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Ages: Age 14-16, Age 16-19
Subjects: Citizenship, Government & Politics , History
Topics: The emergence of Parliament, The House of Lords , The House of Commons & MPs , Making laws, The Palace of Westminster
Resource Types: Quiz
Every week Parliament's education team produces a quiz on the history or the work of Parliament. The quizzes can be used to introduce a subject, test students' knowledge of what's been happening in the news or as a good way to summarise a lesson.
Prime Ministers and Presidents - How much do you know about UK Presidents and Prime Ministers?
The House of Lords Committees Debating in Parliament Prime Minister's Questions The Speaker of the House of Commons The House of Commons The Passage of a BillScrutiny of government
Magna Carta Parliament and the World Wars The Fire of 1834 Suffragettes Famous speeches in ParliamentWomen in ParliamentGuy FawkesWinston Churchill David Lloyd George
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