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The last battle between Britain and France was the battle of Waterloo.
Where is the Lake District National Park located?
Who was born in Stratford-upon-Avon?
What does Hogmanay refer to?
Which of the following wars took place between 1899 and 1902 in South Africa?
Which two of the following policies are not controlled by the devolved administrations?
How did the Government promote policies of free trade during the Victorian Age?
During the Middle Ages, who were the serfs?
MPs can only be contacted by post.
What English King introduced the Domesday Book?
What is the small claims procedure?
Who was Florence Nightingale?
Who is the patron Saint of England?
Wales has its own established church… Is this true or false?
When is Boxing Day celebrated?
Why were women given the right to vote?
Where does “the Fringe” festival take place?
The names or photographs of young people found guilty of a crime can be published in newspapers or used by the media.
Which of the following is not a British banknote?
When did the UK join the EU?… in 1964… 1957… 1973… or in 1975
What did the Habeas Corpus Act introduce?
What is “the Proms”?
When did WWI come to an end?… In 1918… 1922… 1943… or in 1945
Which two universities participate in an annual rowing race that takes place on the River Thames?