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1. What are two responsibilities that you will have as a British citizen or permanent resident of the UK?

2. Where is the Big Ben Located?

3.When were men and woman given the right to vote at the age of 21?

4. Where is the UK geographically located?

5. Who is the Patron Saint of Scotland?

6. Which two houses fought in the War of Roses?

7. The Bill of Rights of 1689 confirmed the right to vote for all adult men?

8. What is the Cenotaph?

9. Who was the first female Prime Minister of the UK?

10. Who chairs the debates at the House of Commons?

11. Who was the captain of the English football team that won the World Cup in 1966?

12. When did the English defeat the Spanish Armada?

13. Anyone can make a complaint about the police by writing to the police constable of the police force involved?

14. What is the minimum age required to serve on the jury?

15. How is the jury selected?

16.What is a Bank Holiday?

17. What will you be given to vote before a general election takes place?

18. Which of the following statements is correct?

19. By law, which TWO types of media have to give a balanced coverage of all political parties and equal time to rival viewpoints before an election?

20. Which of the following territories is a Crown dependency but is NOT part of the UK?

21.What did Sir Frank Whittle invent in the 1930s?

22.Who wrote ‘The Daffodils’?

23. Who was given the title of Lord Protector?

24. What are the 40 days before Easter called?

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08-04-21: There is a mistake in this video: St Helena is NOT part of the United Kingdom. Thank you. Rahil Teacher.

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1. What is the Home Secretary responsible for?

2. St Helena is a British overseas territory and is part of the United Kingdom?

3. Several Church of England bishops sit in the House of Lords?

4. When walking a dog in a public place, you must ensure:

5. Women over the age of 30 were given the right to vote as a result of their contribution towards the war efforts. Which war was that?

6. When did Ireland become a republic?

7. Where did the first farmers come from?

8. The national anthem ‘God Save the Queen’ can only be played in the presence of the Queen?

9. Who became Prime Minister and was an inspirational leader to the British people during WWII?

10. What is the title of the Queens eldest son, Prince Charles?

11. Under which king did the Anglo-Saxons kingdoms in England unite to defeat the Vikings?

12. When was the Magna Carta created?

13. Northern Ireland has its own banknotes, which are valid everywhere in the UK?

14.Which of the following plays was written by William Shakespeare?

15.How many members does a jury have in England, Wales and Northern Ireland?

16. Which two of the following religious communities celebrate Diwali?

17. What is Good Friday?

18. St Patrick’s Day is a public holiday in Northern Ireland?

19. Which was the last successful foreign invasion of Britain that took place in 1066?

20.Where are the Crown jewels kept?

21. Which sport can be traced back to the 15th century in Scotland?

22. Who was the first person in England to print books using a printing press?

23. Which court deals with minor criminal cases in England, Wales and Northern Ireland?

24. What did the Scottish John Logie Baird develop?

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1.Which of the following is a fundamental principle of British life?

2.Wales has its own established church?

3.What is New Year Eve called in Scotland?

4. Why did Henry VIII establish the Church of England?

5. What is the name of the long war the English kings fought with France in the middle Ages?

6. Who was supported by clansmen from the Scottish highlands and raised an army in 1745?

7. If you think someone is trying to persuade you to join an extremist or terrorist activity, who should you contact?

8. It is compulsory for 16 and 17 year olds to join the National Citizen Service programme?

9. What is the name of the tour guide that tells visitors stories about the Tower of London’s history?

10. Which two countries developed the Concorde, the world’s only supersonic commercial airliner?

11.Where is Snowdonia located?

12.Who wrote Sherlock Holmes?

13.Which country was invaded by Germany in 1939?

14. Who is the Patron Saint of Wales?

15. Lake District is the largest national park of England?

16. What is the name of the area in London where famous theatres are located?

17. Which two of the following are key roles of school governors?

18. What led the American colonies to want their independence from Britain?

19. When did the Black Death take place?

20. Who was the leader of the suffragettes, the group that campaigned for women’s rights to vote?

21. Cardiff is the capital of which country?

22. During the great depression in the 1930s which industry was badly affected?

23.Who was the first man in the world to run 1 mile in under 4 minutes?

24. Which jubilee did Queen Elizabeth II celebrate in 2012?

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How often are general elections held in the UK? Every 5 years

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1. What was the last battle between Great Britain and France?

2. Which flower is associated with Wales?

3. During the reign of Charles II parts of London were destroyed, what was the cause of the destruction?

4. How often are general elections held in the UK?

5. Scotland has its own banknotes, which are valid anywhere in the UK?

6. What charity works to preserve important buildings, coastlines and countryside in the UK?

7. Great Britain refers only to England, Wales and Scotland?

8. Who was the tribal leader who fought against the Romans?

9. Who was voted the greatest Briton of all time?

10. Which 2 houses form the UK parliament?

11.When did women get the right to vote at the same age as men?

12. Who is the head of the Church of England?

13. What sort of event is the Grand National

14. What type of literature are the Canterbury tales?

15. When is Christmas day?

16. Who supported King Charles I during the civil war?

17. What battle is commemorated in the Bayeux Tapestry?

18. Where was Anne Boleyn, the wife of Henry VIII, executed?

19. Racial crime and smoking in public places are examples of:

20. What type of character was played by Charlie Chaplin?

21. You have to be at least 21 to stand as an MP?

22. Who developed the Radar?

23. Where is the official home of the prime minister?

24. By law, which TWO types of media have to give a balanced coverage of all political parties and equal time to rival viewpoints before an election?

