UK : Royal prerogative

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What is a treaty according to the provided information?

A written agreement made between two or more countries

What is the source of the monarch's powers according to the text?

Divine rights

What was the monarch's power originally considered to be?

Divine right

What is the role of the monarch in making treaties?

To make treaties on behalf of the Crown

What did the Bill of Rights of 1689 do to the monarch's power?

Limited the monarch's power

What is one of the powers of the royal prerogative?

To give orders to armed forces

What is a consequence of the monarch's power to grant nationality?

The monarch can grant nationality to foreigners

What was the monarch's power to deploy armed forces originally based on?

The divine right of kings

What is a result of the Bill of Rights of 1689?

The powers of the monarch were limited

Which of the following is a power of the royal prerogative?

Granting nationality

What is a function of the monarch in international relations?

Making treaties

What is a characteristic of the royal prerogative?

It is a power held by the monarch

What is the main purpose of a treaty according to the text?

To make agreements between two or more countries

What was the original basis of the monarch's power to deploy armed forces?

The divine rights of kings

What is the role of the monarch in granting nationality?

They grant nationality on behalf of the ministers

What limited the monarch's power after 1689?

The Bill of Rights

Who gives orders to armed forces?

The monarch directly

Test your knowledge of the UK government and monarchy, including treaties, the royal prerogative, and the Bill of Rights. Learn about the powers of the monarch and how they have evolved over time.

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