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The United Kingdom (which includes England) is both a Parliamentary Democracy and a Constitutional Monarchy. All laws have to be debated and passed by the elected Members of Parliament. They also have to be given the Royal Assent (signed) by the reigning Monarch although this is just a formality as the Monarchy (Crown) isn't allowed to be involved in political decisions.

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