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Quiz of the week's news

It's the Magazine's quiz of the week's news, 7 days 7 questions.

This quiz is published every Friday - but you can find it at any stage of the week on the Magazine index.

Question 1
Which one of these did Tony Blair successfully identify in a game on the Richard and Judy show without being told the answer?
A: John McCririck
B: A guinea pig
C: Sharon Stone
D: A tractor
E: A courgette
F: Jools Holland
Question 2
Which of these famous women claimed to earn their partner's devotion with "home-cooked meals"?
A: Cherie Blair, during a speech in New Zealand
B: Camilla Parker-Bowles, announcing her engagement
C: Kate Moss, sticking by Pete Doherty
D: Katie Price, planning her wedding
Question 3
"Not only no, but hell no!" Whose emphatic rejection?
A: US Vice President Dick Cheney, on whether he will stand for election again
B: Alastair Cambell, on apologising to a journalist
C: Man Utd supporters' chairman on Michael Glazer's takeover bid
Question 4
Which of these injuries did Dame Ellen Macarthur suffer on her mammoth round-the-world trip?
A: Badly burnt arm
B: Cut and bruised forehead
C: Cut thumb
D: Badly bruised leg
E: Rotten fingernails
F: All of the above
Question 5
In a survey published this week, motorists in the UK were asked what law change would be their biggest wish. Which of these was more wished-for?
A: Make lane-hogging an offence
B: Scrap speed cameras
C: Allow only company cars in motorway fast lanes
Question 6
Missing word round. This headline is from the Daily Telegraph. Complete it. "Let's forget our __________, Rice tells French."
A: inhibitions
B: quarrels
C: selves
Question 7
And finally, which of these folk wasn't among a list of dinner guests at Chequers, the prime minister's weekend retreat, revealed this week?
A: Clive Anderson
B: Sir Jimmy Savile
C: Dawn French
D: Jennifer Saunders

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And now... the weekly Bonus Question. We tell you the answer, you tell us the question. Marks are deducted for predictability. The most wrong questions will be published here throughout Friday.

This week's answer is "MY INVISIBLE COMPETITOR".

Entries now closed. Wrong questions included:

Sometimes I may feel inferior, but at least I get noticed more often than who?
Dave Godfrey, Swindon

What are equity firms?
Savannah Hawke, New York

What does transparency in business lead to?
Sarah Batley, Flint

Dave Dee, Maputo, O.G. Nash, Doha, Tim G. London, Kip, Norwich, Candace, New Jersey...?
pj, Barcelona

Who won this year's Low Self Esteem Championships?
Catherine O, Maidenhead

So Miss Alluring Lips what do you call Miss Hallitosis here?
Jeremy Scott, Abingdon

To what do you attribute your loss of market share in invisible earnings?
GBH, Dallas TX

How does the Tin Foil CEO describe the Clingfilm CEO?
Tim G, London, UK

What does Tony Blair call Michael Howard when viewing him in a mirror?
J R Percival, Reading

Who's the guy who keeps stealing my girlfriends?
Scott, New Orleans

What reason did the tailor give for losing his contract to supply new clothes to the Emperor?
Malcolm Forbes-Wilson, London, England

How does John F. Kerry refer to Osama Bin Laden, who Kerry claims has cost him his US presidency in the 2004 elections?
Robert Van, Bristol

What was that?
Alan Nickson, Groningen

My imaginary friend lost a battle for my affection to who?
Lena Kovalenko, London

All wrong. The correct question was how did Dame Ellen Macarthur think of time while she was on her trip?



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