UK Government, The Law and Your Role Test 9

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What does the polling officers at polling stations enquire of the voters at the time of voting?

In 1918, what was the minimum age required for women to cast vote?

What is the procedure for updating of electoral registers?

Out of the following which is one of the role of the Speaker?

In the UK, who are not treated equally?

In which of the areas The Scottish Parliament is empowered to make laws ?

Chief Constables of police are independent of government.

What did hereditary peers lose in 1999?

A citizen of another EU country can contest for an MP in UK.

Citizens of other EU states who are adults may exercise their voting rights in General Elections.

The Commonwealth can suspend its members.

The UK is not a member of which of the following?

How many members do The Council of Europe comprise of?

Where can we find Information on National Insurance Contributions?

What activities are the police forbidden to do?

The electoral registers are not found in one of these places. Which place is that?

All adult citizens of the UK can exercise their franchise.

The term ‘Judiciary’ implies entire legal system, courts and laws of the country.

There are Charities which extend help and assistance to many. Which of the following groups receive charity from such organisation?

What should the minimum age of a School governor or members of the school board?

Which of these statements is correct?

Which of the following is not a roles of the Queen?

What symbol must a newly qualified driver display on his vehicle for 1 year in Northern Ireland ?

In Wales the National Assembly makes laws in 20 areas. Which areas are not included in the list of 20?

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