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2. What happens to a Bill that has been refused by the House of Lords but reintroduced to Parliament by the House of Commons?

  • It can never be reconsidered and must be scrapped
  • It has to wait a year before being reconsidered
  • If it is passed for a second time it can receive the monarch's approval and become law without the House of Lords' consent
  • If it is passed for a second time it automatically becomes law and does not need the monarch's approval

3. What is the stage called involving a Bill receiving the monarch's agreement to it becoming law?

  • Royal Assent
  • Royal Acceptance
  • Royal Approval
  • Royal Acknowledgment

4. What normally passes Bills before they become law?

  • House of Commons
  • House of Lords
  • Both Houses
  • Supreme Court

5. Do all Acts have to be passed immediately?

  • No, some can have a date set or a government minister nominated to choose the start date
  • Yes, all Acts begin on the day they receive Royal Assent
  • No, Acts never begin on the same day they receive Royal Assent
  • No, the monarch chooses its start date

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