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1 You have 3 minutes to answer the 10 questions set using the photo clues. Good Luck!

2 What is the average price of a litre of unleaded petrol in the UK? How many MPs belong to the UKIP party? Name the ‘Big 4’ supermarkets To the nearest 100k, how many people are unemployed in the UK? What is the minimum age permitted to purchase cigarettes in the UK? How many people took A Level Economics in 2014?

3 Q: How many MPs belong to the UKIP party? A: None! Although a by-election in Clacton in October might be won by UKIP Why are UKIP so Eurosceptic?

4 Q: What is the minimum age permitted to purchase cigarettes in the UK? A: 18 years old. However, there is no minimum age to be allowed to smoke Why are cigarettes not sold to anyone at any age?

5 Q: Where? A: The Bank of England? Interest Rates are controlled by the Monetary Policy Committee. What would happen if they increase interest rates?

6 Q: Who? A: Danny Alexander (Chief Secretary to the Treasury since 2010) Can politicians really affect what happens in the economy?

7 Q: Name the ‘Big 4’ supermarkets A: A: Tesco, Sainsbury’s, Asda, WM Morrisons How does having so few major supermarkets impact on us as consumers?

8 Q: Who? A: A: Angel Di Mario. Signed by Manchester United for £60m Why do male professional footballers earn so much in England?

9 Q: To the nearest 100k, how many people are unemployed in the UK? A: A: 2.08 million people Why is unemployment such a problem?

10 Q: What is the average price of a litre of unleaded petrol in the UK? A: A: £1.29 per litre What happens to demand for petrol when its price increases by 2p per litre

11 Q: Which flag? A: A: China What is the impact on the UK from a continued growth in the Chinese economy?

12 Q: How many people took A Level Economics in 2014? A: A: 70,242 Why is education so important to an economy?

13 Welcome to A Level Economics! You’re going to love it!

14 The Home of A Level Economics


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