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I Should Know That: Great Britain: Everything You (and the Prime Minister) Really Should Know About GB
 
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I Should Know That: Great Britain: Everything You (and the Prime Minister) Really Should Know About GB [Kindle Edition]

Emma Marriott
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A new book covering a range of topics from geography and history to politics and society explains our wonderful country's quirky character Daily Express A fun guide to Great Britain, covering a range of key topics on our fair land Daily Mail A comprehensive, fact-filled guide to Great Britain, including it's history, laws, government and culture NFU Countryside An ideal introduction to all matters British The Good Book Guide

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I Should Know That: Great Britain covers a range of key topics on our fair land, including essential British history (Magna Carta, the Great Reform Act etc.), the current political and legal system (when can a magistrate decide whether a person is guilty or innocent?), migration to Britain, women's rights (when did married women gain the right to retain ownership of money and property?), geography (what's the distance between John O' Groats and Land's End?), and culture (who wrote 'Rule, Britannia!' etc...).

The subjects and questions are inspired by the UK citizenship test and the book also includes the hilarious, though unfortunate, gaffes frequently made by our politicians. A book for anyone who wishes that they were more informed citizens.

About the Author

Emma Marriott is a freelance writer and editor whose previous works for Michael O'Mara Books include I Used to Know That: History, Bad History: How We Got the Past Wrong and The History of the World in Bite-sized Chunks.
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