News quiz

29th April 2005 at 01:00
1 Sheer extravagance, darling: what will cost pound;1.5 million?

a Elton and David's planned wedding. b The average Briton's spending over a lifetime. c Posh and Becks' divorce settlement. d Two-way mirrors in every classroom

2 Free gift! Greenpeace climbed John Prescott's roof to install equipment to convert what into energy?

a Sunlight. b Hot air. c Methane. d Bird droppings

3 Policy twist: Why does Nick Griffin of the BNP say he opposes interracial marriage?

a He hates "Blacks". b And Asians. c Cultural diversity - he wants to protect ethnic minorities from disappearing. d Plus, he hates "Blacks"

4 We learn the Attorney General had six doubts about the legality of the Iraq War. How did Tony Blair describe his advice?

a Troubling. b Bonkers. c Illegible. d Unequivocal.

5 Sheer extravagance, darling: what will cost pound;1.5 million?

a Elton and David's planned wedding. b.The average Briton's spending over a lifetime. c Posh and Becks' divorce settlement. d.Two-way mirrors in every classroom.

ANSWERS: 1a, 2d, 3c, 4d, 5b

ANSWERS: 1a, 2d, 3c, 4d, 5b

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