In the United Kingdom's parliamentary system, the executive is not separate from the legislature. The cabinet is drawn entirely from members of the House of Commons and the House of Lords, and almost entirely from the former. Members of the cabinet are answerable to Parliament, and must be available to answer questions in Parliament, but Parliament can only dismiss them collectively.
The official opposition party (the party with the second largest number of elected members of Parliament) is headed by a similar group called the Shadow Cabinet.
The current Cabinet (June 12, 2003) consists of:
See also: cabinet (government)