UK Government, The Law and Your Role Test 5

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Which of the following is not a name for an EU law?

With a view to improve environment, many people take up voluntary service of removing rubbish from the locality.

Can the members of the ‘House of Lords’contest for public office?

In which year was ‘European Convention on Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms’ signed?

Devolution of Power from central government to Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland took place in the year of:

Income tax is payable in the services such as education, roads and the armed service sectors.

Prime Minister is the only authority to appoint Civil servants.

National Citizen Service programme does not have one of the following as its purposes. Which one is it?

What is the advantage of understanding and following British values and responsibilities?

What are the positions for which citizens of British, Irish and Commonwealth can contest?

How many member countries do the Commonwealth comprise of?

How many people comprise a Scottish jury?

During election the candidate who wins by maximum number of votes is elected MP for the constituency.

Which of the following statements is wrong?

On which of the following issues discrimination against people is acceptable in UK?

Which of the following statements is wrong in context to the UK’s constitution?

Elections are held every four years in National Assembly for Wales. What best can be said in respect of above?

Whom does the monarch invite for the position of Prime Minister after General Election?

An atmosphere of safety from all types of extremism should prevail in the country. Which of the following is not considered to be an example of extremism?

What is the frequency of General Election in UK?

Buying or selling of which of the following drugs is illegal in UK?

Who are the people having campaigned for voting reformation in the 1830s and 1840s?

What good happens to the environment if people takes up public transport or walk?

In a Magistrates’ Court who is the authorised person to give verdicts and sentences?