An ignorant Yank asks for a primary textbook explanation of parliamentary government.
What questions identify questions of confidence for a current parliamentary government?
Surly the prime minister is not bound to call for a national general election whenever any vote in parliament is contrary to the prime minister’s preference? What determines if a question brought up for a vote is a question determining prime minister and their cabinet’s ministers entitlements to remain in office? It’s not entirely determined by the prime minister?
how does a majority member’s or any member’s bill reach the floor for a vote, if the prime-minister’s opposed to it being voted upon?
Every majority proposed bill can’t be a deal-breaker? What determines what bill constitutes cause for a prime minister to resign and or call for a general election?
Can any member propose a vote of no-confidence against any other member (which includes the prime minister)? Does such a bill reach the floor in a different manner?