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Question 1: In the United Kingdom, the Department for Transport (or DfT) (Welsh: Adran am Drafnidiaeth) is the government department responsible for the English ________ network and transport matters in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland (DRD and DOE) which are not devolved.
Civil engineeringNaval architectureTransportEngineering

Question 2: The name "Ministry of Transport" lives on in the annual ________, which most vehicles used on public roads in the UK are required to pass once they are three years old (4 years in NI).
Driver & Vehicle AgencyInternal combustion engineMotor-vehicle inspection (Japan)MOT test

Question 3: The department is run by the Secretary of State for Transport, currently ________.
Jim KnightGordon BrownAndrew Adonis, Baron AdonisPeter Mandelson

Question 4: [2] The ________ spokesman is Norman Baker MP.
European Liberal Democrat and Reform PartyLiberal DemocratsLiberal International British GroupDemocrats 66

Question 5: Rowlands had succeeded Rachel Lomax in 2003, when she became Deputy Governor of the ________.
Bank of EnglandPound sterlingEuropean Central BankGreater London

Question 6:
  • ________ - Sadiq Khan MP
    Prime ministerMinister of StateFranceSaxe-Altenburg

Question 7: Secretary of State for Transport - ________
Andrew Adonis, Baron AdonisGordon BrownPeter MandelsonJim Knight

Question 8: The DfT's ________ is Robert Devereux (previously a DfT Director-General) who succeeded Sir David Rowlands, following his retirement on 31 May 2007.
Cabinet OfficeForeign and Commonwealth OfficeHM TreasuryPermanent Secretary


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