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1. When does Easter take place?

2. Which of the following in not a valid UK coin?

3. Where is the Eden Project located?

4. St Helena and the Falkland Islands are part of Great Britain?

5. Which TWO of the following are fundamental principles of British life?

6. Where should you register if you want to be part of the jury?

7. What sort of church is the Church of Scotland?

8. Where does golf come from?

9. When do the television and newspapers have stories that are jokes until midday?

10. What king was defeated by Oliver Cromwell during the Civil War and hid in an Oak Tree before escaping to Europe?

11. Who was the father of Queen Elizabeth I?

12. Complaints against the police can only be made by writing to the Police Complaints Commissioner?

13. Who is the Patron Saint of Northern Ireland?

14. What is the name of the period when new ideas about politics, philosophy and science were developed?

15. Which of the following statements is true:

16. Which of the following is an example of Civil Law?

17. When did Germany invade Poland?

18. In which battle did Admiral Nelson die?

19. William of Orange was asked by Protestants to invade England and proclaim himself king. But, when William reached England, there was no resistance and he took over the throne. This event was later known as the:

20. What sort of charity is ‘Friends of Earth’?

21. If a husband forces his wife for sex he can be charged with rape?

22. In which country of the British Empire did the Boer War (1899-1902) take place?

23. Which of the following actions is known as “canvassing”?

24.Which novel written by JRR Tolkien was voted the country’s best-loved novel in 2003?

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1. As a British citizen, what are your responsibilities (choose TWO answers)?

2. Who made the first coins to be minted in Britain?

3. Who built the Tower of London?

4. There are 15 national parks in England, Wales and Scotland. What are national parks?

5. Northern Ireland has its own established church?

6. Which three territories form Great Britain?

7. How often is ‘Prime Minister’s Question’ held in the parliament?

8. Which king was executed in 1649?

9. Where was William Shakespeare born?

10. Which two of the following are famous British Paralympians?

11. Who was reigning in Britain when English settlers first began to colonise the eastern coast of America?

12. Scotland and Wales have a system called ‘individual registration’ where all those entitled to vote must complete their own registration form?

13. On what day is the birth of Jesus celebrated?

14. What sort of battle was the ‘Battle of Britain’, fought between Germany and Britain in the summer of 1940?

15. Where is Swansea located?

16. Which two political parties formed a coalition in 2010?

17. Who established the Church of England?

18. In 1348, one third of the population in England, Wales and Scotland dies as a result of which disease?

19. Haggis is the traditional food of which area?

20. Which court deals with minor criminal offences in Scotland?

21. Which two of the following records give us information about England during the reign of William I?

22. In 1913, the British government promised ‘Home Rule’ in Ireland, why were any changes in Ireland delayed until 1921?

23. Which of the following statements are true?

24.What two documents do you need to apply for a National Insurance Number?

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1. As a British Citizen, you should:

2. When is Halloween Celebrated?

3. The Bill of Rights of 1689 gave women the right to vote?

4. What is the name of the most famous cricket competition played between England & Australia?

5. What was the biggest source of employment in the 18th century?

6. In 1314 the Scottish, led by Robert the Bruce, defeated the English at the battle of Bannockburn, and Scotland remained undefeated by the English?

7. Which of the following is an example of a Criminal offence?

8. Which Scottish Clan was killed for not taking the oath?

9. Which two issues can devolved administrations pass laws on?

10. The assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria in 1914 led to which of the following wars?

11. What is the capital city of Scotland?

12. In 1833 the Emancipation Act abolished slavery throughout the British Empire?

13.What is the name of the process by which many Scottish landlords destroyed individual small farms (known as ‘crofts’) to make space for large flocks of sheep and cattle?

14. The Falkland Islands are a British overseas territory and are part of the United Kingdom?

15. Which two of the following are Civil War Battles?

16. What was the name of the activist group who fought for the women’s right to vote?

17. What UK landmark was voted as Britain’s favourite view in 2007?

18. Who were the first people to live in Britain in what we call the Stone Age?

19. What is the name of the movement against the authority of the Pope and the ideas of the Catholic Church that took place during the reign of Henry VIII?

20. What do you need to do to apply for a National Insurance Number?

21. Which of the following is a major horse-racing event in England?

22. How many members make up the jury in Scotland?

23. What is known as Lent?

24. What was the last successful foreign invasion of England?

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1. World War 2 started as a result of Germany invading which country?

2. Which flower is associated with Scotland?

3. Complaints against the police can only be made by writing to the Police Complaints Commissioner?

4. Which of the following is a responsibility of the Home Secretary?

5. When is St David’s Day celebrated?

6. What happened to ‘Mary, Queen of Scots’ after she spent 20 years in prison?

7. Which of the following lines are from the National Anthem (Choose 2)?

8. Northern Ireland and Scotland have their own banknotes, which are valid anywhere in the UK?

9. How many national parks are there in England, Wales and Scotland?

10. Is Northern Ireland part of Great Britain?

11. If you’re a dog owner, which two things should your dog’s collar have when you go out for a walk?

12. What day related to the death of Jesus Christ?

13. Who is the heir to the throne of England?

14. What was achieved with the Magna Carta?

15. Female genital mutilation (FGM) or taking a girl or women abroad is illegal in the UK and it is a criminal offence?

16.What year where women given the right to vote?

