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S. Presidents find themselves in from time to time with respect to members of Congress from their own party. As in other parliamentary systems, the prime minister is a member of the House of Commons and the other ministers are also MPs (four from the Lords and the rest from the Commons) and the cabinet makes national policy decisions as a collective body. One other point that is interesting about the role of Parliament in the British system is that Parliament is sovereign, meaning that no court or other entity has the authority to overturn an act of Parliament, and only Parliament can overturn its legislation.
This means that the government must enjoy the support of the majority of the parliament (or, at the very least, avoid being voted out by a majority of the parliament), and the parliament has the power to unseat the prime minister and the rest of the cabinet if they lose majority support in the parliament (usually via the parliamentary procedure known as a vote of no confidence). The upshot is that in such systems, the parliament is not only responsible for passing legislation, but is also responsible for creating governments (cabinets).
The court also ruled that it was up to the federal government to determine what a clear majority was, and this led Parliament in 2000 to promulgate the Clarity Act, which gave Parliament the authority to determine what constitutes a clear majority (Malcolmson and Myers, 2005, p. 44). Any future attempt at secession by Quebec is thus likely to be highly complicated, but that prospect seems to be receding, as support for independence among Quebeckers has dropped sharply since the mid-1990s. Canada has a parliamentary regime with a bicameral parliament modeled on the British Parliament.