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How many of you are aware of the policy of politics. How many of you understand what politics is all about and more importantly how many of you are aware that whether you know more than you let on to others - or not know of the policy of politics, you are involved with these policies, like it or not. Politics relate to many things that go on in and around your country.

Politicians are members of the Houses of parliament where many debates, disputes and arguments take place regarding the running of the country. At the end of the day, no matter what is being discussed at the time it will always boil down to money at the end of the day. The main man at this present time 2006 is the Prime Minister, Mr Tony Blair - a smart labour politician who you either love or loathe.

The policy of politics for those who gain no entry into the house of parliament have to sit back and await the outcome of what new laws and legislations are being imposed at the time regarding their futures. The house of commons is situated along side the river Thames in London. The place of residence for Mr Tony Blair the PM and family is number 10 Downing Street. The Chancellor of the Exchequer is namely Mr Gordon Brown.

Our involvement with the policy of politics entails how much tax we pay, how much a loaf of bread is going to cost or, how much the price of a gallon of petrol will be. The policy of politics also includes making decisions for others i.e. sending our armies to fight battles' to keep peace, restore communities or kill the enemy.

No matter how much you try to avoid the policy of politics – your chances of doing this is zilch unless you become a member of parliament who unfortunately all these rules and regulations do not apply too.

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