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Country Review Jeopardy Template Mr. Oakes UK Review
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History 100 Question For the past 1400 years, what has been the dominant religion in the United Kingdom?
History 100 Answer Christianity
History 200 Question What is the term used to describe individual groups that push a particular political issue or cause?
History 200 Answer Interest Groups
History 300 Question What is "Noblesse Oblige"?
History 300 Answer The concept that the wealthy are responsible to help the less fortunate
History 400 Question What did the Good Friday Agreement Accomplish?
History 400 Answer It established peace between Northern Ireland and Great Britain
History 500 Question What movement in the United Kingdom was characterized by privatization of government owned business are cutbacks on social welfare?
History 500 Answer Thatcherism
Economy 100 Question What is the unit of currency in the United Kingdom?
Economy 100 Answer The Pound (£)
Economy 200 Question What branch of the United Kingdom's government has the power to raise taxes?
Economy 200 Answer The Parliament
Economy 300 Question What type of economy does the United Kingdom have?
Economy 300 Answer Free Market Capitalism
Economy 400 Question What era in the United Kingdom was characterized by a burst in manufacturing?
Economy 400 Answer The Industrial Revolution
Economy 500 Question What colony was essential to foreign trading during the United Kingdom's period of Imperialism?
Economy 500 Answer India
Politics 100 Question What type of government does the United Kingdom have?
Politics 100 Answer Constitutional Monarchy
Politics 200 Question What two houses make up the United Kingdom’s Parliament?
Politics 200 Answer The House of Commons and the House of Lords
Politics 300 Question True or False: The United Kingdom has a formal, written constitution.
Politics 300 Answer False, the United Kingdom's constitution is uncodified
Politics 400 Question What government officials are directly elected by voters?
Politics 400 Answer Members of Parliament (MPs)
Politics 500 Question What two documents are central to the United Kingdom's constitution?
Politics 500 Answer The Magna Carta and the Bill of Rights
Current Issues 100 Question Who is the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom?
Current Issues 100 Answer David Cameron
Current Issues 200 Question What is the group that is cautious of adopting the Euro as the national currency?
Current Issues 200 Answer The Euroskeptics
Current Issues 300 Question What is the current party in power in the United Kingdom?
Current Issues 300 Answer The Conservative Party
Current Issues 400 Question Which former Prime Minister whose term was characterized by a push for conservative economics passed away recently?
Current Issues 400 Answer Margaret Thatcher
Current Issues 500 Question Which of the United Kingdom's major political parties is known for its Euroskepticism?
Current Issues 500 Answer The Conservative Party
Miscellaneous 100 Question What 4 countries make up the United Kingdom
Miscellaneous 100 Answer England, Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland
Miscellaneous 200 Question What is the term for the idea in the United Kingdom that political change happens slowly over time?
Miscellaneous 200 Answer Gradualism
Miscellaneous 300 Question What is the largest media outlet in the United Kingdom?
Miscellaneous 300 Answer The British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Miscellaneous 400 Question What is the term used to describe less influential party members that sit further from the front in the House of Commons?
Miscellaneous 400 Answer Backbenchers
Miscellaneous 500 Question Where does the Prime Minister live?
Miscellaneous 500 Answer 10 Downing Street
BY: NEIL DALAL PD. 7 Political and Economic Change in the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.
George Comeron Jose La Rosa Mike Sparrow(Suarez) Nicholas Castaneda Period 5 4/27/10.
A. Industrial Revolution brought wealth & power to Great Britain Result : created economic & social inequality B. Ideas of “Liberalism” influence politics.
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Political Parties / Elections in the United Kingdom.
BRITISH POLITICAL SYSTEM
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Politics in Britain The political system. Executive LegislatureCourt Bureaucracies Political partiesInterest groups Domestic economy Domestic cultureDomestic.
Do Now Read the article and do the following: –Highlight and/or underline three main ideas of the article –Circle or Make a Star around facts you think.
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Chapter 27.2 A Profile of Great Britain. A Parliamentary Democracy Great Britain, or the U.K., is an island nation that includes England, Scotland,
Political Parties, Elections, & Interest Groups
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Politics in Britain The political system.
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