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United Kingdom general election, 1979: Quiz


Question 1:
Where does United Kingdom general election, 1979 come from?
United States
United Kingdom

Question 2: The Conservatives campaigned on economic issues, pledging to control ________ and to reduce the increasing power of the unions who supported the mass strikes.
InflationMoneyEconomicsKeynesian economics

Question 3:
Which is currently the premier party of United Kingdom general election, 1979?
Workers Revolutionary Party
Spanish Socialist Workers Party
Workers' Party
Laborist Party , after 1929 National Revolutionary Party

Question 4:
Which of the following titles did United Kingdom general election, 1979 have?
I Vote Bolshevik Lite
Dick The Vote
Vote Sunny
Popular vote

Question 5:
Who of the following is/was the leader of United Kingdom general election, 1979?

Question 6: Margaret Thatcher had won her party's 1975 leadership election over former leader ________.
Alec Douglas-HomeWinston ChurchillHarold MacmillanEdward Heath

Question 7: ________ had replaced Jeremy Thorpe as leader of the Liberal Party in 1976, after accusations of homosexuality and allegations of a conspiracy to commit murder forced Thorpe to resign (see Rinkagate).
David SteelAlan BeithPaddy AshdownRoy Jenkins

Question 8: The Labour campaign reiterated their support for the National Health Service and ________ and focused on the damage they believed the Conservatives would do to the country.
UnemploymentKeynesian economicsInflationFull employment

Question 9: Of its three MPs, two joined the Ulster Unionist Party (one held his seat, the other lost to the ________) and the third defended and held his seat for the United Ulster Unionist Party.
Social Democratic and Labour PartyDemocratic Unionist PartySinn FéinTraditional Unionist Voice

Question 10: When the ________ (SNP) withdrew support for the Scotland Act 1978, a vote of no confidence was held and passed by one vote on 28 March 1979, forcing a general election.
Labour Party (UK)Conservative Party (UK)Alex SalmondScottish National Party


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