United Kingdom Political System

British politics is shrouded in centuries of history, and can seem confusing at first glance. Answer these questions about politics in the UK.
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Title given to the head of the UK Government
Prime Minister
Current hereditary 'Head of State'
Elizabeth II
First Chamber of Parliament, with 650 elected members
House of Commons
Second Chamber of Parliament, with a number of 'Life Peers'
House of Lords
Parliament's meeting place
Palace of Westminster
Two dominant political parties
Conservatives
Dominant party #2
Labour
London address which is home to the British Government headquarters
10 Downing Street
Group of senior ministers, including secretaries for Governmental departments
Cabinet
Title of the chief financial minister, and member of the above
Chancellor of the Exchequer
Member of the First Chamber, often found shouting 'ORDER' to the rest of the house
Speaker of the House
Area of Edinburgh, home to the Scottish Parliament
Holyrood
City which houses the 'Senedd Cymru'
Cardiff
The UK is one of few current nations to have an 'Uncodified __________'
Constitution
Year when the UK voted to leave the European Union
2016
Notable Agreement signed in 1998, and basis for Northern Ireland's current state of devolution
Good Friday Agreement
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