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What is the Home Secretary responsible for?
What is Good Friday?
St Helena is a British overseas territory and it is part of the United Kingdom.
St Patrick’s day is a public holiday in Northern Ireland.
Several Church of England bishops sit in the House of Lords.
Which was the last successful foreign invasion of Britain that took place in 1066?
When walking your dog in a public place, you must ensure:
Where are the Crown Jewels kept?
Women over the age of 30 were given the right to vote as a result of their contribution towards the war effort. Which war was that?
Which sport can be traced back to the 15th century in Scotland?
When did Ireland become a republic?
Who was the first person in England to print books using a printing press?
Where did the first farmers come from?
Which court deals with minor criminal cases in England, Wales and Northern Ireland?
The National Anthem ‘God save the queen’ can only be played in the presence of the Queen.
What did the Scottish John Logie Baird develop?
Who became Prime Minister and was an inspirational leader to the British people during WWII?
What is the title of the Queen’s eldest son, Prince Charles?
Under which king did the Anglo-Saxon kingdoms in England unite to defeat the Vikings?
When was the Carta Magna created?
Northern Ireland has its own banknotes, which are valid everywhere in the UK.
Which of the following plays was written by William Shakespeare?
How many members does a jury have in England, Wales and Northern Ireland?
Which two of the following religious communities celebrate Diwali?