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What is the capital city of Northern Ireland?
What name is given to the day when people play jokes on each other until midday?
Who is the fastest person to have sailed around the world single-handed?
When did the First World War end?
What are Welsh cakes made of?
Where is the London Eye situated?
What is the relationship between the monarch and the government?
The UK is a ‚Äėconstitutional monarchy‚Äô:
What do you need to apply to become a permanent resident or citizen of the UK (Choose TWO options)?
Which British scientist was awarded a Nobel Prize for discovering the structure of the DNA molecule?
Who established the Church of England?
When does Lent take place?
Which of the following national galleries is NOT located in London?
How much can you be fined if you watch TV but do not have a TV licence?
How old is the clock at the Houses of Parliament in London, also known as ‚ÄėBig Ben‚Äô?
The UK was a full member of the European Union but did not use the Euro currency.
The North Atlantic Treaty Organisation is a group of European and North American countries that was created with which TWO purposes:
The small claims procedure is used in England and Wales for minor disputes for:
What name is given to the period in the 18th century when new ideas about politics, philosophy and science were developed?
What is the meaning of ‚ÄėMagna Carta‚Äô?
When did the Wars of the Roses end?
Which of the following is the responsibility of the Chancellor of the Exchequer?
In which British university did Isaac Newton study?
Who invaded England after the Romans?

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