17. Which two of the following are British overseas territories?

18. Who did the English defeat in 1588?

19. Who designed the Cenotaph?

20. How often are the members of the Welsh Assembly (AMs) elected?

21. During which period did the Beatles become popular and social laws were liberalised?

22. The Man Booker Prize is awarded in which of the following categories?

23. What sort of election takes place when a member of parliament (MP) dies or resigns?

24. What is the Turner Prize?

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1. Which flower is associated with Northern Ireland?

2. The last battle between Britain and France was the Battle of Waterloo?

3. £100 is the highest value note in circulation in the UK?

4. Where is Lake District National Park located?

5.Which two responsibilities will you have as a British Citizen?

6. Who was born in Stratford-upon-Avon?

7. Why is 1928 an important year in women’s voting history?

8. What does Hogmanay refer to?

9.What is the capital city of Northern Ireland?

10. Which of the following wars took place between 1899 and 1902 in South Africa?

11. Northern Ireland uses a system called ‘individual registration’ where all those entitled to vote must complete their own registration form?

12. Which two of the following policies are not controlled by the devolved administrations?

13. How old do the citizens of the UK, Irish Republic or the Commonwealth have to be to stand for public office?

14. How did the Government promote policies of free trade during the Victorian Age?

15. Who was Admiral Nelson?

16. During the middle Ages, who were the serfs?

17. Which invention leads to the rapid development of the industry in Britain during the 18th and 19th century?

18. MPs can only be contacted by post?

19. What movement challenged the authority of the Pope?

20. Which British King introduced the Doomsday Book?

21. What did the ‘Butler Act’ introduce in 1944?

22. What is the Small Claims Procedure?

23. What building was constructed in Hyde Park to hold the Great Exhibition of 1851?

24. Who was Florence Nightingale?

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1.Who is the patron saint of England?

2. Where are Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park located?

3.Wales has its own established church?

4.Which stories are associated with Geoffrey Chaucer?

5. When is Boxing Day celebrated?

6. What is the name of the holiday when banks and many other businesses are closed for the day?

7. Why were women given the right to vote?

8. What do you need to drive in the UK?

9. Where does “the Fringe” festival take place?

10. How many members does the Welsh Assembly have?

11. The name or photographs of young people found guilty of a crime can be published in newspapers or used in the media?

12. What was Edward Elgar famous for?

13. Which of the following is not a British bank note?

14. Where does the Scottish Grand national take place?

15. When did the UK join the EU?

16. During the reign of Elizabeth I, a large fleet of ships was sent to England to conquer the country and to restore Catholicism, where did the fleet come from?

17. What did the Habeas Corpus Act introduce?

18. What did Emmeline Pankhurst fight for?

19. What are ‘the Proms’?

20. What was Isaac Newton known for?

21. When did World War 1 come to an end?

22. Who built a wall in the north of England to keep out the Picts (ancestors of the Scottish people)?

23. Which 2 universities participate in an annual rowing race that takes place on the River Thames?

24. Does England have a written constitution?

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1. Is St Helena part of the UK?

2. Where is Theatreland?

3.What is the name of the UK currency?

4. What other name is given to Diwali?

5. What is the Enlightenment?

6. Which of the following charities helps the environment?

7. Which of the following was a crucial aerial battle fought between Germany and Britain during WWII?

8. What was Margaret Thatcher famous for?

9. Which 2 languages combine to become one English language?

10. By law, radio and television coverage of the political parties must be balanced and so equal time must be given to rival viewpoints?

11. Where did the Spanish armada come from?

12. What is the name of the war memorial located in Whitehall?

13. The UK government has never suspended the Northern Ireland Assembly?

14. Who is responsible for the opening of the new parliamentary session each year?

15. When was the Doomsday Book written?

16. The Northern Ireland Assembly cannot make decisions on which 2 of the following issues?

17. What should you do to make a complaint about the police (choose 2 answers)?

18. What flower did William Wordsworth write about?

19. When is St Andrews day celebrated?

20. Can the National Anthem be played if the Queen is not present?

21. When were the first coins in Britain made?

22. Who was Emmeline Pankhurst?

23. Who did Britain fight against in the Crimean War?

24. How old do you have to be to buy alcohol in the UK?

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1. Which of the following is a Crown Dependency but is not part of the UK?

2. Is the BBC controlled by the government?

3. How many members does the Northern Ireland Assembly have?

4. Who was in charge of the British fleet at the Battle of Trafalgar?

5. What was inscribed in the first coins to be minted in Britain during the Iron Ages?

6. Towns, cities and rural areas in the UK are governed by Government appointed officials?

7. Where is the Tate Art Gallery located?

8. The version of the Bible created by King James I is known as?

9. What is the period of the 1960s known for?

10. Between 1680 and 1720 many refugees called Huguenots came to England, which country did they come from?

11. What is the most famous tennis tournament played in the UK?

12. MPs can only be contacted at their office in the House of Commons?

13. What is the day when jokes are published in newspapers and telecasted on TV?

14. Which Scottish king defeated the English at the Battle of Bannockburn?

15. Who invented the World Wide Web?

16. How are Civil servants appointed and what political party do they belong to?

17. What is known as the ‘Dunkirk Spirit’?

18. You have to be at least 21 to serve in the jury?

19. If you wish to be a permanent resident or citizen of the UK, you should (choose 2)?

20. Which of the following major sports events took place in the UK in 2012?

21. Charles I believed in ‘Divine Right of Kings’ so he tried:

22. What is the Union Jack?

23. Who was voted the greatest Briton of all time in 2002?

24. Which of the following statements are true?

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1. When is St George’s day?

