RS Unit 8 1.8 Democracy Powerpoint

Section 1.8, Why is it important to take in democratic and electral processes?

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Democracy in the UK
· UK is a representative democracy (governed
by an elected parliament).
· Ultimately we vote on who we want to
represent us and make important decisions
for us.…read more

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When do we vote?
· Democracy means that all 18+ British Citizens
can help decide how the country is going to be
run.
· Every 5 years a general election is held where
people vote for the political party that will
form the next government.…read more

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3 Main Political Parties
In a general election, each party puts forwards to the people, its
own views on what it would do if it were elected to power.…read more

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Why is it important to vote?
· Politics affects every single person in the UK
and in everything we do.
· The people we vote for will be responsible to
control things like tax, benefits, education,
healthcare, human rights etc.
· Having a democracy means that people can
change their minds if they are not happy with
the current party in charge.…read more

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Taking Part
· Contact local MP
· Lobbying (trying to influence decisions made
by the government) privately or publicly.
· Become member of political party
(work/campaign for them)
· Stand for election…read more

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