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When were men and women given the right to vote at the age of 21?
When walking your dog in a public place, you must ensure:
What is the name of the long war that English kings fought with France in the middle ages?
What charity works to preserve important buildings, coastline and countryside in the UK?
The Bill of Rights of 1689 confirmed the right to vote for all adult men
The National Anthem ‘God save the queen’ can only be played in the presence of the Queen.
What is the name of the tour guides that tell visitors stories about the Tower of London’s history?
Which two houses form the UK Parliament?
Who was the captain of the English football team that won the World Cup in 1966?
When was the Magna Carta created?
Which country was invaded by Germany in 1939?
What type of literature are the Canterbury Tales?
How is a jury selected?
Which two of the following religious communities celebrate Diwali?
Which two of the following are key roles of school governors?
Where was Anne Boleyn, the wife of Henry VIII, executed?
By law, which TWO types of media have to give a balanced coverage of all political parties and equal time to rival viewpoints before an election?
Where are the Crown Jewels kept?
Cardiff is the capital city of which country?
Who developed the radar?
Who was given the title of Lord Protector?… Charles I… Charles II… Winston Churchill… or Oliver Cromwell
What did the Scottish, John Logie Baird develop?
Which of the following is a fundamental principle of British life?
Which flower is associated with Wales?