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England's History and Goverment

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Anthony Romanushko

on 11 February 2014

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England's History and Government
Introduction
Today we see England as one of the most influential countries in the world. With a democratic parliament and three branches of government, House of Lords,House of Commons, and The Judiciary. Also, this country has a Queen but today she is a figure head and a symbol of the nation.But it wasn't like this for all of England's history.
England's Early Ages
The Roman Empire had left Britain in 410 AD. For about 500 years the clans of Britain were at each other's throats until Athelstan of the Anglo-Saxons united the Anglo-Saxons to the Kingdom of England on the year of 927 AD, he then became the first true King of England. At the time the government of England was a total monarchy, and it would stay the way for very long.

England's Middle Ages
In 1189 Richard Lionheart lead England's crusades. At that time England also was very discriminant towards Jewish people, some of the wealthiest people at the time. The crusades as any war, cost a lot of money, because of this King John (Richard LionHeart's Brother) attempted to get money back by controlling the nobles, in reaction to the King's doings they forced upon him the Magnate Carta, a law document that protected their rights and limited the King's power.
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Meet Prime Mi nister
Sir Winston Chruchill
From 1940 to 1945 and 1951 to 1955 Winston Chruchill was a British Prime Minister for two terms. He is widely regarded as one of the most influential people in British history. So far he is the only British Prime Minister to win a Noble Prize in Literature. He is also known for being the first person to be made an honorary citizen of the united states.
England Today
Today England is ruled by Queen Elizabeth II and David Cameron is their prime minister. England is known for their great land marks such as Elizabeth Tower and The London Eye. England has had a massive impact on the world, present and past.
English Bill of Rights As Result of The Glorious Revolution
In 1689 the English Bill of Rights was published by the Parliament of England.In this document it lays down limits on the Monarch and sets out rights of Parliament and rules for freedom of speech,and now it required regular elections to Parliament. The English Bill of Rights was a big step to England's current government.
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