Life in the UK Test 3rd Edition Practice 3

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Elections for the European Parliament are held every ______ years.

______ means all the judges in a country.

When is St Patrick’s Day celebrated in Northern Ireland?

What is the capital city of Wales ?

What is the minimum age to be able to drink alcohol with a meal in a hotel or restaurant?

The Prime Minister appoints about ______ senior MPs to become ministers in charge of departments.

The name or photographs of an accused young person cannot be published in newspapers or used by the media.

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

Who led the group of scientists who were the first to "Split The Atom" ?

Which of the following statements are correct?

What is the National flower of Wales?

Who is the author of the Book Pride and Prejudice?

What is the minimum age for driving a car or motor cycle in the UK?

Does the British government have a written constitution ?

What is Wimbledon Championships?

A good way to support your local community is

What is a Bank Holiday?

Who is the person responsible for the country’s Economy?

The Giant's Causeway was formed about ______ years ago.

What is Skara Brae?

Some of the principles included in the European Convention on Human Rights are

Which of the following is a public holiday?

Who is the person responsible for crime, policing and immigration?

What is the name of the Prime Minister's country house?