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Question 1: In 2006 the Corporation of London changed its name to the ________.
Greater LondonBristolCity of WestminsterCity of London

Question 2:
When was Lord Mayor of London formed?

Question 3: The Right Honourable Lord Mayor of London is the legal title for the Mayor of (and head of) the ________.
City of London CorporationCity of WestminsterCity of London SchoolGreater London

Question 4: This procession is known as the "Lord Mayor's Show" and is one of the longest established and best known annual events in ________.

Question 5: On the day after being sworn in, the Lord Mayor participates in a procession from the City of London to the Royal Courts of Justice in the ________, where the Lord Mayor swears his allegiance to the Crown.
City of WestminsterGreater LondonLondon County CouncilLord Mayor of London

Question 6: The ________ is assisted in the daily operation of the city by the leading personnel for the City of London[1] whose titles are the Town Clerk and Chief Executive, Chamberlain and Remembrancer.
Lord Mayor of LondonGreater LondonCity of London CorporationCity of Westminster

Question 7: At the Banker's Dinner in June, the ________ delivers a speech known as the Mansion House Speech, which takes its name from the Lord Mayor's residence.
Winston ChurchillHarold MacmillanGordon BrownChancellor of the Exchequer

Question 8: Since 1545 the lord mayor of London has worn a royal livery ________.
Henry VIII of EnglandLivery collarCollar (Order of Knighthood)Richard II of England

Question 9: At the same time the title Lord Mayor of the City of London came into use, partly to avoid confusion with the ________.
London AssemblyGreater LondonMayor of LondonGreater London Authority

Question 10: At the Easter Banquet, which is also hosted at Mansion House, a speech is delivered by the ________.
Chancellor of the ExchequerSecretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth AffairsLeader of the House of CommonsHome Secretary


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