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Scottish Government: Quiz


Question 1: Deputy First Minister: ________
Sandra WhiteScottish Parliament election, 2007Alex SalmondNicola Sturgeon

Question 2: Since 2007, the Scottish Government has been formed by the ________ who are the largest party in the Scottish Parliament, although they do not possess an overall majority.
Labour Party (UK)Conservative Party (UK)Alex SalmondScottish National Party

Question 3: The term Scottish Government also denotes the ________ supporting Scottish Ministers.
United States civil serviceHer Majesty's Civil ServiceCivil serviceImperial examination

Question 4:
Scottish Government, Macau and Bowl Championship Series are all:
Political office-holders in Scotland Organisations based in Edinburgh 1999 establishments Lists of government ministers of Scotland

Question 5: The Enterprise, Transport and Lifelong Learning Department is located in central ________, and the Government has other offices across Scotland.

Question 6: In the September 2007 rebranding, this depiction of the Royal Arms was replaced by one of the ________.
Flag of EnglandFlag of ScotlandRoyal Standard of ScotlandFlag of Wales

Question 7: In January 2001, the then First Minister ________ suggested changing the official name of the executive arm from "Scottish Executive" to "Scottish Government".
Alex SalmondHenry McLeishScottish ParliamentJack McConnell

Question 8: The Permanent Secretary is a member of the Home Civil Service, and therefore takes part in the Permanent Secretaries Management Group of the UK Civil Service[15] and is answerable to the most senior civil servant in the UK, the ________, for his professional conduct.
CanadaHer Majesty's Civil ServiceBritish ColumbiaCabinet Secretary

Question 9: The current First Minister is ________.
Alex SalmondTavish ScottScottish National PartyScottish Parliament election, 2007

Question 10: The Scottish Government (Scottish Gaelic: Riaghaltas na h-Alba Scots: Scots Govrenment) is the executive arm of the devolved government of ________.
EnglandUnited KingdomWalesScotland


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