Tuesday, 5 July 2011


Missed the quiz? Here's the current affairs round from 3rd July 2011

  1. Christine Lagarde is the new head of the International Monetary Fund. In which country did she hold the post of finance minister?
  2. How many wild card or unseeded players have won the women's singles title at Wimbledon?
  3. What famous UK tourist attraction has just been put up for sale?
  4. Which high street bank has announced it is to cut 15,000 jobs?
  5. What was the first stop on the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's tour of Canada, their first official overseas trip together?
  6. Which age group did figures reveal this week is driving most of Facebook's growth in the UK?
  7. In which German city did last night’s Haye fight take place?
  8. Who is set to play God in a new BBC drama about Monty Python?
  9. Which London hotel was evacuated on Friday night?
  10. Leeds City Museums best attended exhibition closes this week. It is an exhibition of which pop groups clothing and memorabilia?
  11. Who claimed the Wimbledon men’s title today?
  12. This week in 1995 who won a challenge from John Redwood to be tory party leader?

  1. France
  2. 0
  3. Brighton Pier
  4. Lloyds TSB (Lloyds Banking Group)
  5. Ottawa
  6. 50+
  7. Hamburg
  8. Stephen Fry
  9. London Hilton
  10. Spice Girls
  11. Novak Djokovic
  12. John Major

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