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Question 1: In October 2004, the party merged with the Reform UK Party, which was a small splinter group from the ________ (UKIP).
English Democrats PartyConservative Party (UK)British National PartyUnited Kingdom Independence Party

Question 2: In April 2006, it announced full national representative coverage of the nine ________.
Greater LondonMetropolitan and non-metropolitan counties of EnglandRegions of EnglandSubdivisions of England

Question 3: As an independent, sovereign legislature for the re-founded state of England, upon dissolution of the Union, most likely to be created by independence for ________ and Wales.
United KingdomNorthern IrelandScottish peopleScotland

Question 4: The party withdrew their candidate in North Norfolk and endorsed the Conservative Party candidate, ________, as he had "taken the issues of English discrimination seriously".
Iain DaleMargaret ThatcherUnited Kingdom general election, 2010Conservative Party (UK)

Question 5: The national chairman of the party is Robin Tilbrook, a solicitor, who attended ________, and is a former member of the Conservative Party.
Eton CollegeWellington College, BerkshireSt. Bartholomew's SchoolReading School

Question 6: The party proposes to convene the first exclusively ________ since the initial Laws in Wales Act 1535 through one of three methods:
Politics of EnglandParliament of ScotlandParliament of EnglandParliament of the United Kingdom

Question 7: The English Democrats Party is an English federalist political party, committed to the formation of a devolved English Parliament with at least the same powers as those granted to the ________.
Scottish GovernmentScotlandScottish independenceScottish Parliament

Question 8: The party is against the establishment of regional assemblies in the ________.
Metropolitan and non-metropolitan counties of EnglandRegions of EnglandSubdivisions of EnglandGreater London

Question 9: He has stood for the party twice in ________ elections; for London in 2004, and the East of England in 2009.
European CommissionBarroso CommissionEuropean UnionEuropean Parliament

Question 10: By converting the current ________ into a devolved English parliament within the asymmetrical devolution framework currently existing in the United Kingdom,
Elections in the United KingdomPolitics of the United KingdomHouse of Commons of the United KingdomParliament of the United Kingdom







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