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Key Stages: Key stage 3 - age 11-14, Key stage 4 - age 14-16, A level/key stage 5 - age 16-19
Subjects: Citizenship, Government & Politics
Topics: The House of Lords , The House of Commons & MPs , Introduction to Parliament, Parliament & government, The role of the monarch
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