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How much do you know about Scottish politics?

Question 1
This year saw the 300th anniversary of what?
A: The last time a Scottish MP was Prime Minister
B: The Calcutta Cup
C: The Act of Union
D: The Old Firm derby
Question 2
In which year was the Stone of Scone, the Scottish stone on which British monarchs have been crowned since the 13th century, stolen by four Scottish students?
A: 1812
B: 1896
C: 1950
D: 1996
Question 3
Which of the following is untrue about Scotland?
A: It has its own legal system
B: It has its own education system
C: It has its own Parliament
D: Incapacity benefit payments are higher than England
Question 4
The Barnett Formula, by which government money is distributed to Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland, is named after Joel Barnett. But what was his job when he produced the formula?
A: Permanent Under-Secretary at the Scottish Office
B: Chief Secretary to the Treasury
C: Chancellor of the Exchequer
D: Scottish Secretary
Question 5
What nationality was the architect of the Scottish Parliament building?
A: Spanish
B: Sudanese
C: Scottish
D: Samoan
Question 6
Which Scottish city sends the most MSPs to the Parliament?
A: Glasgow
B: Edinburgh
C: Dundee
D: Stirling
Question 7
On which of the following issues has the Scottish Executive not pursued a different course to the government in London?
A: University tuition fees
B: Personal care for the elderly
C: Eye tests
D: The level of income tax
Question 8
The SNP’s first post-war win came at the Hamilton by-election in 1967, but who won the seat for the party?
A: Fergus Ewing
B: Annabelle Ewing
C: Winnie Ewing
D: Margo McDonald
Question 9
How many First Ministers have there been since devolution in 1999?
A: One
B: Two
C: Three
D: Four
Question 10
There will be a major constitutional innovation in Scotland this year – but what is it?
A: There will be a coalition government
B: There will be proportional representation in local government
C: The Bishop of Edinburgh will become Presiding Officer
D: Scotland will have a tax free day in June

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