British Politics Review of 2016

A lot has happened this year, try and answer the following questions about Political events that happened relating to the United Kingdom.
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What was the nickname given to the referendum on 23rd June?
Brexit
Who resigned as Prime Minister the next day after losing?
David Cameron
After barely campaining for the remain campaign, who was given a vote of no confidence by his party?
Jeremy Corbyn
Which MP was murdered while campaigning for the referendum?
Jo Cox
The slogan about incorrectly diverting £350m funds to the EU to help the NHS was plastered on what?
Bus
Who was the first Labour MP to challenge for leadership?
Angela Eagle
The above's announcement was deserted by journalists after who withdrew from the Conservative leadership election?
Andrea Leadsom
Who then became the Prime Minister?
Theresa May
Who was selected to be the new Foreign Secretary?
Boris Johnson
Who 'backstabbed' the above for the Conservative Leadership candidacy?
Michael Gove
What is the nickname to the Communications Data Bill that was passed in November?
Snooper's Charter
Which country's diplomats was described by the Queen as 'very rude'
China
Labour leader tried to claim an empty train was so busy he couldn't get a seat on with which company?
Virgin Trains
Which city elected their first Muslim mayor?
London
Nigeria and Afghanistan were described by the PM as two of the most ______ in the world
corrupt
Which town had the highest proportion of 'leave' voters?
Boston
Which town had the highest proportion of 'remain' voters?
Gibraltar
The Chilcot Inquiry was a report on the UK's role in which war?
Iraq War
After two leadership elections, Paul Nuttall became the leader of which party?
UKIP
Gina Miller took the Government to court to ensure who had to approve the implentation of Article 50?
House of Commons
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Level 46
Jan 2, 2017
having Gibraltar down as a town is a bit cheeky!
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Level 55
Jan 2, 2020
£350m slogan was ruled admissable by the High Court. Misleading sure but while inquiries are still ongoing into this then to describe the slogan as incorrect isn't quite, well, correct