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Which festival is celebrated to remember the Jewish people’s struggle for religious freedom?
How long ago was the Bronze Age?
As a British citizen, you must:
Select 3 answers.
What is the Home Secretary responsible for?
The fundamental principles of British life include:
Select two answers.
Which three countries form Great Britain?
Select three answers.
Which one of the following is not a criminal offence?
Northern Ireland and Scotland have their own banknotes, which are valid everywhere in the UK.
Is this true or false?
On which day do lovers exchange cards, gifts and sometimes people send anonymous cards to someone they secretly admire?
Which two of the following are famous British Paralympians?
What is the capital city of Northern Ireland?
What day relates to the death of Jesus Christ?
Who is the patron Saint of Wales?
Britain fought an aerial battle with Germany In the summer of 1940. What was the name of this famous battle?
During the Civil War in 1642, who was the King supported by?
What year were women over 30 given the right to vote?
Who was in charge of the British fleet during the Battle of Trafalgar?
How many people in England died in 1348 due to The Black Death?
What is the name of the movement against the authority of the Pope and the ideas and practices of the Roman Catholic Church?
Members of the Welsh Assembly (AMs) are elected every:
In which country of the British Empire did the Boer War take place?
In 1913, the British government promised Home Rule for Ireland. However, the British government postponed changes in Ireland due to:
What are the 40 days before Easter known as?
What does the Turner Prize celebrate?