Life in the UK Test 3rd Edition Practice 4

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What is the judiciary?

______ became formally united with England by the Act for the Government of Wales during the reign of Henry VIII.

Many local authorities appoint ______, who is the ceremonial leader of the council.

What is the National Flower of Scotland?

How much do you have to pay to visit the Parliament?

It is illegal to sell tobacco products such as cigarettes, cigars, roll-up tobacco to anyone under the age of

Is the statement below True or False.

Living people can donate a kidney.

The electoral register is updated annually.

Police and Crime Commissioners (PCCs) are elected by ______

There is a very long history of horse racing in Britain, with evidence of events taking place as far back as ______ times.

How many years did the Romans remain in Britain?

Films were first shown publicly in the UK in ______.

A fundamental principle of British life is Tolerance of those with different faiths and beliefs.

______, the queen of the Iceni is still remembered today and there is a statue of her on Westminster Bridge in London.

Who became the first Archbishop of Canterbury?

What was the name of the Battle in which Duke of Wellington fought with Napoleon and also defeated him?

What is the name of the organisation which responsible for prevention of war and establishment of Global peace?

Women in Britain received voting rights at the same age as men in ______.

_______ is the nickname for the great bell of the clock at the Houses of Parliament in London.

In which country Florence Nightingale was born?

What is celebrated on 14th February ?

In the 2009 Citizenship Survey, ______ of people identified themselves as Christian.

How many members does The National Assembly for Wales have?

Where is the Scottish Parliament located ?