• British politics as a fascinating sphere. In a time when politics in other parts of the world has become dull and somewhat tedious, the British parliament continues to be very exciting indeed. Trying watching the heated and noisy debates between the two main parties, 'Prime Minister's Question Time', available in the Broadcasts section at http://www.number-10.gov.uk/
  • 1
    Which British Prime Minister was in Government when World War II ended in 1945?

  • 2
    In which British city are the Houses of Parliament?

  • 3
    In 1997, the UK economy was in a great condition, with low interest rates, low tax and good economic growth. Who was responsible for this favourable economy?

  • 4
    How many General Elections did Margaret Thatcher win?

  • 5
    In which year did the Argentinians fail in their attempt to capture the British Falkland Islands, after being defeated by Her Majesty's armed forces?

  • 6
    Which party is the third main British political party?

  • 7
    Who is the Supreme Sovereign of the United Kingdom of Great Britain, Northern Ireland and all her territories.

  • 8
    Under Prime Minister James Callaghan of Labour, how high were interest rates in Britain?

  • 9
    In which year did the great British and Conservative Prime Minister Winston Churchill die?

  • 10
    In which year did Margaret Thatcher's time in office end, to be replaced by fellow Conservative John Major?