NEW Exam 17

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Which of the following is not a constitutional institution?
What food shortage caused the famine in Ireland?
The leader of the opposition appoints senior opposition MPs. They form a group whose role is to challenge the government and put forward alternative policies. What are they called?
Which of the following are TWO responsibilities of the MPs?
Who was the longest serving PM in the 20th century?
What name is given to the territories which are linked to the UK but not part of it?
What area did David Hume contribute to during the Enlightenment?
What proportion of the population died as a result of the Black Death in England?
What happened to Charles I after he was in prison?
What are TWO responsibilities of the monarch?
What kind of disaster was the Black Death?
What country was in conflict with the UK for trading reasons during the 18th century?
The Speaker is an MP, he or she represents a constituency and deals with the constituents.
Where is Skara Brae, the best preserved prehistoric village in northern Europe, located?
Which of the following plays was written by William Shakespeare?
Where was William the Conqueror from?
How do you call the settlers from the Netherlands who went to war with the British in South Africa?
In Northern Ireland, up to three specially trained magistrates or a District Judge are required for Youth Court cases.
What made Roger Banister famous?
Who was invited to invade and rule England in 1688?
Who was defeated at the Battle of the Boyne?
What did the Factories Act of 1847 introduce?
What name is given to the group of MPs from the opposition?
In which of the following matters can the Scottish Parliament legislate?

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