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British Democracy

An MP's responsibility is to…?

Question 1 of 39

The mid-19th century campaigners for electoral reform were called what?

Question 2 of 39

The British Constitution is ...?

Question 3 of 39

Who makes a speech at the opening of Parliament each year?

Question 4 of 39

How many members does the Welsh National Assembly have?

Question 5 of 39

Members of local authorities are selected by…?

Question 6 of 39

If you want to see a debate in the House of Commons, you can get tickets from…?

Question 7 of 39

To be eligible to vote in elections in the UK you must be on the…?

Question 8 of 39

Peers chosen to sit in the House of Lords only for their own lifetime are called...?

Question 9 of 39

Which of these is not an arm of the British government?

Question 10 of 39

What is the Prime Minister's country house called?

Question 11 of 39

New British citizens swear what to the Queen as part of the citizenship ceremony?

Question 12 of 39

Which of these may not stand for public office in the UK?

Question 13 of 39

The Cabinet usually consists of around how many ministers?

Question 14 of 39

The Welsh Assembly and Scottish Parliament have existed since…?

Question 15 of 39

In most local authorities, councillors are elected in which month?

Question 16 of 39

Which of these elements of the press must offer political balance?

Question 17 of 39

Members of Parliament have a duty to serve…?

Question 18 of 39

An MP who does not represent any of the main political parties is called what?

Question 19 of 39

Where is the prime minister's official home?

Question 20 of 39

Every MP in the UK is voted for by their…?

Question 21 of 39

What minimum age do you have to be to stand as an MP?

Question 22 of 39

Who is currently heir to the throne of the UK?

Question 23 of 39

Who chairs debates in the House of Commons?

Question 24 of 39

How many Members of the Scottish Parliament are there?

Question 25 of 39

The UK's system of government is a…?

Question 26 of 39

Queen Elizabeth has been reigning since which year?

Question 27 of 39

UK general elections must be held at least once every…?

Question 28 of 39

If an MP dies or resigns, what happens?

Question 29 of 39

Where is the Welsh government based?

Question 30 of 39

The few hereditary peers who still sit in the House of Lords are selected by…?

Question 31 of 39

Who is the head of state in the UK?

Question 32 of 39

The second largest party in the House of Commons is called the…?

Question 33 of 39

Where does the Northern Ireland Assembly sit?

Question 34 of 39

The Chancellor of the Exchequer is responsible for what?

Question 35 of 39

Which minister is responsible for policing?

Question 36 of 39

On election days, what time do polling stations open?

Question 37 of 39

Civil servants must be…?

Question 38 of 39

If one party in the UK does not get a majority in an election, they can join with another party in a…?

Question 39 of 39



Accepted forms of Identification Document for booking the test

The following are acceptable ID documents that you can use to book for the test:

  • A valid passport
  • A Biometric residence card
  • A biometric residence permit
  • A valid travel document with a photo

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