2. Which is the largest National park in England?

3. Boudicca, was a tribal leader who fought against which foreign invaders?

4. Which of the following poems is about a group of people going on a pilgrimage?

5. What are public holidays called?

6. How did Charles II manage to escape to Europe after his defeat in the Civil War?

7. Who defeated the Vikings?

8. Who was William Caxton?

9. Where do beefeaters serve as tour guides?

10. During the rebellion of the clans in Scotland, Bonnie Prince Charlie was supported by clansmen from which Scottish region?

11. What religion did Elizabeth I follow?

12. Who became famous for his tramp character in silent movies?

13. Which armed force was used in the Battle of Britain?

14. In the UK, you have to be 21 years old to be able to vote in the general election?

15. Which of the following poets was inspired by nature?

16. Against which country did Britain fight at the Battle of Waterloo?

17. Who was William Wilberforce?

18. Who is the spiritual leader of the Church of England?

19. James I was king of which country before becoming king of Great Britain?

20. Which of the following statements is correct?

21. Which country sent a fleet of ships to Britain in 1588?

22. Where is the National Horseracing Museum located?

23. Which of the following castles is located in Scotland?

24. How often are European parliamentary elections held?

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1. When is St Patricks day celebrated?

2. How are the members of the Northern Ireland parliament elected?

3. Who was the first British Prime Minister?

4. Which of the following actresses has not won an Oscar?

5. During the Enlightenment, Adam Smith developed ideas about:

6. Who died at the Battle of Trafalgar?

7. When is Hogmanay celebrated?

8. Proceedings in parliament are broadcasted television and published in official reports known as:

9. Which of the following is a Rugby competition?

10. Who appoints life peers in the House of Lords?

11. Who mapped the coast of Australia?

12. What was the first war to be extensively covered by the media?

13. Which of the following monuments is located in Wiltshire?

14. Who was the first Archbishop of Canterbury?

15. How old do you have to be to go into gambling or betting clubs?

16. The system of Government in the UK is a parliamentary democracy?

17. What is the traditional food of Northern Ireland?

18. Who was elected as British Prime Minister in 1945?

19. How many times has the UK hosted the Olympics?

20. Why were canals built during the Industrial Revolution?

21. Are Civil Servants appointed by the Government?

22. Which of the following countries helped Britain to develop the Concorde?

23. Which invention leads to the development of England during the Industrial Revolution?

24. Who was the tribal leader who fought against the Romans?

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1. What 2 languages were used across Britain during the middle Ages?

2. In 1776, which British colonies declared their Independence because they demanded that there should be ‘no taxation without representation’?

3. When was England ruled by a republic and not by a Monarch?

4. Which film produced in the UK was one of the most commercially successful films of all time and one of the most highest-grossing film franchises?

5. When did the first farmers come to Britain?

6. When did the First World War end?

7. Can court orders be obtained to protect a person from being forced into marriage?

8. What medal did Mary Paters win in 1972 Olympics?

9. In England, Wales and Northern Ireland Youth Court cases are normally heard by?

10. What was invented by Alan Turning in the 1930s?

11. Which of the following tells us about how people lived in England just after the Norman Conquest?

12. Who led a team of scientists to ‘split the atom’ for the first time?

13. What song is sung by people in the UK and other countries when they’re celebrating the New Year?

14. Which two fought in the English Civil War of 1642?

15. Which 2 of these forts were part of Hadrian’s Wall?

16. What were the religions of the Puritans?

17. What is the name of the Irish people who favoured complete independence from the UK in the 19th century?

18. Which 2 British pop music group were famous during the Swinging Sixties?

19. What is the minimum age required to drive a motorcycle?

20. The members of the House of Lords, known as peers, are elected by the people?

21. When did the Emancipation Act abolish slavery throughout the British Empire?

22. Who is responsible for crime, policing and immigration?

23. What kind of genre was the film Wallace & Gromit created by Nick Park?

24. Anyone who is violent towards their partner- whether they are a man or woman or living together – can be prosecuted?

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1. Who was reigning in England when Wales became formally united with England by the Act for the Government of Wales?

