UK Citizenship Practice Test 9

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Who is Prince Charles? Tick the right answer.

Who elects the Speaker?

Is the statement below True or False.

In case you are not available on an Election day, you can exercise your franchisee by sending your Ballot through post, which is known as Postal Ballot?

Where is the Parliament of the UK situated?

Which country was not in the Axis Power during the World War II?

Who is the Head of the Commonwealth?

Is the statement below True or False.

Parliaments of Northern Ireland and Scotland were set up in the same year, ie, in 1922.

Is the statement below True or False.

House of Lords consists of mixed people who are selected by the political parties and have hereditary rights.

The decade of the 1960’s was called the ‘Swinging sixties’. What is Swinging Sixties known as?

Clement Attlee who was a military officer in World war I, A leader of the opposition, A labour Leader and The Prime Minister of UK had a teaching background as well. He used to teach in one of the world’s top renowned institute. What was the name of the institute?

What was women’s Suffrage movement?

When was the United Nations set up?

Which of the following two are correct.

Who was the First Labour Prime Minister in the UK?

What was world’s largest holocaust caused by America after which World War II came to end?

In the history of England why was Queen Mary infamously known as Bloody Mary?

When was the ‘Devolved Administration’ set up?

How many countries comprise the Common Wealth?

Many Civil disputes are dealt in County courts. Which of these is not included in the above?

What was the name of the Scottish born Doctor who was awarded Nobel Prize in medicine?

What is the other regional Language spoken in Scotland other than English?

In which year did the Romans conquer whole of Scotland?

When is St. Patrick’s Day celebrated in Northern Ireland?

Is the statement below True or False.

A person who tries to have sex forcibly with his wife is charged with rape.

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