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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.

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Question 1
Which British destination (shown above) was branded a "seedy tourist trap" in a travel guide this week?
A: Scarborough
B: Soho, London
C: Liverpool
D: John O'Groats
Question 2
"The thing is lost". Who prematurely said it, about what?
A: Rafael Benitez, the Liverpool manager, after his team went 3-0 down in the Euro final
B: Nicolas Sarkozy, the leader of France's ruling party, about the EU referendum
C: Ken Livingstone, London Mayor, after threats to dismantle the London Eye
Question 3
What has ended after 119 days?
A: The longest speech in British legal history
B: The prosecution case in Michael Jackson's trial
C: Uncertainty about the future of the Millennium Dome
Question 4
Who said: "That's the wonder of nature"?
A: The lead scientist in the UK's first successful cloning of a human embryo
B: The Naked Rambler, Stephen Gough, who appeared nude on ITV's The People's Court
C: The creator of the black hyacinth, unveiled at the Chelsea Flower Show
Question 5
Which of the following women was NOT in the Top 20 gay icons compiled by magazine Attitude?
A: Camilla Parker Bowles
B: Charlotte Church
C: Kylie Minogue
D: Condoleezza Rice
E: Coleen McLoughlin
Question 6
Teenage boys have been getting a bad press recently. But according to a survey this week they could be more sensitive than people give them credit for. Which of these aspects of their bodies were they most unhappy with?
A: Face
B: Hair
C: Height
Question 7
Birthday question, of a sort... 30 years ago next Thursday, something happened for the first recorded time in London. What was it?
A: The Sex Pistols first played together
B: It was CNN's first broadcast
C: Snow fell in June

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