2. During the reign of Henry VIII, Wales became formally united with England by the Act for the Government of Wales?

3. Which TWO of the following are environmental charities?

4. The National Trust and Friends of the Earth are environmental charities?

5. Where is the city of Swansea located?

6. Haggis is the traditional food of which country?

7. How many people are in a jury in England?

8. How many people are in a jury in Scotland?

9. At what age can you smoke in the UK?

10. At what age can you buy alcohol?

11. What age can you drive?

12. What age can you ride a moped?

13. Who is the longest serving UK prime minster?

14. What is the minimum age required to serve on the jury?

15. What is New Years Eve Called in Scotland?

16. When is St Andrew’s day celebrated in Scotland?

17. Channel Islands are dependent territories of the British Crown?

18. The Scottish Parliament is in Holyrood, Edinburgh?

19. Which English king stopped the Vikings from invading England?

20. Name 2 responsibilities of British citizen?

21. Which fleet was defeated in 1588 by the English?

22. Name the 2 roles of a school governor?

23. Scottish banknotes are accepted elsewhere in the UK?

24. Where is Lake District is located?

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1. Where lake district is located?

2. Where was Charles II when he was appointed as the King of the United Kingdom?

3. Which sport is associated with Wimbledon?

4. The National Trust and Friends of the Earth are environmental charities?

5. When could women vote at the same age as men?

6. Minor cases in England can be heard at the Magistrate’s Court and the Judge’s District Court?

7. The minimum age to serve on a jury is 21?

8. Darts is a popular game played in pubs?

9. What is New Year’s Eve called in Scotland?

10. When is the Christmas day?

11. What is the capital city of Scotland?

12. How many members are there in the jury in Wales, England and Northern Ireland?

13. When was the last successful foreign invasion of England?

14. What is the Turner Prize?

15. Who was William Wilberforce?

16. On which day did Jesus Christ die?

17. Who can apply for the National Citizen Service Programme?

18. Who invented the jet engine?

19. What is the legal age for national lottery?

20. Which flower is associated with Northern Ireland?

21. When is ST Patrick’s day?

22. What do you need to apply for a National Insurance Number?

23. Which TWO laws can Wales make?

24. Where is Big Ben located?

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1. Is it true that one third of the population died during The Black Death?

2. St Helena is a British overseas territory and is part of the UK?

3. The Justice of the Peace Court deals with minor criminal cases in Wales England and North Ireland?

4. Who came from the Netherlands to become the British Monarch?

5. What is the maximum amount you can claim through the small claims procedure in Scotland & Northern Ireland?

6. Where is the Giants Causeway located?

7. Where is Skara Brae?

8. Where is the Scottish Parliament is located?

9. What time do pubs usually open on a Sunday in the UK?

10. Which two houses form the UK parliament?

11. Nick Park has won four Oscars for his animated films, including three for films featuring:

12. Who was the British scientist who co-discovered the structure of the DNA molecule in the 1950s?

13. What percentage of the UK population has a parent or grandparent born outside of the UK?

14. Which historical monument did William the Conqueror build?

15. When is Remembrance Day?

16.The Turner Prize is an award for what?

Which two of the following are British overseas territories?

18. Who was the British scientist who co-discovered the structure of the DNA molecule in the 1950s?

19. What percentage of the UK population has a parent or grandparent born outside of the UK?

20. Police complaints can be made where?

21. Which flower is associated with Scotland?

22. Who is the patron saint of Scotland?

23. Great Britain refers to which three countries?

24. What is the minimum driving age for the moped?

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1. Henry VII married whom after War of Roses?

2. What is sent by post to collect before you can vote?

3. The Justice of the Peace Court deals with minor criminal cases in Wales England and North Ireland?

4. Which country competed with England for trade in 1800s?

5. Who was the inventor of the radar?

6. Isaac Newton had theory about?

7. What are the Channel Islands?

8. How many MSPs are in Scotland?

9. Admiral Nelson fought against which country?

10. When did World War 1 start?

11. What are two responsibilities of British people?

12. Golf invented in which century?

13. Who is the husband of Queen Elizabeth II?

14. Minor cases in Northern Ireland are heard in which court?

15. Who was the Anglo Saxon king who fought against the Vikings?

16. What was the population of UK in 1951?

17. When did men and women get to vote at age of 21 for first time?

18. Charlie Chaplin was famous for playing what role in his movies?

19. When was the United Nations set up?

20. Where is the Giant’s Causeway located?

21. Which Paralympic athlete has won gold medals for swimming at the 2008, 2012 and 2016 Paralympic Games?

22. Each of the UK countries is associated with a flower symbol, which country is associated with the rose?

23. Who was the leader of the Labour Party who introduced a Scottish Parliament and a Welsh Assembly?

24. Who was the British scientist who co-discovered the structure of the DNA molecule in the 1950s?

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1. Who was the first person to lead a Roman invasion in Britain in 55 BC?

2. What name is given to the tombs where people buried their dead during the Bronze Age?

3. What did the ‘Bill of Rights’ confirm in 1689?

4. Who designed the Clifton Suspension Bridge located over the Avon George?

5. During the Middle Ages, England was an important trading nation and people came to England from abroad to trade and also to work. Where did the glass manufacturers come from?

6. Which American President worked closely with Margaret Thatcher?

7. Who was the first Archbishop of Canterbury?

8. Who was the first wife of Henry VIII?

9. Which of the following flags is not represented in the union flag?

10. When did ‘the Concorde’ aircraft fly for the first time?

11. By what other name is the Conservative Party also known as?

12. When did Adolf Hitler come to power in Germany?

13. What was inscribed in the first coins to be minted in Britain during the Iron Age?

14. When did Emmeline Pankhurst set up the Women’s Franchise League, which fought to get the vote in local elections for married women?

