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CELE SQE1 模拟练习

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In 1801, the Act of Union was enacted, leading to significant changes in the legislative landscape of the British Isles. After centuries of individual parliaments, Mr. Robert Lennox, a historian, explains to his students that this act created a singular legislative body for the whole region. 

Which entity was established by the Act of Union 1801?

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The Act of Union 1801 united the Kingdom of Great Britain and the Kingdom of Ireland to create the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland. This union was significant as it centralised legislative power within a single British Parliament at Westminster, thereby dissolving the separate Irish Parliament and bringing about significant political and administrative changes.

Key Point: The Act of Union 1801 is a pivotal moment in UK constitutional history, representing the centralisation of legislative authority and the creation of a unified parliament. This is an important context for understanding subsequent devolution and the evolution of legislative authority within the UK.



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