Today for UK Parliament Week I am explaining a bit about the structure of the UK Parliament, including the differences between Parliament and Government.
Although the work of both overlaps in many ways, they do both have very different roles and responsibilities.
It is important to note that as part of the devolution settlement the devolved administrations of Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland all have their own elected Governments and Parliaments. They operate largely the same way as the Central UK Government does and make decisions on behalf of the public they represent.
Watch my video to hear me explain the structure of the UK Parliament.