Free Life in the UK Practice Test 18

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According to the Census of 2001 only 75% of the UK population confirmed to have a religion.

St. Andrew’s Day is celebrated as the National Day of

According to the census of 2001,what percentage of the population have confirmed to have a religion?

What is the set of written rules called, which governs the construction of making laws and checks the rights and duties of citizens for proper implementation?

Who can investigate any serious complaint against police?

What is the acronym for PM?

How many constituencies exist in UK for which MP’s are elected for the Parliament?

The Queen has full freedom to articulate their political opinions

In which year was Northern Ireland Parliament established?

Neither Wales nor Scotland, have their own separate language

Who among the following is eligible to receive thank you money on Boxing Day, as a token of their service provided during whole of the year?

Christmas is celebrated on the starting of the New Year.

What percentage of England’s population are estimated to attend the church regularly

A statistics conducted recently shows that nearly 50% of young adults have used some kind of drugs at least once in life time.

The findings of a research work show that most of the people in Britain think that women in Britain shouldn’t work.

The information collected on individuals during census is restored as?

Women in UK do not enjoy equal privileges as men

Area wise England is the largest country in Europe

Who is the authorised person to express his/her view privately to the Prime Minister during the weekly audience?

Before general elections Political parties spend lot of money on Political campaigns, TV shows, Radio broadcasts etc.

As per census of 2001 the population from other descents is

Chicken eggs are consumed on the Easter day

Form one family and community to another, the procedure to move children from their parents vary

Engineering firms of which states recruited workers from abroad after 1950s?

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