2023 Quiz Questions and Answers
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2023 Quiz Questions
1: In which minute did Olga Carmona score the winning goal in the Women's World Cup Final?
2: What is the name of the storm that hit the U.K. this weekend?
Answer: Storm Betty
3: Prince William cited what reason for not flying out to see the Lionesses play?
Answer: Climate / Carbon Emissions
4: Bradley Cooper's depiction of the late West Side Story composer Leonard Bernstein has attracted criticism in recent days over what?
Answer: The Size Of His Nose
5: What feature has X (formerly Twitter) announced they're removing?
Answer: Blocking Accounts
6: To the nearest hundred, how many ULEZ cameras have been damaged in the past 4 months?
7: How many months were Britney Spears and Sam Asghari married before announcing their divorce?
Answer: 14 months
8: Mollie's Sweet Shops have been told to pay £10,000 in fines after creating their own version of which Chocolate bar without permission?
Answer: Wonka Bar
9: MPs have urged police to turn a blind eye to selling what during the Women's World Cup Final?
Answer: Alcohol Before 11am
10: Which talk show host passed away this week at the age of 88?
Answer: Michael Parkinson
11: On which website have some of the stolen British Museum items surfaced?
12: A-level grades returned to similar levels seen in which year?
13: Which bacteria was discovered on the Bibby Stockholm barge causing asylum seekers to return back to hotel accommodation?
Answer: Legionella Bacteria
14: Which brand donated 5 truckloads of canned meat in response to Maui fire?
15: X (formerly Twitter) has deliberately been throttling loading speeds when accessing a selection of websites from it's platform. Can you name one?
Answer: Facebook, Instagram, Bluesky, Substack, Reuters and The Times.
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2023 Quiz Questions
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