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Last Updated: Wednesday, 7 February 2007, 15:40 GMT
How much do you know about Welsh politics?

Question 1
When were Wales and England first formally united?
A: 1113
B: 1536
C: 1688
D: 1701
Question 2
Which Welsh politician founded the NHS?
A: Michael Foot
B: Aneurin Bevan
C: David Lloyd George
D: Neil Kinnock
Question 3
Who was the last Prime Minister to represent a Welsh constituency?
A: David Lloyd George
B: Stanley Baldwin
C: Clement Attlee
D: James Callaghan
Question 4
In which year was the first referendum on whether there should be devolution to Wales?
A: 1965
B: 1979
C: 1985
D: 1998
Question 5
Who was the first First Minister of Wales
A: Alun Michael
B: Rhodri Morgan
C: Ron Davies
D: Peter Hain
Question 6
How many members does the Welsh Assembly have?
A: 45
B: 60
C: 74
D: 193
Question 7
Which is the only Welsh constituency never to have been represented by a Labour Member of Parliament?
A: Monmouth
B: Ynys Mon
C: Ceredigion
D: Montgomeryshire
Question 8
What does Plaid Cymru mean?
A: Forward Wales
B: Party of Wales
C: Pride of Wales
D: Land of my Fathers
Question 9
Which former Welsh Secretary was lost for words during a rendition of the Welsh National anthem?
A: William Hague
B: Peter Walker
C: John Redwood
D: Paul Murphy
Question 10
In 2005, the election of Trish Law in a by-election made the National Assembly for Wales only the second in the world to have greater female representation than male. But which was the first?
A: Swiss Federal Parliament
B: Isle of Manís House of Keys
C: Basque Parliament
D: Israeli Knesset

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