United Kingdom Government.
The UK is currently divided into 650 areas called parliamentary constituencies, each of which is represented by one MP in the House of Commons. There are 59 from Scotland, 18 from Northern Ireland, 40 from Wales and 533 from England.
UK Government Website: https://www.parliament.uk
The Scottish Parliament is a democratically elected body comprising 129 members elected for four-year terms, from Scottish Constituancies.
Scottish Government Website: http://www.parliament.scot
The National Assembly for Wales is the democratically elected body that represents the interests of Wales and its people, makes laws for Wales, agrees Welsh taxes and holds the Welsh Government to account. It comprises 60 members elected from individual constituencies in Wales.
Welsh Government Website: http://www.assembly.wales
Northern Ireland Government
The Northern Ireland Assembly is the devolved legislature for Northern Ireland. It is responsible for making laws on transferred matters in Northern Ireland and for scrutinising the work of Ministers and Government Departments.
There are 61 members from different parts of Northern Ireland listed at the time of writing this.
Northern Ireland Government Website: http://www.niassembly.gov.uk
England is governed by a democratically elected body of 650 members from constituencies in England (82%), Scotland (9%), Wales (6%) and Northern Ireland (3%). England has no separate government.
59 Constituancies in Scotland
18 Constituancies in Northern Ireland
40 Constituancies in Wales
533 Constituancies in England
English Government Website: There isn’t one..
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