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- James O'Driscoll
ISBN-10 0194306445 ISBN-13 9780194306447
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Study Cards on government, power, prime

Which phrase describes the role of the Prime Minister within the cabinet?
Primus inter pares, which means first among equals. 
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3 reasons for a modern PM's dominance over other ministers
1. Power of patronage
2. Power of the public image
3. Has more time to think about government policies, because other ministers are kept busy looking after their government departments.
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Mention the PMs of the last 50 years
Heath > Wilson > Callaghan > Thatcher > Major > Blair > Brown > Cameron > May
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Who live in Downing Street 10 ,11 and 12
10 = Prime Minister
11= Chancellor of the Exchequer
12 = Government Chief Whip
an their families
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