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Explain how the Prime Minister can control the cabinet. (16)
The Prime minister is the head of the cabinet and although supposedly only
`Primus inter pares' he has a lot more powers in reality than the other ministers
of cabinet. He therefore controls cabinet in a number of ways.

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any minister that disagreed with her therefore showing that the Prime Minister is
in complete control of cabinet.
It is clear that in cabinet there is a lack of collective responsibility as the Prime
Minister tries to control the ministers. Although this backfired for Tony Blair when
two ministers, Claire…


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