Cambridge CAE Level-TestFree Cambridge CAE Level-TestCambridge CAE Level-Test for Grading and AdviceCambridge CAE Level TestChoose a suitable word or words for each gap in the text.Parliament is the supreme governing body of the United Kingdom, and consists in the House of Lords, the*of Commons, and the monarch.The House of Lords, referred to as the Upper House, is currently made up of over eight hundred members, and there is no upper limit to this number. Around seven hundred are life peers appointed by the monarch, on advice from the Prime Minister. The balance comprises twenty-six Church of England archbishops and bishops, and ninety-two hereditary peers. The main role of the Upper House is to scrutinise the*of government.The House of Commons is the*House and has six hundred and fifty members elected by the population of eligible voters. They include British, Irish, and Commonwealth citizens over the age of eighteen. Some are*because of their membership of the House of Lords or their civil status as convicted prisoners currently serving sentences. A small number of other categories are also*from voting.The party that wins most seats in a General election forms the new Government, which has a*of five years. The party with the second largest number of seats forms the Official Opposition. The monarch appoints the leader of the governing party Prime Minister, who in turn appoints certain other members of the party Cabinet ministers and junior*.The main role of the opposition parties is to*the policies and actions of the Government, through questioning and debate. Normally, non-ministerial members of the governing party are required to*the policies of the Government when voting on a debate. Since the Government holds a*in the Commons, it normally wins each vote and is able to proceed to the next step of the legislative procedure.On rare occasions, a member of the Commons might have sufficient reason to table a vote of No Confidence in the Government. When this happens, a debate ensues and a vote then determines the*of the Government. Should a motion of No Confidence be carried, members of the Commons have fourteen days in which to agree a new government. When agreement cannot be reached, an early General Election must be called.The monarch signs and endorses each Act of Parliament to allow it to become law. The monarch also appoints the Prime Minister of each new government and holds a weekly audience at Buckingham palace, when the Prime Minister sets out the latest happenings in Parliament and seeks the advice or comments of the*. Queen Elizabeth II has enjoyed the rights to be consulted by, to encourage, or to warn, thirteen British Prime Ministers since her accession to the* in 1952.First name*Last name*Email address*Confirm email address*Skype name*Submit to Elcox OxfordIf you are human, leave this field blank.