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Where is the UK geographically located?
Women over the age of 30 were given the right to vote as a result of their contribution towards the war effort. Which war was that?
Who was supported by clansmen from the Scottish highlands and raised an army in 1745?
Great Britain refers only to England, Wales and Scotland
What is the Cenotaph?
Who became Prime Minister and was an inspirational leader to the British people during WWII?
Which two countries developed the Concorde, the world’s only supersonic commercial airliner?
When did women get the right to vote at the same age as men?
When did the English defeat the Spanish Armada?
Northern Ireland has its own banknotes, which are valid everywhere in the UK.
Who is the patron Saint of Wales?
When is Christmas Day?
What is a bank holiday?.
What is Good Friday?
What led the American colonies to want their independence from Britain?
Racial crime and smoking in public places are examples of:
Which of the following territories is a Crown dependency but is NOT part of the UK?
Which sport can be traced back to the 15th century in Scotland?
During the Great Depression in the 1930s, which industry was badly affected?
Where is the official home of the Prime Minister?
What are the 40 days before Easter called?
What is the Home Secretary responsible for?
Wales has its own established church
During the reign of Charles II, parts of London were destroyed, what was the cause of this destruction?