Modern UK Politics Quiz
A quiz sure to test the knowledge of each individual in relation to modern political features and figures in Britain. 20 Questions.
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How many seats did the Conservatives win in the 2015 General Election?
Which Conservative politician resigned from the cabinet over disability cuts?
Iain Duncan Smith
What was the size of Labour's majority in the 1997 General Election?
Who is the current leader of the opposition?
What did Tony Blair famously say upon his election victory in 1997?
'A new dawn has broken, has it not?'
'New Labour, New Britain'
'Tough on crime, tough on the causes of crime'
'We are the party of ambition'
When did David Cameron announce the date of the EU Referendum for?
Who originally came up with the idea of a mansion tax?
Which event destroyed the Conservatives' reputation for economic competence?
What was claimed to have been found in Iraq which formed the basis upon which Britain and America went to war?
Weapons of Mass Destruction
How long was Tony Blair prime minister for?
Which Home Secretary was responsible for banning handguns in the UK?
How many hereditary peers were allowed to sit in the House of Lords after 1999?
Which prominent Labour MP lost their seat in the 2015 General Election?
After which election did The Sun publish the headline 'It's The Sun Wot Won It'?
Which Conservative MP is the most rebellious currently?
Which Prime Minister said 'don't bind my hands together when I am negotiating on behalf of the British people?'
What did Margaret Thatcher bring in to the National Health Service?
The internal market
The free market
Which main banks did the British Labour government bail out in the midst of the 2008 financial crisis?
Lloyds TSB, RBS and Northern Rock
Metro Bank and the Bank of England
RBS and Barclays
Lloyds TSB and Northern Rock
What was Tony Blair's New Labour criticised for over-using?
All of the above
What rate is the National Living Wage currently and what will it rise by 2020?
£6.80 and £8
£4 and £5.50
£7.20 and £9
£9 and £10.20
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