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  1. AP Comparative Government GOPO Review: UK Quiz #1

  2. Contestants do not forget to • Always phrase your question in the form of an answer • Hands on your buzzers it is time to play

  3. Yes, Prime Minister Common Terms Let’s Party! Under New Labour Hodge Podge $100 $100 $100 $100 $100 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $300 $300 $300 $300 $300 $400 $400 $400 $400 $400 $500 $500 $500 $500 $500 Final Jeopardy

  4. Yes, Prime Minister $100 He led Britain to victory in World War II.

  5. Yes, Prime Minister $200 Representing Sedgefield, this Labour leader became prime minister in the wake of the 1997 General Election.

  6. Yes, Prime Minister $300 This Conservative dominated British politics from 1979 to 1990.

  7. Yes, Prime Minister $400 His major accomplishment was signing the Maastricht Treaty.

  8. Yes, Prime Minister $500 This Labour prime minister introduced the National Health Service (NHS).

  9. Common Terms $100 In Britain, it is abbreviated "MP".

  10. Common Terms $200 It is when cabinet members publicly support executive policy decisions.

  11. Common Terms $300 During this often heated one hour debate in the House of Commons, the prime minister defends policy against attacks from the opposition and sometimes from his/her own party.

  12. Common Terms $400 Daily Double Traditionally, if this kind of key parliamentary vote is lost the cabinet must resign.

  13. Common Terms $500 It is the term the British use to describe majority party MPs who do not vote according to party discipline in a key parliamentary vote.

  14. Let's Party! $100 Traditionally dominated by trade unions, this party sits on the left of the British political spectrum.

  15. Let's Party! $200 Struggling to find a voice, this party has gone through several party leaders since John Major and is currently led by David Cameron.

  16. Let's Party! $300 This "third" party would like to see proportional representation replace single-member plurality in parliamentary elections.

  17. Let's Party! $400 As a form of protest, this Northern Irish party traditionally has not occupied the seats it rightfully won in parliamentary elections.

  18. Let's Party! $500 This racist far right party has taken a strong and controversial stance against immigration.

  19. Under New Labour $100 Under this constitutional reform policy, Scotland gained a Parliament and Wales gained an Assembly.

  20. Under New Labour $200 As Labour Chancellor of the Exchequer, he oversaw Britain’s failure to pass 5 economic tests required for the adoption of the Euro.

  21. Under New Labour $300 Partially inspired by Bill Clinton, it is the name of Tony Blair's philosophical foundation for "New Labour".

  22. Under New Labour $400 Prime Minister Blair suffered his first parliamentary defeat over proposed laws intended to fight this international issue.

  23. Under New Labour $500 Although elected as an independent in 2000, this mayor of London won reelection in 2004 as a member of the Labour Party.

  24. Hodge Podge $100 The political elite in Britain have traditionally been educated at these two English universities.

  25. Hodge Podge $200 This 1911 legislation granted pay to MPs.

  26. Hodge Podge $300 This 20th century British economist advocated government deficit spending during hard economic times.

  27. Hodge Podge $400 It is the term to describe a British semi-public agency.

  28. Hodge Podge $500 One might wonder how this wild British party (which avidly protested B-liar’s war policy) might stand on asylum policy.

  29. Yes, Prime Minister $100 Who was WINSTON CHURCHILL?

  30. Yes, Prime Minister $200 Who is TONY BLAIR?

  31. Yes, Prime Minister $300 Who was MARGARET THATCHER?

  32. Yes, Prime Minister $400 Who was JOHN MAJOR?

  33. Yes, Prime Minister $500 Who was CLEMENT ATLEE?

  34. Common Terms $100 What is MEMBER OF PARLIAMENT?

  35. Common Terms $200 What is COLLECTIVE RESPONSIBILITY?

  36. Common Terms $300 What is QUESTION TIME? (Prime Minister's Questions)

  37. Common Terms $400 What is VOTE OF CONFIDENCE?

  38. Common Terms $500 What is REBELLING?

  39. Let's Party! $100 What is the LABOUR PARTY?

  40. Let's Party! $200 What is the CONSERVATIVE (TORY) PARTY?

  41. Let's Party! $300 What is the LIBERAL DEMOCRATIC PARTY?

  42. Let's Party! $400 What is SINN FEIN?

  43. Let's Party! $500 What is the BRITISH NATIONAL PARTY?

  44. Under New Labour $100 What is DEVOLUTION?

  45. Under New Labour $200 Who is GORDON BROWN?

  46. Under New Labour $300 What is the THIRD WAY?

  47. Under New Labour $400 What is TERRORISM?

  48. Under New Labour $500 Who is KEN LIVINGSTONE (“RED Ken”)?

  49. Hodge Podge $100 What are OXFORD and CAMBRIDGE (OXBRIDGE)?

  50. Hodge Podge $200 What was the PARLIAMENT ACT?