At its peak, how much of the Earth’s land area was colonised by the British Empire?
What happened to many former colonial countries in the twentieth century?
Today, the UK continues to have political, economic and cultural influences within which organisations? (you may select more than one)
Please select 3 correct answers
True or false?
The UK is highly regarded for its fairness and tolerance, its highly developed legal system, its strong democratic principles and its rich cultural heritage.
Which of the following is not an example of the UK’s trade links with the wider world?
Which of the following is not an example of the UK’s cultural links with the wider world?
Which of the following is not an example of the UK’s transport links with the wider world?
Which of the following is not an example of the UK’s electronic communication links with the wider world?
When did the UK join the EU?
Which of the following is not an effect membership of the EU has had on the UK?
What is the Commonwealth?
True or false?
Many people have migrated to the UK from Commonwealth countries.
Which country is not a member of the Commonwealth?
True or false?
Strong cultural links between Commonwealth countries has led to strong trade and business links.
The UK in the Wider World Quiz
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