That seems to be the problem. The test was set out by the Guardian, so it is not about what the British should know, more about what the left wing elite think we should know.
If the test had been set by the daily wail it would look more like this.
Q1 Theperson we want most to enter the houses of parliament is, A.Tony Blair. B.David Cameron. C.Nick Clegg. D.Guy Fawkes.
Q2 InBritain we drive, A.On the left. B.On the right. C.Too quickly. D.Everywhere.
Q3 WinstonChurchill was, A.A black civil rights leader. B.An insurance salesman. C.A great statesman and world leader. D.A little Englander Europhobe.
Q4 Ourfavourite meal is, A.Roast beef and Yorkshire pudding. B.Pies, pies and more pies. C.Vinderloo, vinderloo, vinderloovinderloo nah nah. D.Quiche.
Q5 A Britishsoldier is, A.A drunken thug. B.The finest in the world. C.A rarity on ARRSE these days. D.All of the above.
Q6 Englandis, A.A green and pleasant land. B.A scroungers paradise. C.A complete shite hole. D.A province of France.
Q7 The Welshnational sport is, A.Rugby. B.Sheep molesting. C.Complaining about the English. D.Complaining about their dole cheque.
Q8 TheScottish national pastime is, A.Getting drunk. B.Fighting. C.Hating the English. D.Getting drunk, then fighting thehated English.
Q9 AnEnglishman’s home is, A.His castle. B.A shithole. C. In Wales. D.Owned by the council.
Q 10 A Welshman’shome is, A. A castle. B. A cave. C. A hovel. D. Owned by the English.
If it was run by the sun it would be.
Q1 Do you like birds with big tits.
This was brilliant! However, may I add that the Sun's question would have taken up half the page and it would have used illustrations/photos in the answer section, as their "readership" cannot be expected to decipher that much text.
P.S. I got 10/15, but my bum was saved by the history/literature questions and some sheer luck.