UK Citizenship Practice Test 12

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Which of the following is a British overseas territory?

What was the name of the person who was successful in turning Public opinion against Slave Trade?

How often does Prime Minister’s Questions occur when Parliament is sitting?

In which year the Saxon King ‘Harold’ was killed by William, the Duke of Normandy?

In 1999, what happened to hereditary peers in the House of Lords?

Which TWO statements are correct?

Which TWO of the countries are British Overseas Territories?

Which of the following statements is correct?

What was the overall approximate population of the British Empire during the Victorian period?

Which overseas population having migrated to England, during late 17th Century permanently established in England and developed the Silk industry?

Which British personality was an acclaimed actor of Shakespearean role after whom an award is designated?

Who was Boudicca?

What is the name of the Gallery in London, where work of many famous persons are restored?

Is the following statement True or False.


World renowned play writer William Shakespeare was actually born in the Netherlands.

Is the following statement True or False.

Boxing Day is the day after Christmas Day and is a public holiday.

Which TWO were associated with King Charles I and Parliament during the English Civil War?

Where in the UK does PROMS take place?

Which of the following statements are correct?

With which is the Term ROYAL ASCOT associated.

Is the statement below TRUE or FALSE

The 40 days before Easter are known as Lent.

Queen Elizabeth II is the Queen of how many Countries?

In which year was Union Jack created?

In which year Minister of Health Aneurin (Nye) Bevan set up the National Health Service which allowed free treatment for all in the UK?

Which TWO are famous UK landmarks?