Quiz: a week in 12 questions + Caption Competition

Trump speaks at a tank factory in Ohio. Send us your best captions!

  1. An anti-Brexit march took place in London last weekend. How many people do organisers say turned up?
    1. 500,000
    2. One million
    3. Five million
  2. Robert Mueller finally submitted his report on whether Trump colluded with Russia in 2016. What did it say?
    1. Trump did collude with Russia
    2. Trump did not collude with Russia
    3. Trump obstructed justice
  3. Which of these Hollywood stars has NOT signed up to work with Apple on a new streaming service?
    1. Oprah Winfrey
    2. Steven Spielberg
    3. Jennifer Lawrence
  4. How many subscribers does Netflix have worldwide?
    1. 50 million
    2. 100 million
    3. 150 million
  5. How many women were elected to the US House of Representatives last year?
    1. 78
    2. 102
    3. 350
  6. The owners of which sandwich shop have admitted that their family had links to Nazis in the Second World War?
    1. Pret A Manger
    2. Subway
    3. EAT.
  7. What year did Hitler become leader of Germany?
    1. 1929
    2. 1933
    3. 1939
  8. Thomas Edison invented a lightbulb in the 19th century. Which fellow inventor did he often feud with?
    1. Nikola Tesla
    2. Isambard Kingdom Brunel
    3. Alexander Graham Bell
  9. Who shot and killed US founding father Alexander Hamilton?
    1. Thomas Jefferson
    2. Aaron Burr
    3. John Adams
  10. Who was the first person in space?
    1. Yuri Gagarin
    2. Neil Armstrong
    3. Tim Peake
  11. Vincent Van Gogh lived in London when he was 20. What was his job?
    1. Book seller
    2. Art dealer
    3. Bank clerk
  12. Which superhero is celebrating their 80th birthday this week?
    1. Superman
    2. Batman
    3. Wonder Woman

Caption competition

Last week’s winner

“That’s not what they mean by jog on, Prime Minister” Hull Collegiate School

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

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