Parliamentary debate is a common college forensics activity. It has its origins in CEDA debate, but is less policy focused. Like policy debate, there are two teams, each consisting of two members. The proposing team is called the government and it consists of the prime minister, whose job is to introduce the case his team has come up with. His/her partner, the member of government supports the case, and comes up with aditional advantages to inacting the government's plan in his/her speach. The opposing team is called the opposition. Its members consist of the leader and member of the opposition. They can present disadvantages to the government's case, and even inact their own plan if necessary. Unlike policy debate, resolutions change with every round. The resolution is announced at the beginning of the round, and both teams get fifteen minutes of prep time.