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UK British Citizenship Test 9

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Do You Know What is the British Constitution often described as?

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The British constitution is not written down in any single document.

Do You Know Where do the Laurence Olivier Awards take place?

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The Laurence Olivier Awards take place annually at different venues in London.

Do You Know What was the purpose of the Corn Laws in 1846?

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Corn Laws in 1846 had prevented the import of cheap grain.

Do You Know Where is the best preserved prehistoric village “Skara Brae on Orkney” located?

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Skara Brae on Orkney, off the north coast of Scotland, is the best preserved prehistoric village in northern Europe.

Do You Know Where did Charles II hide to escape from Cromwell’s army?

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Charles II escaped from Worcester, famously hiding in an oak tree on one occasion, and eventually fled to Europe.

Do You Know Who is able to change the Prime Minister during his/her term?

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The Prime Minister can be changed if the MPs in the governing party decide to do so.

Do You Know How many times has the UK hosted the Olympic Games?

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The UK has hosted the Olympic Games on three occasions.

Do You Know How long does it take to give blood?

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it takes about an hour to do so

Do You Know Who discovered Insulin?

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The Scottish physician and researcher John MacLeod (1876–1935) was the co-discoverer of insuli.

Do You Know Why was Mary known as “Bloody Mary”?

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Mary was a devout Catholic and persecuted Protestants.

Do You Know Which clan was killed because of not taking an oath?

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The MacDonalds of Glencoe were late in taking the oath and were all killed.

Do You Know What is an example of a Criminal Offence?

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Selling Tobacco to under 18’s

Do You Know How many Houses did the Scottish Parliament have in the middle ages?

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In the middle ages the Scottish Parliament had three Houses.

Do You Know Who invaded the Falkland Islands in 1982?

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In 1982, Argentina invaded the Falkland Islands, a British overseas territory in the South Atlantic.

Do You Know What percentage of the work force are women?

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Women in Britain today make up about half of the workforce.

Do You Know How long is the Bayeux Tapestry?

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The Bayeux Tapestry which is 70 meters long

Do You Know How many members does a jury have in Scotland?

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In England, Wales and Northern Ireland a jury has 12 members, and in Scotland a jury has 15 members.

Do You Know What is known as the Bessemer process?

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Production of steel

Do You Know What can schools do to raise money?

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Many schools organise events to raise money for extra equipment or out-of-school activities.

Do You Know Which organization looks after the Edinburgh Castle?

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Do You Know How long is Hannukah celebrated for?

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8 days

Do You Know When did the Glorious Revolution happen?

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1688

Do You Know Which of these are British Overseas Territories?

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There are also several British overseas territories in other parts of the world, such as St Helena and the Falkland Islands.

Do You Know What does the “R” Plate stand for?

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In Northern Ireland, a newly qualified driver must display an ‘R’ plate (for restricted driver) for one year after passing the test.

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