House of Commons of the United Kingdom
House of Commons is a sub-assembly of the British Parliament, which represents different elements and political parties in the British Nation with being one of the assemblies that fulfils the legislative duty. Unlike the House of Lords, consisting of approximately 700 noble members who gained their lordship by heritage, House of Commons consists of 650 members who are elected by their constituencies every five years. This House is committed to satisfying the public’s expectations from the government through law-making, which needs to be approved by the House of Lords.
Tackling Brexit with regards to how it will be applied within the constitutional structure of the UK