Which industry dominated the UKs economy during the mid-nineteenth century?
How did the UK’s industrial structure change during the twentieth century?
What proportion of the UK’s workforce was employed in the service sector in 2015?
Which of the following is not one of the three main causes of economic change in the UK?
What is deindustrialisation?
True or false?
Deindustrialisation is one of the most significant economic processes to have taken place in the UK.
Which of the following regions has been least affected by deindustrialisation?
Which of the following is not a legacy of the decline in heavy industry and closure of coal mines in the 1970s and 1980s?
Which of the following best describe globalisation?
Which of the following has transformed the global economic landscape? (select 2 answers).
Please select 2 correct answers
Which of the following is not a government policy that has sought to address economic change in the UK?
True or false?
Since 2010 the UK government has sought to rebalance the economy by investing in high-speed rail connections with the Northern Powerhouse.
Economic Change in the UK
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