Chapter 5 Test 9

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Membership to the Commonwealth is compulsory for its members:
How many verdicts are possible in trials in Scotland?
Which of the following charities works with sick animals?
Which of the following is the responsibility of the Home Secretary?
What is the minimum age required for a citizen to stand for public office?
Who makes sure that the opposition has a guaranteed amount of time to debate issues which it chooses during political debates?
Citizens of Liechtenstein can drive in the UK for as long as their driving license is valid:
What is the money raised from the Income Tax used for (choose THREE options)?
When were the Forced Marriage Protection Orders introduced for England, Wales and Northern Ireland, which aimed at protecting a person from being forced into a marriage, or to protect a person in a forced marriage?
In the UK, if the jury finds a defendant guilty, the judge decides the penalty:
Which of the following countries is a member of the Commonwealth?
Which of the following is NOT a principle included in the European Convention of Human Rights?
A system of government where the whole adult population gets a say is known as:
Which of the following statements is correct?
The devolved governments in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland have the power to legislate on any issues that affect them:
What name is given to the members of the House of Commons?
Which of the following is NOT a role of the King:
The Speaker is a neutral MP and does not represent a political party:
How can a person facing domestic violence find a safe place to stay (choose TWO options)?
Who has control over policy and laws governing defence, foreign affairs, immigration, taxation and social security in Northern Ireland?
The devolved governments in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland cannot control policies and laws governing taxation and social security:
In the UK, brutality and violence in the home is not a crime:
UK laws ensure that people are not treated unfairly in any area of life or work because of their age, disability, sex, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief, sexuality or marital status:
Since 1997, some powers have been devolved from the central government to give people in Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland more control over matters that directly affect them:

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