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General Knowledge Quiz for 10 March 2015

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1

Who was the first person to be officially designated Prime Minister in Britain?

A
Sir Robert Walpole, 1721
B
Sir Henry Campbell-Bannerman, 1905
C
Edward Seymour, 1st Duke of Somerset, 1547
D
William Pitt ‘the Younger’, 1783
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2

The Five Eyes security intelligence gathering group is an alliance between USA, New Zealand, Australia, UK and what other country?

A
India
B
Japan
C
China
D
Canada
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3

Who hosted and won the 1995 Rugby Union World Cup?

A
Australia
B
South Africa
C
New Zealand
D
England
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4

Where in the body is the scapula?

A
Shoulder
B
Ribs
C
Knee
D
Elbow
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5

What was the middle name of Franklin D Roosevelt?

A
Delano
B
David
C
Dennis
D
Denton
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6

Which of these is made from the liver of a goose?

A
Lapsang souchon
B
Pâté de foie gras
C
Canelloni
D
Nasi goreng
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7

Since 2006 Spencer Kelly has been presenting what TV show for the BBC?

A
Blue Peter
B
Click
C
Top Gear
D
Coast
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