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Metropolitan and non-metropolitan counties of England: Quiz


Question 1:
What is Metropolitan and non-metropolitan counties of England's current status?
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Question 2:
What type is thing is Metropolitan and non-metropolitan counties of England?
public, rural, school district
multiple district
multiple bombings
Multiple car bombs

Question 3: West Yorkshire - Leeds-________ area in the West Riding

Question 4: Also, the districts of Rochester-upon-Medway and Gillingham were merged to form the new unitary authority of Medway, and the county of Hereford and Worcester was abolished and replaced by the unitary authority of ________ and the shire county of Worcestershire.

Question 5: South Yorkshire - based upon the Sheffield-________ area in the West Riding of Yorkshire
DoncasterWath-upon-DearneMaltby, South YorkshireRotherham

Question 6: The changes were adopted by the Royal Mail for the purposes of postal addresses wherever they were able, with the notable exceptions of Hereford and Worcester and ________.
Salford, Greater ManchesterLancashireGreater ManchesterTrafford

Question 7: On 1 April 1995, the ________ became a single unitary authority.
SouthamptonPortsmouthIsle of WightReading, Berkshire

Question 8: Its name need not have '________' in it.
Hundred (county subdivision)County boroughShireCounty

Question 9: The metropolitan counties are ________, Merseyside, South Yorkshire, Tyne and Wear, West Midlands and West Yorkshire.
Greater ManchesterLancashireTraffordSalford, Greater Manchester

Question 10: The non-metropolitan counties of ________ and Cheshire were split into two separate non-metropolitan counties respectively, while Cornwall, County Durham, Northumberland, Shropshire and Wiltshire became unitary authorities each of a single district.


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