Practice Test 15 (24 questions):


1. People can be randomly chosen for jury service if they are which TWO ofthe following?

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2. In 1913, the British government promised Home Rule for Ireland. Which group within Ireland threatened to resist this move by force?

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3. Is the statement below TRUE or FALSE? The candidate who wins the most votes in a constituency is elected as an MP.

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4. In which country are Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park found?

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5. Where in Ireland did the English government encourage Scottish and English Protestants to settle during the reigns of Elizabeth I and James I?

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6. Is the statement below TRUE or FALSE? St Columba became the first Archbishop of Canterbury.

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7. Penicillin was developed into a usable drug by Howard Florey and which other scientist?

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8. Is the following statement TRUE or FALSE? The Bill of Rights in 1689 led to the development of party politics.

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9. Where was William Shakespeare born?

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10. Is the following statement TRUE or FALSE? After the Second World War, the British government encouraged workers from Ireland and other parts of Europe to come to the UK and help to rebuild Britain.

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11. Which of the following are usually associated with Easter?

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12. Who became Prime Minister on 13 July 2016?

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