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Divide this text into sentences and correct mistakes: Health care, education, the environment, international aid, and crime issues are affecting all of our lives. They are shaped and driven by Parliament. But how did it all begin? What does Parliament do all day? And how do you fit in? Parliament has evolved throughout its long history to become what it is today. It has changed over time to meet the needs of the people. Two key historical events began this process. In 1215, King John put his seal on the Magna Carta and agreed to a list of 63 rules set out by a group of barons. This ensured, for the first time, that no one, not even the king, was above the law. Fifty years later, Simon de Montfort invited representatives of the towns to choose his 1265 Parliament. These events established the foundations for the representative democracy we have today. From this point onwards, the power to make decisions for the nation passed over time from the monarch to Parliament. Let's take a closer look at the UK Parliament today. Parliament is made up of three parts: the House of Commons, the House of Lords, and the monarch. The House of Commons is the elected chamber of Parliament. It debates big issues, proposes laws, amends existing ones, and challenges the government's work. There are 650 Members of Parliament, or MPs, who each represent a constituency in the UK. They belong to either a political party or are independent, and they are elected by constituents, the area they want to represent. The leader of the party that has the most elected MPs after a general election becomes the Prime Minister and heads up the government. They choose a cabinet made up of 20 senior ministers who coordinate each government department's work. The...