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Question 1: Harold Wilson's personal popularity remained reasonably high but he unexpectedly resigned as Prime Minister in 1976, citing health reasons and was replaced by ________.
Rab ButlerArthur HendersonGordon BrownJames Callaghan

Question 2: In 1899, a ________ member of the Amalgamated Society of Railway Servants, Thomas R.

Question 3:
Where are the headquarters of Labour Party (UK)?

Question 4:
Who of the following is/was the leader of Labour Party (UK)?

Question 5: A down-turn in the economy along with a series of scandals in the early 1960s (the most notorious being the ________) engulfed the Conservative government by 1963.
Profumo AffairChristine KeelerScandal (1989 film)Stephen Ward

Question 6:
Where does Labour Party (UK) come from?
Central African Republic
the United Kingdom
Czech Republic
United States

Question 7: Michael Foot promptly resigned as leader and was replaced by the moderate ________ who progressively moved the party towards the centre.
Tony BlairNeil KinnockGordon BrownHarold Wilson

Question 8: ________, 1955–1964
Harold MacmillanA. V. Alexander, 1st Earl Alexander of HillsboroughClement AttleeWinston Churchill

Question 9:
What ideology does Labour Party (UK) subscribe to?
Social democracy, Democratic socialism and Social corporatism
Democratic socialismRevolutionary socialismSocialist feminism
Democratic SocialismnIdeological currents
Democratic socialism, Separatism,

Question 10: Finance proved a major problem for the Labour Party during this period; a "________" scandal under Tony Blair resulted in the drying up of many major sources of donations.
Labour Party (UK)Cash for HonoursGordon BrownConservative Party (UK)


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