The informal powers of the prime minister

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Chief policy-maker for the government.
One of the Conservative policies for 2015 is NHS spending will be increased by a minimum of £8bn over the next five years and will remain free to use.
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Represents the nation to foreign powers.
Tony Blair had talks with George Bush over the Iraq war.
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Controls the business of the cabinet.
Appoints ministers, chairs the meetings and notes what was decided in the minutes.
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Can make decisions that are required to deal with a short-term emergency situation.
When there were floods in 2014 David Cameron held crisis cabinet meetings.
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Represents the nation to foreign powers.

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Tony Blair had talks with George Bush over the Iraq war.

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Controls the business of the cabinet.

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Can make decisions that are required to deal with a short-term emergency situation.

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