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Question 1: As of August 2008 the Commission listed 9 parties registered as operating in England & Wales (as opposed to 170 operating in England only, and 10 operating in Wales only), the largest of which is the ________.
Wales Green PartyScottish Green PartyGreen Party of England and WalesGreenLeft

Question 2: ________ was proclaimed as the Welsh capital in 1955;[4] London (to be precise Westminster) has been the capital of England since the Norman conquest of England, and of the UK following its creation.

Question 3: ________
Cultural relationship between the Welsh and the EnglishSlaveryAnglophobiaAnti-Scottish sentiment

Question 4: The term "principality" has sometimes been informally applied to the whole of modern Wales, although the ________ correctly refers only to the northern and western parts of Wales during the period between the 13th and 16th centuries.
Kingdom of GwyneddLlywelyn the GreatPrincipality of WalesHistory of Gwynedd during the High Middle Ages

Question 5: It consists of ________ and Wales, two of the four countries of the United Kingdom.
ScotlandEnglandBritish peopleNorthern Ireland

Question 6: The ________ was the first period in which the area of present-day England and Wales was administered as a single unit (with the exception of the land to the north of Hadrian's Wall).
Syria (Roman province)Gallia BelgicaRoman BritainHispania

Question 7: England and Wales has its own order of precedence (see order of precedence in England and Wales), distinct from those of Northern Ireland or Scotland, or other ________.
AustraliaUnited KingdomCommonwealth realmBarbados

Question 8: The ________ have a distinctive legislative framework and history.
Peak DistrictLake DistrictNational parks of England and WalesSouth Downs National Park

Question 9: At the time, Wales and England were not separate countries: all the native inhabitants of Roman Britain spoke ________ and were all regarded as Britons divided into numerous tribes.
Brythonic languagesCornish languageBreton languageCeltic languages

Question 10: The continuance of Scots law was guaranteed under the 1706 Treaty of Union that led to the ________, and as a consequence English law (and after 1801, Irish law) also continued to be separate.
Acts of Union 1707Scottish independenceHistory of ScotlandScotland


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