What sticks out first when you walk out of Westminster Underground Station is the iconic ticking of Big Ben looming far over your head. You’re frozen in disbelief that a clock tower could be so golden and beautiful and in your admiration you walk into a business man. The street is swarmed by tourists with fancy cameras and men and women in suits carrying their take away food alongside their briefcases. Sounds are coming from everywhere and down the street you can equally see the busy River Thames filled with people crossing the bridge. All this overshadows the true center of power on the street: the Palace of Westminster, home of the Houses of Parliament.