UK Government, The Law and Your Role Test 10

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Which one of the following groups did enjoy voting rights during the beginning of the 19th century?

All MPs represent one of the main political parties.

How can the people who are unable to go to polling stations exercise their franchise?

How many Assembly members are there in the National Assembly for Wales?

The official home of the Prime Minister is in

How often should a car of over three years old,be subjected to have MOT test?

In order to cast vote during election, where should one register his name?

Under which area of the law, Housing, debt, employment and consumer rights are covered?

Which of the following statements is correct in respect to the Senedd?

The only method of voting is to cast vote in person at a polling station or polling place.

Formerly, The European Union was known as the European Economic Community.

Who is the final decision maker on verdicts and sentences in a Magistrates Court?

There exist no differences between the court systems of England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales.

Who is the head of state?

Excluding Scotland, disputes in which of these areas are dealt in a County Court?

Hearing of the accused of which age group is done in the Youth Courts?

The Prime Minister is also a Member of Parliament.

Life peers are appointed by the monarch.

Are the Local authorities formed from election?

Contribution for which of the following is done by National Insurance Contributions?

Name of the world’s most famous Magistrates Court is The Old Bailey.

Which of the statements is more appropriate?

In the House of Commons who is person authorised to chair debates?

What rights do the adult citizens enjoy because of the democratic Government?