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Quizzes: Imperial and metric

Traders who refuse to sell fruit and vegetables in kilograms - so-called metric martyrs - may now escape prosecution after new advice from the government. Many Britons juggle metric and imperial, but which are you better at? Test yourself with our quizzes, first published in September 2007.

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