15. In which English county is the monument of Stonehenge located?

16. What is the best-known work from Robert Burns?

17. Which of the following crosses does NOT form part of the Union Flag?

18. What British actor was best known for his roles in various Shakespeare plays?

19. What name is given to the period of rapid development of industry in Britain in the 18th and 19th centuries?

20. Who was responsible for the construction of the Great Western Railway?

21. Which TWO of the following forts form part of Hadrian’s Wall?

22. Why did Elizabeth I keep her cousin Mary prisoner for 20 years?

23. What was the name of the first cloned mammal?

24. How many British casualties were recorded during the First World War?

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1. As a British citizen, what are your responsibilities (choose TWO answers)?

2. What characterised the Bronze Age?

3. What is New Year Eve called in Scotland?

4. Who was known as the Iron Duke?

5. Which of the following is NOT a British invention?

6. When did Argentina invade the Falklands Islands?

7. When did Alexander Fleming win the Nobel Prize in medicine for the discovery of penicillin?

8. When did the Roman army leave Britain?

9. Who was voted the greatest Briton of all time?

10. How long did the First World War last for?

11. Who was Henry VII?

12. What is the capital city of Scotland?

13. In 1833 the Emancipation Act abolished slavery throughout the British Empire?

14. After the Black Death, the growing wealth in the towns led to the development of a strong middle class.

15. What was the ability of the Harrier jump jet aircraft?

16. Which TWO of Henry VIII’s wives were accused of taking lovers and executed?

17. Which two scientists led a team which was the first to succeed in cloning a mammal, Dolly the sheep?

18. What British discovery was influential in the development of computer science and the modern-day computer?

19. Which famous philosopher developed ideas about human nature during the 18th century and that have continued to influence philosophers over the years?

20. When did the ‘Concorde’ aircraft carry passengers for the first time?

21. Which prehistoric village located in northern Europe has helped archaeologists to understand more about how people lived near the end of the Stone Age?

22. During the Middle Ages, a Parliament was developed in Scotland, which had three Houses called Estates. These were:

23. Which of the following scientific discoveries helped the progress of the Industrial Revolution?

24. Where in England was one of the Anglo-Saxon kings buried with treasure and armour?

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1. Which of the following words comes from the Norman French (choose two options)?

2. Catherine Parr, the sixth wife of Henry VIII, was Anne Boleyn’s cousin:

3. What was the symbol of York during the Wars of the Roses?

4. During which movement the Parliament passed laws giving women the right to equal pay and made it illegal for employees to discriminate against women because of their gender:

5. Where can you find a statue of Boudicca, the queen of the Iceni and one of the tribal leaders who fought against the Romans?

6. For how long was Britain a republic under the leadership of Oliver Cromwell?

7. When did the ‘Concorde’ aircraft retire from service?

8. When did the Allies defeat Germany marking the end of the Second World War?

9. During the Middle Ages, England was an important trading nation and people came to England from abroad to trade and also to work. Where did the weavers come from?

10. Who appoints life peers in the House of Lords?

11. The ‘swinging sixties’ was a period of significant social change and it was known for its growth in:

12. Which prehistoric village located in northern Europe has helped archaeologists to understand more about how people lived near the end of the Stone Age?

13. What sort of event is the Grand National?

14. Which of the following scientific discoveries helped the progress of the Industrial Revolution?

15. Who where the parents of Elizabeth I?

16. What were the religions of the Puritans?

17. Who were the first people to live in Britain in what we call the Stone Age?

18. Which of the following statements regarding the Black Death is true?

19. Who was reigning in Britain when Wales became formally united with England by the Act for the Government of Wales?

20. The Elizabethan period is known for the richness of its poetry and drama, especially for the plays and poems of which playwright?

21. Which flag has a diagonal red cross on a white ground?

22. How many members make up the jury in Scotland?

23. After the Black Death, new social classes appeared in England, including owners of large areas of land known as:

24. What two documents do you need to apply for a National Insurance Number?

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1. Who is the patron saint of England?

2. When did the First World War end?

3. Which British scientist was awarded a Nobel Prize for discovering the structure of the DNA molecule?

4. When did people learn how to make bronze?

5. Who was Boudicca?

6. What actions did Henry VII take after his victory in the Wars of the Roses?

7. Who became Prime Minister of the UK in May 2010?

8. How were Elizabeth I and ‘Mary, Queen of Scots’ related?

9. Choose the correct answer, the Middle Ages was:

10. What characterised the people from the Bronze Age?

11. What is the name of the event that refers to the 6 June 1944 when Allied Forces landed in Normandy aiming to attack Hitler’s forces in Western Europe during World War II?

12. Which British Prime Minister led the Conservative government from 1979 to 1990?

13. Which of the following civilisations is known for having built roads and public buildings, creating a structure of law and having introduced new plants and animals in Britain?

14. What marked the beginning of what is called ‘constitutional monarchy’?

15. When was the Turing machine discovered?

16. During which period were the House of Lords and House of Commons established?

17. How many years did Queen Victoria reign for?

18. In which battle did Admiral Nelson die?

19. What are the British scientists Sir Ian Wilmot and Keith Campbell famous for?

20. Which of the following was one of the commanders in the defeat of the Spanish Armada and one of the founders of England’s naval tradition?

