Life in the UK Test 3rd Edition Practice 19

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The first person to use a printing press for printing banknotes in England was William Caxton.

Who was the Director of the Belles of St Trinian’s in 1954?

Name the country that was not an original signatory to the Treaty of Rome which created the European Economic Community (EEC)?

Which of the following bridges was built by Isambard Kingdom Brunel?

‘The Canterbury Tales’ is written by

Queen Elizabeth-I was a

What is the minimum age for Jury service?

Among the following courts where are the Minor criminal cases decided in England, Wales and Northern Ireland?

Who directed the movie, ‘The 39 Steps’ in 1935?

Approximately how many years ago the usage of Bronze was first recorded?

What was the reason for which The Harrier Jump Jet was unique?

Debates held in the House of Commons is chaired by:

Which religion has been dominant in the UK historically?

The Second largest party in the House of Commons is more popularly known as:

Robert Burns the poet was associated with

There was a huge influx of refugees in the UK in 1970. Which country did they come from?

Against which country Britain fought the Crimean War?

Sir William Beveridge, in his ‘The Beveridge Report of 1942’ provided the basis for

In UK which of these licence is necessary for watching TV, computer or any other medium that can be used for watching TV?

Mapping the coast of Australia during the industrial revolution was done by

Which of the following societies was formed during the reign of Charles II?

In which country was Charles II living at the time when he was invited by the Parliament to return to England in 1660?

Constituencies controlled by a rich patron is described by the term:

Number of Olympic gold medals won by the Scottish cyclist, Sir Chris Hoy is:

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