Quiz: a week in 12 questions + Caption Competition

Where falcons fly. Send us your funniest captions please!

  1. Who was the runner-up in the 2017 Australian Open Men’s Singles?
    1. Andy Murray
    2. Novak Djokovic
    3. Rafael Nadal
  2. Which of these events took place in 1962?
    1. The Cuban missile crisis
    2. Man first walked on the moon
    3. Elizabeth II became queen
  3. From which of these countries did President Trump NOT ban migration to the US for 90 days?
    1. Yemen
    2. Iraq
    3. Saudi Arabia
  4. In 1990, 77,163 people gained their first degree from a UK university. What was the number in 2016?
    1. 101,674
    2. 216,463
    3. 376,330
  5. In 2015, which country was described by its leader as ‘the first postnational state’?
    1. Canada
    2. Germany
    3. Japan
  6. Who is the bookmakers’ favourite to be the next person to play Doctor Who?
    1. Idris Elba
    2. Ben Whishaw
    3. Miranda Hart
  7. How long is the bill to trigger Article 50, the official process for leaving the European Union?
    1. 140 characters
    2. 140 words
    3. 140 pages
  8. Different types of brain activity change the levels of which element in the blood, changing its colour?
    1. Oxygen
    2. Hydrogen
    3. Carbon Dioxide
  9. According to a YouGov poll, what do 52% of Donald Trump’s voters believe about Barack Obama?
    1. That he is a Muslim
    2. That he was not born in America
    3. That he tried to rig the election
  10. How much did the underwear that Beyoncé wore in her pregnancy photo cost?
    1. $2
    2. $120
    3. $225
  11. On Thursday the government detailed its Brexit strategy in a…?
    1. Blue paper
    2. White paper
    3. Red paper
  12. What crashed through a window into a basement at a home in Idaho, USA?
    1. A moose
    2. A small asteroid
    3. A helicopter

Caption competition

Last week’s winner

“That croissant looks beautigull” Kingston Grammar School

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1c, 2a, 3c, 4c, 5a, 6b, 7b, 8a, 9b, 10c, 11b, 12a

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