Democacy - Devolved and Reserved

Iona MacCaskill
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Features of a Democracy Devolved and Reserved Matters

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Question Answer
Features of a Democratic Political Society Voting, free speech, demonstrating, pressure groups and trade unions and mass media.
Reserved matters. The UK Parliament has sole authority over reserved matters. A reserved matter is a power that the UK Parliament has control over.
Devolved matters. A devolved matter is a power that is handed down from the UK Parliament to devolved administrations These are the Scottish Parliament, the Northern Ireland Assembly and the Welsh Assembly.
Devolved powers of the Scottish Parliament. Health, Housing, Planning, Environment, Local Government, Tourism and Economic Development, Social Work, Education and Training,
Reserved Powers of the UK Parliament. Defence, Social security, Foreign affairs, Constitutional matters, Immigration, Energy; nuclear, coal and gas, Equal opportunities,