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Question 1:
Which of the following titles did Parliament of England have?
England national football team assistant manager
England C national football team manager
Church of England, Alton
Parliament of England

Question 2: In 1066, ________ brought a feudal system, by which he sought advice of a council of tenants-in-chief and ecclesiastics before making laws.
Henry I of EnglandWilliam I of EnglandRichard I of EnglandHenry II of England

Question 3: In calling this parliament, he exploited the fact that most of the nobility had abandoned his movement and summoned knights and burgesses from the emerging ________ class in a bid to gain popular support.
Upper classSocial classGentrySerfdom

Question 4: This ________ was summoned on 14 December 1264.
UnicameralismParliamentary systemParliamentBicameralism

Question 5: And John, who was king from 1199 to 1216, aroused such hostility from many leading nobles that they forced him to agree to ________ in 1215.
Common lawLawShariaMagna Carta

Question 6: Early Kings of England had no standing army or ________, and so depended on the support of powerful subjects.
Common lawShariaLawPolice

Question 7: However, under the feudal system that evolved in England following the Norman invasion of 1066, the laws of the Crown could not have been upheld without the support of the nobility and the ________.

Question 8: Becket, who was ________ between 1162 and 1170, was murdered following a long running dispute with Henry II over the jurisdiction of the Church.
Thomas CranmerRowan WilliamsArchbishop of CanterburyChurch of England

Question 9: This model is referred to as the Westminster system because the UK Parliament is located in the ________ within Greater London.
City of WestminsterLord Mayor of LondonCity of LondonLondon County Council

Question 10: This Upper Chamber became known as the ________ from 1544 onward, and the Lower Chamber became known as the House of Commons, collectively known as the Houses of Parliament.
Parliament of the United KingdomHouse of LordsPolitics of the United KingdomHouse of Commons of the United Kingdom


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