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Which of the following is a fundamental principle of British life?
Which two of the following are key roles of school governors?
Wales has its own established church.
What led the American colonies to want their independence from Britain?
How is New Year’s Eve called in Scotland?
When did the Black Death take place?
Why did Henry VIII establish the church of England?
Who was the leader of the suffragettes, the group that campaigned for women’s rights to vote?
What is the name of the long war that English kings fought with France in the middle ages?
Cardiff is the capital city of which country?
Who was supported by clansmen from the Scottish highlands and raised and army in 1745?
During the Great Depression in the 1930s which industry was badly affected?
If you think someone is trying to persuade you to join an extremist or terrorist activity, who should you contact?
Who was the first man in the world to run 1 mile in under 4 minutes?
It is compulsory for 16 and 17-year-olds to join the National Citizen Service programme.
Which jubilee did Queen Elizabeth II celebrate in 2012?
What is the name of the tour guides that tell visitors stories about the Tower of London’s history?
Which two countries developed the Concorde, the world’s only supersonic commercial airliner?
Where is Snowdonia located?
Who wrote Sherlock Holmes?
Which country was invaded by Germany in 1939?
Who is the patron Saint of Wales?
Lake District is the largest national park of England.
What is the name of the area in London where famous theatres are located?