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Democracy – Part 2

This lesson forms the second part of a three-part unit on democracy.

Overview

This lesson forms the second part of a three-part unit on democracy. Pupils learn about the function of central and local government and the difference between MPs and councillors. Pupils explore the job of Parliament, taking a look at the role of the House of Commons and the House of Lords. They examine a range of issues faced by citizens deciding which political representative is best placed to help. Learning activities: Who are my representatives? Whose problem? Designing a new political party
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