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During the 19th century the House of Commons moved away from the monarchy and became: independent democratic anarchists
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User: During the 19th century the House of Commons moved away from the monarchy and became: independent democratic anarchists

Weegy: During the 19th century the House of Commons moved away from the monarchy and became democratic.
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User: Great Britain has this form of government: totalitarian parliamentary presidential

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User: The leader in majority party in the House of Commons is usually the: king queen Prime Minister

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Great Britain has this form of government is:: parliamentary.
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The leader in majority party in the House of Commons is usually the: PRIME MINISTER.
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