Theory Test Master

Exam 19

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Exam 19

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What food shortage caused the famine in Ireland?

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What will you be given to vote before a general election takes place?

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In which of the following matters can the Scottish Parliament legislate?

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Which of the following statements is correct?

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What did Sir Frank Whittle invent in the 1930s?

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Which of the following are TWO responsibilities of the MPs?

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What are the 40 days before Easter called?

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Who was the longest serving PM in the 20th century?

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Several Church of England bishops sit in the House of Lords.

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Which of the following is not a constitutional institution?

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What area did David Hume contribute to during the Enlightenment?

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What proportion of the population died as a result of the Black Death in England?

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What are TWO responsibilities of the monarch?

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What kind of disaster was the Black Death?

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What country was in conflict with the UK for trading reasons during the 18th century?

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The Speaker is an MP, he or she represents a constituency and deals with the constituents.

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Where is Skara Brae, the best preserved prehistoric village in northern Europe, located?

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Which of the following plays was written by William Shakespeare?

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How do you call the settlers from the Netherlands who went to war with the British in South Africa?

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In Northern Ireland, up to three specially trained magistrates or a District Judge are required for Youth Court cases.

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Who was invited to invade and rule England in 1688?

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