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A traditional British pub quiz full of general knowledge questions that are numbered for quick reference and are aimed at people who know about the UK or wish to learn more.

Each quiz contains twenty questions and answers, making a lot of fun trivia nights down at the local pub, or for staging family quiz shows at home.

There are hundreds of questions for all ages, and from all backgrounds, with a mix of strange ones to intriguing ones, that everyone should know, like how many cards are in a set of Tarot cards to knowing what OXFAM stands for.

So even if you're American, Australian, Canadian, or someone who loves the British, you'll love this English themed trivia book! Even the spelling is in English (and not American-English).


Which city contains the highest number of standing medieval churches compared to any city in Europe?

What was the soap 'Emmerdale' originally called?
Emmerdale Farm

In what London borough is Wembley Stadium located?
London Borough of Brent

Who had albums titled '19' and '21'?

What are the most senior politicians known as?
The Cabinet (around 20 members)

Who starred with David Walliams in 'Little Britain'?
Matt Lucas

What station does Harry Potter and others use for platform 9 3/4?
Kings Cross Station, London

What artist has used a dead sheep and a dead shark in a tank?
Damien Hirst

What studio was the first Batman film (1989) filmed at?
Pinewood Studios, England

Who sat on the throne when the great fire of London happened?
Charles II

What is the longest river in the UK?
The river Severn (the Thames is the longest river in England)

Which of the following was originally called Johnny and the Moon Dogs: The Beatles, The Sex Pistols, or The Who?
The Beatles

Who was the English peer who strangely disappeared under suspicious circumstances in 1974?
Lord Lucan

...and hundreds more questions to rack the brain!

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