Local Government Act 1972: Quiz

Question 1: Hereford and Worcester : ________/South Herefordshire/Leominster
GloucesterLichfieldLincoln, LincolnshireHereford

Question 2: [65] The local government reform in the 1990s led to the creation of many new unitary authorities, and the complete abolition of Avon, Cleveland, Hereford and Worcester and ________.
HumbersideLincolnshireLocal Government Act 1972ONS coding system

Question 3: As passed, the Act would have included Charlwood and Horley in West Sussex, along with ________.
London Gatwick AirportLondon Heathrow AirportLondon Luton AirportLondon Stansted Airport

Question 4: Gwynedd - north Wales - ________, Caernarvonshire, Denbighshire, Flintshire, Merionethshire
LlanfairpwllgwyngyllAberffrawHolyheadIsle of Anglesey

Question 5: ________ and Knaresborough had been included in district 6b (Leeds)
Scarborough, North YorkshireNorthallertonHarrogateRipon

Question 6: Although called two-tier, the system was really three-tier, as it retained civil parish councils, although in Wales they were renamed ________.
Community (Wales)SheriffdomLieutenancy areaCommunity council

Question 7: exclusion of ________ and area from Suffolk, kept in Essex[13][18]
LondonSouthend-on-SeaColchesterChelmsford

Question 8: Elected ________ had been established in England and Wales for the first time in 1888, covering areas known as administrative counties.
Local Government Act 1972Greater LondonCounty councilCounty borough

Question 9: A campaign was mounted to return the ________ to Berkshire, and a bonfire was lit at the site by protestors as the Act came into effect.
FaringdonUffington, OxfordshireKingston LisleUffington White Horse

Question 10: In ________ there were 46 counties and 296 districts, in Wales there were 8 and 37.
EnglandBritish peopleUnited KingdomScotland

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