UK Citizenship Practice Test 6

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Is the statement below True or False.


Abusing someone because of their Ethnicity is a Criminal offence under the Legal system of the United Kingdom.

Is the statement below True or False.


You are free to appoint Lawyer once you are informed of the reason under which you are apprehended by the Police.

How many member countries are there in European Union?

Is the statement below True or False.


Selling of Alcohol to anyone under 18 is not a criminal offense.

Which of the following statements are correct?

Local governments take care of number of local services in the Local communities. These local governments are headed by :

Which of the following statements are correct?

Where does the European Union have its Headquarter?

Which of the following statements are correct?

Which of the following statements are correct?

In the UK who makes the Laws?

Which of the following statements are correct?

Which of the following statements are correct?

What does an employee get who has suffered an undue loss (as per verdict of the court)arising out of disputes with the employer.

What is the full form of PCC as per the Law and order system of the UK?

When was the UN (United Nation) set up?

Who is the authority to award verdict in disputed cases occurred between the employee and the employer.

In case of disputes arising between the employee and the employer in respect of Wages due to which undue dismissal of the worker culminates, the case will be dealt under.

How many member States are there in European Union ?

Is the statement below True or False.


In case you are arrested by the police on account of any offence and taken to custody you will not be allowed to hire a Lawyer for your defense.

Who are the authorities to decide and settle any dispute between people and organization?

In spite of having a Drug license, which of the following cannot be done by a person in the UK?

Which of the following statements are correct?

Who are the people in the UK authorized to decide whether an individual is guilty of any crime?

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