UK Government, The Law and Your Role Test 4

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Who is responsible in a Crown Court to give verdict of ‘guilty’?

What are the reasons for conducting ballots privately in polling booths?

Since when did the democratic voting system start in the UK?

The Prime Minister owns the responsibility for making all the acts in Parliament.

What must be the minimum age to be able to drive a car or motorcycle?

Indicate which of the following is correct?

What kind of monarchy exists in UK?

Which of the following statements is correct?

In your opinion which of the following is more appropriate?

By moving a campaign, a newspaper’s owner may try to influence government policy.

Indicate which is correct?

How should one enlist his/her name in the electoral register?

Is Scottish Parliament empowered to make laws affecting education?

Is the statement below TRUE or FALSE?

Income tax is payable for all the servicesectors such as education, roads and the armed services.

Out of the following what is the mandatory requirement for owning cars or motorcycles in UK?

In which year is the Welsh Assembly and the Scottish Parliament formed?

Is the following statement TRUE or FALSE?

The website for the Northern Ireland’s Electoral Office is

What are the roles and responsibilities of a civil servant?

What minimum age is required for a person willing to contest for public office?

In which of the following areas voluntary activities can be taken up?

Which of the following statements do you think is correct?

Which of the following statements do you think is correct?

We can have information about different political parties from their own respective websites.

Out of the following actions,which action is not considered to be a crime?