Life in the UK Test 3rd Edition Practice 1

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If you are arrested and taken to a police station, a police officer will tell you

Solicitors are trained lawyers who give advice on legal matters, take action for their clients and represent their clients in court

Which TWO major welfare changes were introduced between 1945 and 1950?

During the middle of the 14th Century there was a shortage of field workers resulting in rises in the cost of labour. What was the reason for this shortage of labour?

Is the statement below True or False?


In a bid to help control terrorism, the UK government is operating in Afghanistan with the 50-nation consortium ISAF.

During the 1960s, progress and growth in which of these sectors caused the decade to be named ‘The Swinging Sixties’?

Traditionally, what do children do on Mother's Day?

Queen Elizabeth was the most popular monarchs in English history. What is her most famous achievement?

Which of the following statements is correct?

What does MEP stand for?

What helped the City of London to flourish in the Financial Services, Insurance and Investment sectors?

What right does the ‘Habeas Corpus Act’ provide?

Which of the following is NOT a political party in Britain?

What requirements must be fulfilled before you can become a permanent resident of the UK?


Who did Henry VII defeat in order to become first Tudor King?

When were the Scottish Parliament and the Welsh Assembly formed, during the tenure of Tony Blair as Prime Minister?

Who can make a decision on the legality of an individual case during an employment dispute in the UK legal system?

The Commonwealth Membership is

Which TWO groups contested the Wars of the Roses in the 15th century?

When is Christmas Day?

Which of the following statements is correct?

Which of the following is the correct meaning of the Industrial Revolution in the UK?

In addition to Protestantism, Henry VII tried to impose which law in Ireland, resulting in the Irish Chieftains rebellion?

Which British monarch empowered the central administration of Parliament during their reign, thereby severely restricting the power of the nobility, who had previously ruled the nation?