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When does Easter take place?
Who made the first coins to be minted in Britain?
As a British citizen, you should:
Which of the following is a responsibility of the Home Secretary?
Which two of the following are fundamental principles of British life?
Which three territories form Great Britain?
Which of the following is an example of a criminal offence?
Northern Ireland and Scotland have their own banknotes, which are valid everywhere in the UK.
When do the television and newspapers have stories that are jokes until midday?
Which two of the following are famous British Paralympians?
What is the capital city of Scotland?
What day relates to the death of Jesus Christ?
Who is the patron Saint of Northern Ireland?
What sort of battle was the Battle of Britain, fought between Germany and Britain in the summer of 1940?
Which two of the following are Civil War Battles?
What year were women given the right to vote?
In which battle did Admiral Nelson die?
In 1348, one third of the population in England, Wales and Scotland died as a result of which disease?
What is the name of the movement against the authority of the Pope and the ideas of the Catholic Church that took place during the reign of Henry VIII?
How often are the members of the Welsh Assembly (AMs) elected?
In which country of the British Empire did the Boer War (1899-1902) take place?
In 1913, the British government promised ‘Home Rule’ for Ireland, why were any changes in Ireland delayed until 1921?
What is known as Lent?
What is the Turner Prize?