Life in the UK Mock Practice Test 1

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What do The National Trust do?

The Council of Europe is separate from EU

When walking your dog in a public place, you must ensure that your dog

The Proms

After the Second World War textile and engineering firms recruited workers from

Who developed ideas about economics which are still referred to today ?

The 'plantation' settlements in Ireland during the 17th century led to

In order to vote in a parliamentary, local, or European election, you must have your name on the register of electors, known as the electoral register.

Which one of the following is a Crown dependency?

Big Ben is

People in the UK are living longer than ever before because of the

Some constituencies were controlled by a single wealthy family were called the

Which of these are protected by law from discrimination?

British principles and values are based on history and traditions.

When is a by-election for a parliamentary seat held?

Scotland and Northern Ireland have their own banknotes.

County Courts deal with

Snowdonia is a national park in Scotland.

If a person is under the age of 21, their case will be heard in a Youth Court.

For which types of literature is William Shakespeare famous?

The Habeas Corpus Act of 1679 was so important because

Local councils are funded

A famous Stone Age site in the United Kingdom is

The small claims procedure