UK Citizenship Practice Test 10

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In which part of the UK was pioneering doctor Alexander Fleming born in 1881?

In the UK, men and women having equal rights to work, own property, marry and which of the following?

To apply for UK citizenship or permanent residency, which TWO things do you need?

Which of the following is NOT given a priority as a key role in schools in UK?

Why were more castles built in Britain and Ireland in the Middle Ages?

Everyone has the legal right to choose their religion, or to choose not to practise a religion.

The White Tower is in the Tower of London.

The Council of Europe has the power to make laws which are binding in member states.

Why was Magna Carta important?

What among the following is a mandatory requirement as a UK citizen?

What are TWO benefits of volunteering?

Which of the following statements is correct?

How often are elections for the European Parliament held?

What is the full form of MOT?

Who were the Jutes, Angles and Saxons?

How do you benefit by providing voluntary services?

Which of the following statements is correct?

What is a fundamental principle of British life?

Which of these countries did not fight on the side of the Allied Powers during the First World War?

Halloween is an ancient festival and has roots in the pagan festival to mark the beginning of winter.

Who first built the Tower of London ?

Is the statement below True or False.

UK laws ensure that people are not treated unfairly in any area of life or work because of their age, disability, sex, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief, sexuality or marital status.

What is the minimum age required to serve on a Jury ?

How many members does the Scottish Parliament have?