Political Science-[FPSC-U.S A. CSS]/Political Science England Constitution Set-2 Sample Test,Sample questions

Question:
  In the British Constitution the head of the Judiciary is:

1.The Queen

2.The Speaker

3.The Lord Chancellor

4.The Governor

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Question:
  Lords of Appeal are appointed under:

1.Statute of West Minister Act 1831

2.Appellate Jurisdiction Act 1871

3.Parliament Act of 1911

4.None of these

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Question:
  Most of the functions of the Privy Council are performed by:

1.4 or 5 Cabinet Ministers

2.8 or 10 Cabinet Ministers

3.18 Cabinet Minister

4.13 or 15 Cabinet Ministers

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Question:
  The British Parliament Act of 1911 as amended in 1949 in legislation:

1.Equaled the two houses

2.Pitted the two houses against each other

3.Established the Superiority of House of Commons

4.Established the Superiority of the House of Lords

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Question:
  The Court of Criminal Appeal consists of the Lord Chief Justice and about:

1.Two Judges

2.Three Judges

3.Five Judges

4.Seven Judges

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Question:
  The highest court of Appeal in the U.K. Is:

1.The House of Lords

2.The House of Commons

3.The Cabinet

4.The Ministry

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Question:
  The highest court of Appeal in the U.K. Is:

1.The House of Lords

2.The House of Commons

3.The Cabinet

4.The Ministry

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Question:
  The House of Lords is the:

1.2nd Chamber of the British Parliament

2.3rd Chamber of the British Parliament

3.4th Chamber of the British Parliament

4.None of these

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Question:
  The Judicial Committee of the Privy Council derives from the principle of:

1.English common Law

2.Acts of Parliament

3.Historic documents

4.Judicial decisions

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Question:
  The Judiciary is the:

1.Third organ of government

2.Fourth organ of government

3.Fifth organ of government

4.None of these

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Question:
  Which Parliamentary Act made the House of Commons much stronger than the House of Lords?

1.1911

2.1929

3.1939

4.1941

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Question:
 According to the Acts of 1911 and 1949 the House of Lords cannot delay a Money Bill for more than:

1.One month

2.Two month

3.Three month

4.Four month

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Question:
 According to the Parliament Act of 1911 the House of Lords can delay Non-Money Bill sent up by the House of Commons for:

1.One year

2.Two year

3.Three year

4.Four year

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Question:
 According to the Parliament Act of 1949 the House of Lords can delay a Non-Money Bill for:

1.One year

2.Two year

3.Three year

4.Four year

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Question:
 In 1835 the first speaker not elected for the second term was:

1.Sir Thomas de Hungerford

2.Sutton

3.George Kennedy

4.Walpole

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Question:
 In Britain the real executive is the cabinet which is responsible to the:

1. House of Lords

2.House of Representatives

3.House of Commons

4.None of these

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Question:
 Lord Chancellor is the only Cabinet Minister whose salary is same as that of:

1. The President

2.The Prime Minister

3.The Cabinet

4.The Chief Justice

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Question:
 Mother of all Parliaments is to be called:

1.The British Parliament

2.The American Parliament

3.The French Parliament

4.The Russian Parliament

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Question:
 Stipendiary Magistrates are appointed by:

1.The Lord Chancellor

2.The Home Secretary

3.The Prime Minister

4.The Queen

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Question:
 The Cabinet evolved out of:

1.The Privy Council

2. The House of Commons

3.The House of Lords

4.None of these

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Question:
 The House of Lords consists of the Lords Temporal and:

1.Lords Spiritual

2.Lords Privy

3.Lords Magnificent

4.None of these

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Question:
 The Lower Chamber of the British Parliament is called:

1.House of Representatives

2.House of Commons

3.House of Lords

4.Senet

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Question:
 The Lower Chamber of the British Parliament is called:

1.House of Representatives

2.House of Commons

3.House of Lords

4.Senet

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Question:
 The Presiding Officer of the House of Commons is:

1.The Chairman

2.The Deputy Chariman

3.The Speaker

4.The Deputy Speaker

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Question:
 The Presiding officer of the House of Lords is:

1.The Speaker

2.The Lord Chancellor

3.The Queen

4.None of these

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Question:
 The Prime Minister is appointed by:

1.The House of Lords

2.The House of Commons

3.The Queen

4.The Parliament

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Question:
 The Supreme legislative authority in Britain liew with:

1.The Parliament

2.The Queen in Parliament

3.The Prime Minister in Parliament

4.The Speaker in Parliament

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Question:
 The term Privy Council was first used in the reign of:

