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Which of the following is not a valid UK coin?
Who built the Tower of London?
What is the name of the most famous cricket competition played between England and Australia?
When is St David’s day celebrated?
Where should you register if you want to become part of a jury?
How often are ‘Prime Minister’s Questions’ held in the parliament?
Which Scottish clan was killed for not taking the oath?
How many national parks are there in England, Wales and Scotland?… 10… 15… 20… or 25
Which king was defeated by Oliver Cromwell during the Civil War and hid in an oak tree before escaping to Europe?
Who was reigning in England when English settlers first began to colonise the eastern coast of America?
In 1833 the Emancipation Act abolished slavery throughout the British Empire.
Who is the heir to the throne of Britain?
What is the name of the period when new ideas about politics, philosophy and science were developed?
Where is Swansea located?
What was the name of the activist group who fought for the women’s right to vote?
Which two of the following are British overseas territories?
William of Orange was asked by Protestants to invade England and proclaim himself king. But, when William reached England, there was no resistance and he took over the throne. This event was later Known as:
Haggis is a traditional food from which area?
What do you need to do to apply for a National Insurance Number?
During which period did the Beatles become popular and social laws were liberalised?
World War II started as a result of Germany invading which country?
Which of the following actions is known as “canvassing”?
Which of the following statements is true?
When was the last successful foreign invasion of England?