Chapter 5 Test 3

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How many members does the Scottish Parliament have?
What does the term ‘coalition’ refer to?
How much do you have to pay to visit the Palace of Westminster?
Civil servants cannot stand for public office:
What is the main function of the Council of Europe?
In which of the following areas has the Welsh government the power to make laws (choose four)? 
How many members comprise the UN Security Council?
Members in the Senedd can speak English and Welsh, but all publications of the Senedd must be in English:
How many members does the Northern Ireland Assembly have?
Which of the following civil laws include disputes between landlords and tenants over issues such as repairs and eviction?
How can you visit the Scottish Parliament?
Which of the following is NOT a duty of the police?
How often are the elections for the European Parliament held?
What do new citizens have to swear or affirm as part of the citizenship ceremony?
In which TWO cases may a person who has been summoned to do jury service be exempted from doing it:
What is the role of the shadow cabinet?
If you are self-employed:
What name is given to the elected members of the Northern Ireland Assembly?
Which senior MP is responsible for issues relating to crime, policing and immigration? 
How can a person be protected from being forced into a marriage?
Which of the following is NOT classified as a criminal offence in the UK?
Which of the following is NOT considered to be a main part of the British government?
Who appoints the members of the Cabinet?
Which court usually deals with the MOST serious civil cases in Scotland?

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