How is british government organized? What is its structure?
The British government is a democratic system, where an assembly of elected officials makes decisions on how the country is organized. The leader of this government is the prime minister, who is chosen from within his own political party, which is chosen by an electoral vote by the population every 5 years.
The prime minister then chooses the members of the cabinet, who are the ministers who make the most major decisions.
Below these are the members of parliament who introduce legislation and vote on bills. Britain also has a monarchic figure, but their duties are now almost entirely ceremonial, although they do have the power to veto laws and dissolve parliament but this has not occurred in decades.