REPRESENTATIVE GOVERNMENT

 

SAMPLE BILL

HOUSE OF COMMONS REGULAR SESSION, 1830 BILL NO. (Leave Blank)

 

 

Parliamentary Compensation

(put in the subject of your bill)

An Act To Amend The Laws Relating To Salaries For Members of Parliament.

 

BE IT ENACTED AS FOLLOWS

 

1. Each member of the House of Commons shall receive for services

2. rendered, an annual salary of 400 pounds, to be paid by the

3. Treasury in equal installments on the 1st day of each month

4. The Speaker of the House shall certify whether the Member has

5. Regularly attended sessions of the Commons.

 

INTRODUCED BY:

Harry Rutabaga, M.P. of Ashburton

Member of A Committee

(put in your district

and committee or title)

 

I. THE BRITISH PARLIAMENT

 

A. HOUSE OF LORDS (UNIMPORTANT)

1. 898 Members - Hereditary

2. Titles And Lifetime Appoint.

B. HOUSE OF COMMONS

1. 630 Members - Elected From Single Member Districts

 

II. ORGANIZATION OF THE HOUSE OF COMMONS

A. SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE (NON-PARTISAN PRESIDING OFFICER)

B. CABINET (MAIN COMMITTEE OF THE HOUSE OF COMMONS AND PLURAL EXECUTIVE OF THE BRITISH GOVERNMENT)

1. Prime Minister (Chief Executive Of Cabinet - Hence Of The Government And Majority Party Leader

2. Chancellor of the Exchequer

3. Defense Minister

4. Foreign Minister

5. Home Minister

6. And About 20 Other Ministers

C. LOYAL OPPOSITION

1. Leader Of His Majesty's Loyal Opposition

2. Shadow Cabinet

D. PARTY STRUCTURE

1. Tory (Majority Party CA. 1830) (Gentry, landowners)

2. Whig Party (Minority Party CA. 1830) - Factory owners, towns

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