21. Who was the inventor of the World Wide Web?

22. When did the Wars of the Roses start?

23. When did the UK join the European Economic Community (EEC)?

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1. Who defeated the French at the battle of Agincourt in 1455?

2. Which British Prime Minister nationalised major industries including coal and steel?

3. Who was the first Archbishop of Canterbury?

4. Which British explorer mapped the coast of Australia?

5. What were the main occupations of the people during the Iron Age?

6. What was the name of Sir Francis Drake’s ship and which was one of the first to sail around the world

7. Where is the Tate Art Gallery located?

8. The version of the Bible created by King James I is known as?

9. Where was Catherine of Aragon (the first wife of Henry VIII) from?

10. Is Northern Ireland part of Great Britain?

11. If you’re a dog owner, which two things should your dog’s collar have when you go out for a walk?

12. What day related to the death of Jesus Christ?

13. Which of the following words come from the Anglo-Saxon language?

14. What type of literature are the Canterbury tales?

15. Which British playwright had a great influence on the English language and invented many words that are still common today?

16. What proportion of the population died as a result of the Black Death in England?

17. Who wrote a famous series of poems in English about a group of people going to Canterbury on a pilgrimage and known as ‘The Canterbury Tales’?

18. Which British Prime Minister was famous for the speech ‘I have nothing to offer but blood, toil, tears and sweat’?

19. Which of the following countries did NOT belong to the Allies during World War II?

20. Which famous architect designed St Paul’s Cathedral after it was destroyed by a fire in 1666?

21. Who proposed that enemy aircrafts could be detected by radio waves and is responsible for the development of the radar?

22. Who sat at the House of Lords during the Middle Ages?

23.Which of the following countries was NOT part of the Central Powers during the First World War?

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1. Who was the first English Prime Minister?

2. Who was Robert Burns?

3. Who established the Church of England?

4. What name is given to the period in the 18th century when new ideas about politics, philosophy and science were developed?

5. What is the meaning of ‘Magna Carta’?

6.When did the Wars of the Roses end?

7. When is Hogmanay celebrated?

8. Proceedings in parliament are broadcasted television and published in official reports known as:

9. Who defeated Emperor Napoleon at the Battle of Waterloo in 1815?

10. What was the symbol of the House of Tudor?

11. What animal is represented in the Welsh flag?

12.Which famous economist developed ideas about economics during the 18th century and which are still referred to today?

13. Who invented the cash-dispensing ATM (automatic teller machine) or ‘cashpoint’?

14. What is the meaning of the term ‘Habeas corpus’?

15. Which German princess got married with Henry VIII?

16. What was the most spoken language during the Iron Age?

17. Which of the following was one of the most famous battles of the Hundred Years War?

18. During the Middle Ages, England was an important trading nation and people came to England from abroad to trade and also to work. Where did the engineers come from?

19. How many wives did Henry VIII have?

20. When did the English become the preferred language of the royal court and Parliament?

21. What was Boudicca, the queen of the Iceni in what is now eastern England, known for?

22. When was the hovercraft invented?

23. Who is the author of the famous play ‘Macbeth’?

24. What animal was cloned by scientists Sir Ian Wilmot and Keith Campbell?

25. Which of the following statements are true?

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1. When did hunter-gatherers first come to England?

2. How many years ago were the first farmers in England?

3. Where were the Vikings from?

4. Where was Queen Boudicca from?

5. What did Hadrian build to keep the Scottish away from England?

6. The Picts where the ancestors of what people?

7. What did the Romans bring to England?

8. What year did the Romans leave England?

9. Where did the Jutes, the Angles and the Saxons come from?

10. When did the Vikings arrive in England?

11. Who defeated the Vikings in England?

12. What year was the Battle of Hastings?

13. Who became king after the Battle of Hastings?

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1. In 1314 who fought at the Battle of Bannockburn?

2. What are the Crusades?

3. How long did the 100 year war actually last?

4. When was the battle of Agincourt and who won?

5. What is feudalism?

6. What is the Black Death?

7. What is the Magna Carta?

8. Name two castles which are still being used today

9. The War of the Roses was fought between which two families?

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1. Where was Catherine of Aragon from?

2. Where was Anne of Cleves from?

3. What was the name of the new religion created by Henry VIII?

4. Name Henry VIII’s children

5. What religion was Queen Mary I?

6. What religion was Queen Elizabeth I?

7. Who became King of Scotland after Mary, Queen of Scots died?

8. Who sailed around the world in the Golden Hind?

9. Question Which of the following is a play by William Shakespeare?

10. Which side were the Roundheads on?

11. Which side were the Cavaliers on?

12. Who was Lord Protector?

13. King Charles II became king of England, Scotland, Ireland and Wales

14. What year was the Great Fire of London?

15. Who designed St Paul’s Cathedral?

16. Who kept a diary in 1666?

17. What did Isaac Newton discover?

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1. The Bill of Rights gave:

2.Newspapers no longer needed a licence from

3. Where were the Huguenots from?

4. Scotland joined with England in

5. The first Prime Minister of England was

6. Auld Land Syne was written by

7. Robert Burns was a poet from

8. The carding machine was invented by

9. Which two of the following were from Sake Dean Mahoomed

10. Slavery was abolished in the UK in?

11. Napoleon was the Emperor of

12. The Battle of Trafalgar was won by

13. The Battle of Waterloo was won by

14. How many crosses make up the Union Jack?

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1. When were women given the right to vote?

