Chapter 5 Test 5

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The Commonwealth has no power over its members and it cannot suspend their membership:
Which TWO of the following are environmental charities?
How often are elections held for the Senedd?
What is the name given to the person appointed by local authorities to be the ceremonial leader of a particular council?
What is the meaning of the term ‘first past the post’?
Which court deals with the MOST serious criminal cases in Scotland, such as murder?
Who is the ceremonial head of the Commonwealth?
Who is the chief officer of the House of Commons?
What characterises the British constitution?
Who forms the judiciary?
Which court deals with minor criminal offences in Scotland?
If an MP dies or resigns, there will be a fresh election, which is known as:
A person who has not paid enough National Insurance contributions will not be able to receive certain contributory benefits including (choose TWO options):
How are life peers appointed?
In England, Wales and Northern Ireland, if an accused person is aged 18, the case will be heard in a Youth Court:
The UN was set up after the First World War and aims to prevent war and promote international peace and security:
What is played at important national occasions and at events attended by the King or the Royal Family?
How many members does a jury have in Scotland?
How can you visit the Northern Ireland Assembly (choose TWO options)?
Most citizens of the UK, the Irish republic or the Commonwealth aged 18 or over can stand for public office, except for (choose THREE options):
On which of the following issues the  Northern Ireland Assembly CANNOT make decisions?
In which city is the Scottish Parliament building, also known as Holyrood, located?
What name is given to the elected members of the Scottish Parliament?
The public can listen to debates in the Palace of Westminster from public galleries located in:

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