2016 Free Practice Test 12

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Sir Robert Walpole was the first British Prime Minister, from 1721 to 1742.

In 1928, women were given the right to vote at the age of 21, the same as men.

When was The Northern Ireland Assembly reinstated?

Whose work on steam power helped the progress of the Industrial Revolution?

Who became the prime minister in 2007?

The World Wide Web information was transmitted via the web for the first time on _______.

When was The Northern Ireland Assembly suspended?

After the General Election in May 2010, no political party won an overall majority.

Who developed ideas about economics?

Who became Prime Minister of UK in 1997?

What is the full name of ISAF?

Since 2000, British armed forces have been engaged in the global fight against international terrorism and against the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction, including operations in Afghanistan and Iraq.

Britain (with Turkey and France) fought against Russia in the Crimean War (1853–6).

In 1918, women over the age of 30 were given the right to vote.

When was the Good Friday Agreement signed?

Who became prime minister in 2010?

British combat troops left Iraq in _________.

Who won the General Election in 1997?

Who was the prime minister when the Scottish Parliament and Welsh Assembly were established?

Who authorised a new translation of the Bible into English?

When was the Northern Ireland Assembly elected?

Since 2010, who has been leading a coalition government made up of the Conservatives and Liberal Democrats?

Which Agreement was brought peace to Northern Ireland?

Who is working to ensure that Afghan territory can never again be used as a safe haven for international terrorism?

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