1.Henry V

2.George I

3.Charles I

4.Charles II

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Question:
A member of House of Commons must be at least

1.18 years of age

2.20 years of age

3.21 years of age

4.23 years of age

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Question:
According to the Act of 1911 the duration of Parliament was reduced from:

1. 6 to 5 years

2.7 to 5 years

3.8 to 5 years

4.8 to 4 years

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Question:
According to the Act of 1969 every adult man or women has right to vote must be at least:

1.18 years of age

2.19 years of age

3.20 years of age

4.21 years of age

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Question:
According to the Acts of 1911 and 1949 the House of Lords cannot delay a Money Bill for more than:

1.One month

2.Two months

3.Three months

4.Four months

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Question:
According to the Parliament Act of 1949 the House of Lords can delay a Non-Money Bill for:

1. One year

2.Two year

3.Three year

4. Four year

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Question:
At present House of Commons consists of:

1.350 members

2.465 members

3.558 members

4.659 members

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Question:
At present House of Commons consists of:

1.360 members

2.466 members

3.558 members

4.659 members

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Question:
Britain became a member of the European Economic Community in:

1.23-Jan

2.Feb-73

3.Mar-75

4.Apr-75

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Question:
In 1377 the first elected speaker of the House of Commons was:

1.Earl of Lever Poole

2.George Green

3.Walpole

4.Sir Thomas de Hungerford

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Question:
In the following laws which one is the written law of the and:

1.Convention

2.Statute law

3. Common law

4.Equity

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Question:
Lord Chancellor is a member of the Cabinet and also the head of:

1.The Parliament

2.The Judiciary

3.The Administrative

4.None of them

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Question:
Lord Chancellor is the only Cabinet Minister whose salary is same as that of:

1. The President

2.The Prime Minister

3.The Attorney General

4.The Chief Justice

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Question:
Lords Spiritual are consist of:
A.  B. 
C. Four archbishops D. Five archbishops

1.Two archbishops

2.Three archbishops

3.Four archbishops

4.Four archbishops

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Question:
The Act of 1911 was amended in 1949 and under the amended Act the delaying powers of the House of Lords were reduced from 2 years to:

1.1 year

2.10 months

3.7 months

4. 5 months

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Question:
The British Courts must accept the laws passed by:

1.The Judiciary

2. The Parliament

3.The Cabinet

4.None of these

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Question:
The British Parliament is:

1.Unicameral

2.Bicameral

3.Tri-cameral

4.None of these

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Question:
The Court of Quarter Sessions is held:

1.Two times a year

2.Three times a year

3.Four times a year

4.None of them

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Question:
The Courts of Assizes are held:

1.Two times a year

2.Three times a year

3.Four times a year

4.Five times a year

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Question:
The Final Court in all civil and criminal cases for the UK is:

1.High Court

2.Country Court

3.Court of the Justice of the Peace

4.House of Lords

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Question:
The Final Court of Appeal in England is:

1.The Cour of Appeal

2.The High Court

3.The Country Court

4.None of these

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Question:
The High Court consists in:

1.Two Divisions

2.Three Divisions

3.Four Divisions

4.Five Divisions

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Question:
The House of Lords at present consists of about:

1.900 members

2.1100 members

3.1200 members

4.1300 members

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Question:
The House of Lords at present consists of about:

1. 900 members

2.100 members

3.12 members

4.1300 members

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Question:
The Kinds of laws in England are:

1.Two

2.Three

3.Four

4.Five

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Question:
The most important feature of the British Speaker-ship is its:

1.Partisan Character

2. Non-Partisan Character

3.Both a and b

4.None of them

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Question:
The presiding Officer of the House of Commons is:

1.The Chairman

2.The Deputy Chairman

3.The Speaker

4.The Deputy Speaker

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Question:
The Sovereignty of Parliament means:

1.The Sovereignty of the House of Commons

2. The Sovereignty of the House of Lords

3.The Sovereignty of the Cabinet

4.The Sovereignty of the Prime Minister

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Question:
The tenure of the House of Commons is:

1.5 years

2.6 years

3.7 years

4.9 years

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Question:
The tenure of the House of Commons is:

1.5 years

2.6 years

3.7 years

4.9 years

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Question:
The Word Rex stands for:

1.The Queen

2.The Crown

3.The Court

4.The Prisi

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Question:
Types of courts in England are:

1.Two

2.Three

3.Four

4.Five

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Question:
Who decides whether a Bill is a Money Bill or Non-Money Bill?

1.Chairman of House of Lords

2.Speaker of House of Commons

3.Speaker of House of Representatives

4.None of these

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