Quiz: a week in 12 questions + Caption Competition

Boris goes for a row with the Czech foreign minister. Captions please!

  1. What could patients soon be asked when they go to the doctor?
    1. If they own a car
    2. What their sexuality is
    3. If they have any pets
  2. Which politician recently labelled the EU “the enemy”?
    1. Philip Hammond
    2. Amber Rudd
    3. Boris Johnson
  3. How old is Sebastian Kurz, the youngest leader of a country in the world?
    1. 27
    2. 40
    3. 31
  4. Which bird did David Attenborough see eating plastic whilst filming Blue Planet II?
    1. Albatross
    2. Puffin
    3. Pelican
  5. How many founding countries of NATO were there in 1949?
    1. 23
    2. 7
    3. 12
  6. What is the name of the agreement which defines what you can and cannot do in space?
    1. The Outer Space Treaty
    2. The Interplanetary Alliance
    3. The Milky Way Agreement
  7. Who started the Suffragette movement in Britain?
    1. Emmeline Pankhurst
    2. Emily Davison
    3. Germaine Greer
  8. How many black rhinos remained in the wild in 2015?
    1. 12,000
    2. 5,000
    3. 65,000
  9. In which Charles Dickens novel can you find the character Bill Sikes?
    1. A Christmas Carol
    2. A Tale of Two Cities
    3. Oliver Twist
  10. In Nazi Germany, satirical jokes about the authorities were common. What were they known as?
    1. Whisper jokes
    2. Silent jokes
    3. Danger jokes
  11. What is the name of Philip Pullman's new book?
    1. La Belle Sauvage
    2. La Maison de Chats
    3. Une Femme et un Ours Polaire
  12. Who is thought to have found a valuable piece of art this week, which was looted by the Nazis?
    1. A school trip from Salford
    2. Brad Pitt
    3. Three German pensioners

Caption competition

Last week’s winner

“We’re going to need a bigger boat.” Bennett Memorial Diocesan School

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

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