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Question 1:
Where does Conservative Party (UK) come from?
Central African Republic
Scotland
the United Kingdom
Israel

Question 2:
Who of the following is/was the leader of Conservative Party (UK)?

Question 3: Heath resigned within days after failing to gain Liberal Party support in order to form a coalition government, paving the way for ________ and Labour to return to power as a minority government.
Harold MacmillanHarold WilsonMargaret ThatcherWinston Churchill

Question 4: The Conservative Party continues to argue for the continuation of the Union and against ________.
Scottish independenceScottish ParliamentUnionism in ScotlandScotland

Question 5: Macmillan's bid to join the European Economic Community in early 1963 was blocked by French President ________.
George MarshallFran├žois MitterrandHarry S. TrumanCharles de Gaulle

Question 6: ________ won her party's leadership election in 1975 and led them to subsequent victory in the 1979 general election.
Margaret ThatcherRonald ReaganHarold MacmillanWinston Churchill

Question 7: However, before he could lead the party in a general election Duncan Smith lost the vote on a ________ by MPs who felt that the party would not be returned to government under his leadership.
Motion of no confidencePresidential systemPrime ministerUnited States

Question 8: Some are also supporters of the ________, perhaps stemming from an extension of the cohesion principle to the international level, though others are strongly against the EU (such as Sir Peter Tapsell).
GermanyEuropean UnionEuropean ParliamentDenmark

Question 9:
Where are the headquarters of Conservative Party (UK)?
Lucknow
Via Mercanti 30 C - Torino 10100
2, rue Troyon 92316 Su00E8vres CEDEX France
Conservative Campaign Headquarters, 30 Millbank,

Question 10: Harold Macmillan demonstrated a similarly close relationship with the Democratic administration of ________.
Jimmy CarterHarry S. TrumanJohn F. KennedyLyndon B. Johnson
















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