What features characterize the “complete parliamentary regime” in England?

At the beginning of the Victorian era, a “complete parliamentary regime” took shape in England, the main feature of which is the full recognition of the principle of responsibility of the cabinet of ministers to parliament:
– The Cabinet of Ministers is accountable to Parliament
– Expansion of freedom of speech, press and manifestation.

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