Life in the UK Test 3rd Edition Practice 6

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Is the statement TRUE or FALSE?

To be able to vote in a parliamentary, local or European election, you must register and your name must be on the electoral register.

Small claims can also be issued online through Money Claims Online.

Adult citizens of other EU states who are resident in the UK can vote in all elections except General Elections.

Arranged marriages, where both parties agree to the marriage, are acceptable in the UK.

People can apply to join the civil service through an application process, like other jobs in the UK.

What bird is traditionally eaten on Christmas Day?

The London Eye is situated on the southern bank of the River ______.

It is an offence not to have an MOT certificate if your vehicle is more than ______ years old.

Money raised from Income Tax pays for government services such as

Who was the first person to sail single-handed around the world, in 1966/67 ?

In the 2009 Citizenship Survey, 21% of people said that they had no religion.

The most famous competition is the Ashes, which is a series of Test matches played between ________.

In which year voting age of men and women were brought down to 18?

Who is Head of the Commonwealth?

What is the Shadow Cabinet?

How many members does a Jury have in Scotland?

The Northern Ireland Assembly can make decisions on issues such as:

The present voting age of 18 was set in

Who is patron saint of England ?

You must treat everyone equally, regardless of sex, race, age, religion, disability, class or sexual orientation.

Who used a system of land ownership known as feudalism?

__________ is a group of European and North American countries that have agreed to help each other if they come under attack.

The English Parliament developed naturally out of the daily political needs of the English King and his government, particularly when the King _______.

Who had a great influence on the English language and invented many words that are still common today?