Britain has, for centuries, been slowly tilting with ________.
Which often following statements is not true about British coal mining?
For electoral purposes Britain is divided into 659 constituencies, each of whichreturns ________to the House of Commons.
In the 1970s oil was discovered in ________, but the revenue from oil did not create an economic for Britain.
In Britain, ministers are appointed by the Queen on the recommendation of ________.
Thanks to the militant feminist movement of the suffragettes before the First World War, votes were granted to women over the age of ________ in 1918.
The objective of the Chartist Movement was democratic rights for all men, and it took its name from “ ________ ”.
In the 1960s pop music underwent a revolution when ________ became world famous and turned their home town of Liverpool into a place of pilgrimage.
The Tories were the forerunners of ________, which still bears this nickname today
In the United Kingdom, the party which wins the ________ number of seats in the House of Commons becomes the official Opposition.