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Edward Heath Quiz

1. When was Edward Heath Prime Minister of UK?
a) 1936-1940
b) 1970-1974
c) 1945-1951
d) 1956-1961

2. When was Edward Heath born?
a) 3 January 1910
b) 5 April 1902
c) 7 July 1916
d) 11 December 1914

3. Where was Edward Heath born?
a) Broadstairs
b) York
c) London
d) Huddersfield

4. Which university did Edward Heath attend?
a) London
b) Cambridge
c) Victoria
d) Oxford

5. To which party did Edward Heath belong?
a) Liberal
b) Conservative
c) Republican
d) Labour

6. What was Edward Heath’s portfolio in 1959-1960?
a) Defence
b) Home
c) Labour
d) Finance

7. When did Edward Heath impose direct British Rule in Northern Ireland?
a) 1972
b) 1968
c) 1956
d) 1964

8. Who replaced Edward Heath as party leader in 1975?
a) John Major
b) Margaret Thatcher
c) Michael Heseltine
d) James Callaghan

9. When did Edward Heath die?
a) 23 February 1991
b) 12 May 1995
c) 17 July 2005
d) 8 October 1997

10. Where did Edward Heath die?
a) Manchester
b) Tweed
c) Liverpool
d) Salisbury

Edward Heath Quiz Answers

1. When was Edward Heath Prime Minister of UK?
b) 1970-1974

2. When was Edward Heath born?
c) 7 July 1916

3. Where was Edward Heath born?
a) Broadstairs

4. Which university did Edward Heath attend?
d) Oxford

5. To which party did Edward Heath belong?
b) Conservative

6. What was Edward Heath’s portfolio in 1959-1960?
c) Labour

7. When did Edward Heath impose direct British Rule in Northern Ireland?
a) 1972

8. Who replaced Edward Heath as party leader in 1975?
b) Margaret Thatcher

9. When did Edward Heath die?
c) 17 July 2005

10. Where did Edward Heath die?
d) Salisbury

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