2. What term can be related to women who campaigned for their legal rights to vote in the late 19th century and early 20th centuries:

3.Which statement is correct?

4. Which TWO of the following were famous Victorians?

5. Which statement is correct?

6. Who is Florence Nightingale?

7. After the potato famine in Ireland where did many of the Irish people go?

8. Rudyard Kipling wrote which book?

9. Who wrote the famous poem “IF”?

10. Where did The Boer War take place?

11. What did UK produce in 19 century?

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1. Which of the following statement is TRUE?

2. When did the First World War end?

3. During the First World War the British suffered 60,000 casualties on the first day of the battle of ______

4. Germany invaded ______ in 1939 that led to the UK declaring war on Germany.

5. Which of the following statements is correct?

6. Alexander Fleming discovered

7. Which TWO were introduced before the First World War (1914)?

8. A public vote in 2002 decided that Winston Churchill was the Greatest Briton of all time.

9.In 1921 a treaty gave independence to the south of Ireland.

10. Is the following statement TRUE or FALSE? ‘We shall fight them on the beaches’ is a famous quote from a speech by Queen Elizabeth I about the Spanish Armada.

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1. Is the statement below TRUE or FALSE British scientists were the first to clone a mammal successfully. The animal was a rabbit.

2. What type of government was formed after the General Election of 2010?

3. What were ‘the Troubles’ about?

4. Which of the following statements is correct?

5. Is the statement below TRUE or FALSE? The ‘Swinging Sixties’ is associated with the 1860s.

6. Which TWO of the following were British inventions?

7. Which TWO are 20th-century British discoveries or inventions?

8.Which of the following is a British overseas territory?

9. Is the statement below TRUE or FALSE? Britain and France developed Concorde, a passenger supersonic aircraft.

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1. What celebration takes place each year on 14 February?

2.Which of the following UK landmarks is in Northern Ireland?

3. Is the following statement TRUE or FALSE? Mo Farah and Jessica Ennis are well-known athletes who won gold medals at the 2012 London Olympics.

4. Which TWO patron saints’ days occur in March?

5. Which TWO foods are associated with England?

6. Which TWO of the following are UK landmarks?

7. Which of the following statement is TRUE ?

8. At which festival are mince pies eaten?

9. What task is associated with the National Trust?

10. What is the highest-value note issued as British currency?

11. Is the following statement TRUE or FALSE? A traditional food in Wales is Ulster fry.

12. When is Boxing Day?

13. Which of the following statement is TRUE ?

14. Is the following statement TRUE or FALSE? Boys in the UK leave school with better qualifications than girls.

15. Which of the following statement is TRUE ?

16. Is the following statement TRUE or FALSE? The Crown Jewels are kept at the Tower of London.

17. What is the minimum legal age you can buy alcohol in the UK?

18. With which sport do you associate Lewis Hamilton, Jensen Button and Damon Hill?

19. What is a bank holiday?

20. Is the following statement TRUE or FALSE? The Wimbledon Championships are associated with motor sports.

21. Is the following statement TRUE or FALSE? The Lake District is England’s largest national park.

22. Since 1927 the BBC has organised which series of famous concerts?

23. Which TWO are famous horse-racing events?

24. During which part of the year are pantomime productions staged in theatres?

25. Which TWO members of a family have a special day dedicated to them?

26. Which of the following statement is TRUE ?

27. Is the following statement TRUE or FALSE? In the UK betting and gambling are illegal.

28. Is the following statement TRUE or FALSE? People over 75 years of age do not have to pay for a television licence.

29. Which TWO of the following are traditional British foods?

30. Is the following statement TRUE or FALSE? People aged 16 or over cannot drink alcohol with a meal in a hotel or restaurant unless they have a parent or guardian with them

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1. In the 1830s and 1840s, a group called the Chartists campaigned for reform. Which change did they NOT campaign for?

2. When did women get the vote the same age as men?

3. Why is the British constitution described as unwritten?

4. The UK has which type of monarchy (king or queen)

5. What is the national anthem of the UK?

6. What does MP stand for?

7. Name the two houses in the UK government

8. What is the system of government where two parties rule at the same time?

9. What is the voting system that the UK uses at the moment?

10. Is the following statement True or false? Since 1999, hereditary peers have lost the automatic right to attend the House of Lords.

11. Who is the speaker?

12. When are UK elections held every _____ years?

13. Who are shadow ministers?

14. What are the Hansard proceedings

15.Is the following statement True or False? Members of the armed forces, civil servants, and people found guilty of certain criminal offences are allowed to run for Parliament.

16. Criminal Law relates to?

17. Civil law is used to settle disputes between individuals or groups:

18. If you think someone is trying to persuade you to join an extremist or terrorist cause what should you do?

19. Is the following statement True or False? The money raised from National Insurance is used to pay for state benefits and services such as the state retirement pension and the NHS.

20. How old do you have to be before you can drive a car?

21. How old do you have to be before you can drive a moped?

22. How old do you have to be before you can become a school governor?

23. What is jury service?

24.What does MEP stands for?

25. What does PM stands for?

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