A Modern Thriving Society Test 6

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Religion wise population percentage show that in Britain 4% of people are Muslim, 2% are Hindu, 1% are Sikh, less than 0.5% are Jewish or Buddhist. What percentage of people belong to other religion?

Normally who plays the part of a pantomime dame?

What is the name of the portrait artist, from Northern Ireland who lived up to 1941 and renowned for having painted some portraits of the Royal Family?

In September music prize for the best album of the UK and Ireland is awarded. What is it known as?

Is the statement TRUE or FALSE? All these three personalities Dame Judi Dench, Colin Firth and Sir Anthony Hopkins are winner of Oscar awards.

The Tower of London, officially Her Majesty's Royal Palace and Fortress of the Tower of London, is a historic castle located on the north bank of the River Thames in central London.

26th December is referred to as which of the following?

Which of the following statements is correct?

What is the name of the festival that is celebrated on 14 April each year?

What is the name of the structure in London where Remembrance Day service is usually held?

The main sports stadium in Cardiff is known as ?

What is the complete title of the music written by Sir William Walton: Balthazar's ________

Is the statement below TRUE or FALSE?

To visit a pub or buy a drink in a nightclub you need to be at least 16 years old.

Which is the largest fresh water reservoir in mainland Britain?

Gold medal in skating was won by Christopher Dean in the 1984 Olympics. Who was his partner in the performance?

What should be the minimum age of persons for going to betting shop or casino?

In the UK which of these is not considered a Christmas tradition?

Landscape gardener Lancelot Brown was given a common name or nickname. What was the name?

What is the complete name of the footballer who captained England’s winning Football World cup team in 1966. He was Bobby ______.

Of the following statements which is incorrect?

Man Booker prize was awarded to Ian McEwan, Hilary Mantel and Julian Barnes. For which type of literature was this award given to them?

Indicate the correct name of the film that is made in 2003, directed by Kevin MacDonald?

In Wales, 31st December is recognised as the celebration day for Hogmanay.

The traditional festival Halloween is historically recognised as one of the following festival. Which is it?