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Peter Robinson (politician): Quiz

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Question 1: [20][21] Robinson was photographed wearing the loyalist paramilitary ________ at an Ulster Resistance demonstration.
Fez (hat)Military uniformBritish Army uniformDress uniform

Question 2: On 7 August 1986, in protest at the ________, Robinson led a group of 500 loyalists into the town of Clontibret in County Monaghan in the Republic of Ireland.
Social Democratic and Labour PartyThe TroublesAnglo-Irish AgreementNorthern Ireland

Question 3: [31] However it does not appear that he will escape a shared nickname as "________" is catching on.
August Wilhelm SchlegelBrothers GrimmRomanticismE. T. A. Hoffmann

Question 4: He first stood in the election to the ________ on 1 May 1975 in Belfast, East.
Northern Ireland Assembly election, 1973Northern Ireland Assembly election, 1982Northern Ireland Constitutional ConventionNorthern Ireland Forum

Question 5: On 11 January 2010 Robinson confirmed that he had asked both the House of Commons and the ________ to carry out an inquiry into his conduct.
Committee for EducationNorthern Ireland AssemblyNorthern Ireland Assembly CommissionNorthern Ireland Assembly election, 2007

Question 6: Robinson studied at Castlereagh College (now Castlereagh Campus of Belfast Metropolitan College), a further education college in ________.
EdinburghBelfastCardiffNorthern Ireland

Question 7: He was educated at Annadale Grammar School (now Wellington College Belfast), a single-sex ________ in Belfast.
Private schoolIndependent school (UK)Grammar schoolPublic school (privately funded)

Question 8: [12] He was subsequently re-elected to the ________ in 2003 and again in 2007.
Northern Ireland Assembly CommissionCommittee for EducationCommittee for Enterprise, Trade and InvestmentNorthern Ireland Assembly

Question 9: Voted very strongly for the ________.
Central Intelligence AgencyVietnam WarUnited States Marine CorpsIraq War

Question 10: He has been First Minister of Northern Ireland since 5 June 2008 and leader of the ________ (DUP) since 31 May 2008.
Democratic Unionist PartySocial Democratic and Labour PartyUlster Unionist PartySinn Féin







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