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Which flower is associated with Northern Ireland?
£100 is the highest value note in circulation in the UK.
Which two responsibilities will you have as a British citizen? (Choose two answers)
Why is 1928 an important year in women’s voting history?
What is the capital city of Northern Ireland?
Northern Ireland uses a system called ‘individual registration’ and all those entitled to vote must complete their own registration form.
How old do citizens of the UK, the Irish Republic or the Commonwealth have to be to stand for public office?
Who was Admiral Nelson?
Which invention lead to the rapid development of the industry in Britain during the 18th and 19th centuries?
What movement challenged the authority of the Pope?
What did ‘the Butler Act’ introduce in 1944?
What building was constructed in Hyde Park to hold the Great Exhibition of 1851?
Where is Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park located?
Which stories are associated with Geoffrey Chaucer?
What is the name of the holiday when banks and many other businesses are closed for the day?
What do you need to drive in the UK?… A National Insurance Number… an ‘L’ plate… A valid driving licence… or A valid Passport
How many members does the Welsh Assembly have?
What was Edward Elgar famous for?
Where does the Scottish Grand National take place?
During the reign of Elizabeth I, a large fleet of ships was sent to England to conquer the country and to restore Catholicism, where did this fleet come from?
What did Emmeline Pankhurst fight for?
What was Isaac Newton known for?
Who built a wall in the north of England to keep out the Picts ( the ancestors of the Scottish people)?
Does Britain have a written constitution?