Life in the UK Test 3rd Edition Practice 2

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What was the approximate UK's iron production during the 19th century?

What was "The Butler Act" about?

In the Iron Age most people were ______

In the UK who is the Head of State?

Which one of these is England's largest national park?

No Welsh dragon appears on the Union Jack. Why?

Police officers must

Acts of Parliament in 1870 and 1882 gave wives the right to keep their own earnings and property. 

What percentage of the UK population is Jewish?

Is the statement below True or False?


In case of a dispute arising following the purchase of a home appliance, there is no legal application for resolution in the UK.

Many people use social networking by the ______ when out and about.

How many Assembly Members are there in the National Assembly for Wales?

Is the statement below True or False?


In 1940 even though Germany staged multiple air attacks on the UK, they were ultimately defeated by the Royal Air Force in the Battle of Britain.

People came to England after 1400 from abroad to trade and also to work, such as weavers from France, engineers from Germany, glass manufacturers from Italy and canal builders from Holland.

Is the statement below True or False?


Female Genital Mutilation is considered a crime in the UK whether it is carried out in the UK or taking a girl or woman abroad.

______ is a charitiy for medical research.

Which of the following statements is correct?

What percentage of the overall population of the UK lives in Scotland?

The Bronze Age was followed by ______

Income Tax is directly deducted from salaries in the UK. Where is this money used?

In which of these Courts are minor criminal cases dealt with in Scotland?

For over a century, religious intolerance prevailed all over Europe, one cause of which was the division of Ireland. How would you classify the reason?

In which year was the independence of American Colonies recognised?

Which of these is a famous British Shakespearean actor?

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