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Great Britain = england, scotland, wales United kingdom = England, scotland, wales, north Ireland General elections = an opportunity for people in every part of the UK to tchoose there MP Member of parliament = the person who will represent their local constituency in the House of Commons for up to five years By-elections = when a member dies / has to be replaced (in certain constituencies) Constituency = in every … there is one member of parliament elected, he/she goes to the house of commons for up to five years MP = member of parliament, but in fact a member of the house of commons. You do get a salary Convassing = ask at people’s house to vote for you becoming a MP Marginal seat = you’ve won the selections in your constituency, but the victory was very small Proportional representation = an electoral system in which the amount of votes are reflected proportionately in the results. Divisions of the electorate are reflected proportionately in the elected body. All votes contribute to the result (20% of votes/20% of seats) Speaker = presiding officer of the House of commons. Presides and controls over house’s debated. (allowing people to speak during a debate. Responsible for maintaining the order. Partyless (used to be a conservative, isn’t allowed to vote, only when there is a tie. Mace = golden staff of speaker as symbol of his power and authority Presiding officer = highest officer of a group Cabinet = collective decision-making body of the government, meets at 10 downing street Chief mouser of cabinet = cat to catch the mice in the building, because it’s a very old building Chancellor of the exchequer = official name of minister of finance Secretary of the treasury = department of minister of finance Home secretary = official name of minister of affairs within the country The home-office = department of minister of affairs within the country Foreign secretary; foreign office = official name of minister of affairs abroad The foreign office = department of minister of affairs abroad Compulsory = leerplicht 5-18 year 7 = % that goes to private education 93 = % that goes to state education Comprehensive school = kids of mixed ability put together Grammar school = pre-university college Secondary modern school = applied vocation Standard assessment test = 3 subjects been tested at age 7: English, math, science Standard assessment test = 3 subjects ben tested at age 11: English, math, science General certificate of secondary education = 8-10 subjects been tested at age 11 6th form = do you attend before you can go to university Advanced subsidiary exams = test after first year, at least 4 subjects Advanced level exams = test after second year, at least 4 subjects Public school = a secondary school in the private system. Now belongs to a church or governmental organization, but original it was a school for general public, no matter religion. It used to be independent, it’s fee-paying. Rugby school; Westminster school; harrow school = Famous public schools Preparatory school = feepaying school for children of the ages 8-13 in the private system, preparing for (public or independent) secondary schools Coeducational = boys and girls in the same class o-type = system of ancient universities. You apply for college, then you study what you want oxford; Cambridge; Edinburgh = examples o-type 19th century type = system of 19th century. You apply for college. (3rd education) 20th century type = system of 20th century. You apply for college (3rd education) London university; durham university = examples 19th century type Redbrick universities = 20th century type College = name of the building (ancient universities) Faculty = subject you study (19th + 20th century) Lectures = collective colleges at ancient universities Bachelor’s degree; undergraduate = first three years of university Bachelor of Arts = BA Bachelor of Science = BSc Masters degree = after bachelor you can go for it. This takes 1 / 2 years. Master of arts = MA Master of Science = MSc Doctor of Philosophy = PHD Doctor of Philosophy = after your master you can go for this PhD (behind name) = benaming PHD door Oxford university D. Phil (behind name) = benaming PHD door Cambrigde university UK Honory Degree = everyone can get this degree for research/achievements (prestaties) Undergraduate = before a student has taken a degree Graduate = after a student has taken a degree Don = a college teacher, member of a group of learned people that work together Fellow = a graduate who has a fellowship at a university, a member of a group of learned people that work together Fellowship = academische positive Dean = administrative head of a college/faculty. Someone with significant authority over a specific academic unit Master = one ahead of a college. Someone with significant authority over a specific academic unit Principal = one in charge of a college. Someone with significant authority over a specific academic unit Quality newspaper; popular newspaper = main types of british newspapers Quality newspaper = broadsheet size. Serious, more text, longer headlines, formal langue, political viewpoint, focus on overzeas news educated readers Popular newspaper = tabloid size, human interest stories; more, larger phot’s, big headlines, popular language, larger readerships, political viewpoint, more focus on people inside stories › gossip Financial Times; Guardian; Independent Daily Telegraph = four types of quality papers Sun; daily mirror; daily mail = 3 types of popular newspapers Observer = Sunday edition of the guardian Observer; independent on Sunday, the Sunday times = 3 types of Sunday papers The economist = right-winged equivalent of the statesman. Newsmagazine with all kinds of subjects, especially financial news The statesman = left-wing equivalent of the economist. The private eye = an every fortnight (14 days) magazine, which exposes (belicht) scandals TV choice = the countyr’s best selling magazine ITV; bbc; channel 4; sky = broadcasting companies ITV = not a broadcasting company, mix of regional channels BBC = funded by license fees, everyone, who buys a tv, has to buy this also receives money by selling programs SKY; channel 4 = funded by commercials Theresa May = prime Minister UK, leader of conservative party Jeremy Corbyn = frontman labour party Tim faroon = frontman liberal democrats John Bercow = speaker house of commons George Osborn = minister of finance Amber Rudd = minister of affairs within the country Philip Hammond = minister of affairs abroid Michael gove = minister of justice Michael fallon = minister of defence Jeremy hunt = minister of health Nicky morgan = minister of education Sajid javid = minister of business Elizabeth II = queen King Henry 8th = founded Anglican church Justin welby = 1th archbishop John Sentamu = 2nd archbishop King james = translated bible in English Catharina of aragon = 1th wife henry 8th Jane Seymour = 3rd wife henry 8th Anne Boleyn = 2nd wife henry 8th Anne of cleves = 4th wife henry 8th Catharina parr = 6th wife henry 8th Catharina howard = 5th wife henry 8th Thomas beckett = 1th archbishop ever Sir John Thomas of Cwmgiedd = lord chief justice of England and wales, head of judiciary
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