UK Government, The Law and Your Role Test 12

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People willing to take a tour of Senedd are assisted by the service booking team in the assembly. How is the assistance given?

What is the function of a polling station or polling place?

Can the leader of the opposition ever become Prime Minister?

Which type of cabinet is appointed by the leader of the opposition?

Which among the following is NOT connected to the government?

New citizens need to swear or ______ loyalty to the Queen.

Which of the following is NOT supposed to be a core value of the Commonwealth?

When was the first election for Police and Crime Commissioners conducted in England and Wales?

What is the name of the treaty that formed the European Economic Community?

Which of the statements is most appropriate?

Are voter registrations forms printed in English?

Members of the House of Lords are elected by a constituency.

Which department maintains the details about small claims procedures?

When are the adult citizens of the Irish Republic, the Commonwealth and other EU states attain eligibility to vote in local authority elections in the UK?

Which of the following can provide related assistance when required?

Which of the following is NOT in the list of activities of the United Nations?

In which year did UK join the EEC?

What is the procedure for selection of the Speaker?

Who are the people not eligible to stand for public office?

The Houses of Parliament are a World Heritage Site.

Police is the only authority who can punish for a crime.

Devolved administrations do not have a civil service.

Female genital mutilation, or female circumcision, is an offense in the UK.

Living persons are not found to donate an organ.

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