also known as the
The British Parliamentary system can (and does) seem to many a complex affair. There are two ‘Houses’, that of the Commons (an elected body) and that of the Lords (currently filled by hereditary titles and life appointments). Thus within the Houses of Parliament there are two ‘chambers’ where the different bodies meet. The elected Members of Parliament (MP) in the Commons, and Piers in the Lords. Debate, procedure and address is sometimes archaic, prosaic and often at times lengthy.
The Houses of Parliament are well worth a visit. Residents of the
Two fulll panoramic images taken of the front and back of the
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