The daffodil is the national flower of Wales also know as the "St. Peter's ___" in Welsh.
Who is the patron saint of Wales?
What color is the dragon on the Welsh flag?
Who chairs debates in the House of Commons?
Leader of the House
This Scottish King is rumored to have learned patience by watching a spider weave a web.
Who was Henry VIII's fifth wife?
Anne of Cleves
Catherine of Aragon
In what year did Tony Blair become Prime Minister?
Despite his winning of World War II as Prime Minister, Winston Churchill was voted out of office in which year?
Which Archbishop of Canterbury was burned to death in Oxford in 1556?
In what event outside of athletics has Great Britain won the most gold medals at the Olympics?
In which Olympic Games did Britain send the most athletes to compete?
2016 Rio de Janeiro Games
1948 London Games
1908 London Games
2012 London Games
What is presently Britain's national dish?
Bangers & Mash
Chicken Tikka Masala
Fish and Chips
Steak & Kidney Pie
Which British author was responsible for writing "Chitty-Chitty-Bang-Bang"?
Which British poet died of either accidental or purposeful drowning off the coast of Italy?
How many newspapers who have the highest circulation in the UK as of 2016 are published outside of England?
Which British poet wrote "The Charge of the Light Brigade"?
Celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay was born in which country?
Of the 8 venues that hosted the 1966 World Cup in England only three remain in use, which of these makes that list of three?
White City Stadium
Which British Author has sold the most books?
What is the most total Olympic medals won by the UK at the Winter Games?
In which country would you be the most likely to witness the Caber Toss?
With the filing of Article 50, which will see the UK leave the EU, when must the separation be completed from the filing?
In what month did the UK file Article 50, effectively beginning the process of its exit from the European Union though talks had been held prior.
By percentage, which country had the fewest leave votes for the Brexit referendum?
Since Neilsen BookScan began keeping records in 1998, which author has sold the most in British Sterling?
Which British woman presently holds the world record for the marathon?
Which of these British-based F1 constructors has won the most Grand Prix races?
Sherlock Holmes famously wore which type of hat?
Sherlock Holmes first appeared in British Literature in which decade?
How many counties make up Northern Ireland?
Queensbury rules govern which sport?
Snooker is played with a total of how many balls?
In addition to Tennis what is played at Wimbledon?
London hosted which sporting events in 2012?
Cricket World Cup
PDC World Darts Championship
Rugby World Cup
Who was the target of the Gunpowder Plot?
Who was the only British Prime Minister to be assassinated?
Who was the shortest reigning UK monarch?
Lady Jane Grey
Edgar the Etheling
Which monarch reigned the longest in Britain's storied history?
The British East India Company received its royal charter in which year?
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