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The Monarchy of the United Kingdom
This quiz will concentrate on the modern structure of the Monarchy of the United Kingdom.
What is the form of address to a king or queen?
His/Her Royal Highness
What is the form of government in the UK?
Who is the Supreme Governor of the Church of England?
The Archbishop of Canterbury
The Bishop of London
Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland have devolved governments. What does it mean?
The state grants only judicial powers to the new governments.
The state grants temporary powers that ultimately reside in the central unitary government.
The state grants only financial powers to the new governments.
The central government of a state grants powers to government at national, regional, or local level.
What is the most senior civil servant of a British Government ministry?
The Permanent Secretary
The Cabinet Secretary
The Secretary of State
The Prime Minister
What is the legislature in the UK?
During what event is the Speech from the Throne delivered in the UK?
The Royal Christmas Message
The appointment of the Archbishop of Canterbury
The State Opening of Parliament
The House of Lords includes appointed members, hereditary peers and which of the following?
representatives of the Church of England
senior members of the Royal Family
the members of Cabinet
What is the system for general elections in the UK?
Plurality voting system
What country has never been a member of the British Commonwealth - presently the Commonwealth of Nations?
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