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What was the name of Sir Francis Drake’s ship and which was one of the first to sail around the world?
To whom do new citizens have to swear or affirm loyalty as part of the citizenship ceremony?
Why did Henry VIII marry Anne of Cleves?
How many Formula 1 Grand Prix events are held in the UK every year?
How can you visit the UK Parliament (choose TWO options)?
Forced marriage is where one or both parties do not or cannot give their consent to enter into the partnership:
Northern Ireland and Scotland have their own banknotes, which are valid everywhere in the UK and shops and businesses are obliged to accept them:
How many American colonies declared their independence in 1776, stating that people had a right to establish their own governments?
Which TWO words come from the Viking language?
Which of the following drugs is NOT illegal in the UK?
How is the Speaker elected?
Which TWO of the following are traditional British foods?
When was the Northern Ireland Parliament established for the first time?
Throughout the 1990s, Britain played a leading role in coalition forces involved in the liberation of Kuwait, following the Iraqi invasion in 1990, and the conflict in the former Republic of Yugoslavia:
The ‘swinging sixties’ was a period of significant social change and it was known for its growth in:
What is the name given to the system used to deal with children and young people who have committed an offence in Scotland?
Which prehistoric village located in northern Europe has helped archaeologists to understand more about how people live near the end of the Stone Age?
During the Middle Ages, a Parliament was developed in Scotland, which had three Houses called Estates. These were:
Which landscape architect designed grounds around country houses so that the landscape appeared to be natural, with grass, trees and lakes?
Which of the following scientific discoveries helped the progress of the Industrial Revolution?
What is the function of the UN Security Council?
Who were the parents of Elizabeth I?
The Isle of Man is a Crown dependency.
Which of the following charities works for the prevention of cruelty to children?

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