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Tue 1 May 2012 - Current affairs

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Question 1 (#6427)
Q: Egypt's National Council for Women (NCW) has appealed to their parliament not to approve a law allowing a man to have sex with his wife within six hours of what?
Question 2 (#6429)
Q: Product placement has forced James Bond to ditch his shaken and not stirred martinis for which other tipple?
Question 3 (#6430)
Q: Newcastle were beaten 4-0 by which bottom-of-the-league team?
Question 4 (#6426)
Q: At the Levenson inquiry, who was described by a Telegraph sketch writer as "a grumpy boiled egg?"
Question 5 (#6468)
Q: Clive Palmer, one of Australia's richest men has commissioned a Chinese state-owned company to build what by 2016?
Question 6 (#6467)
Q: What was Saturday's (28th April 2012) Lottery Bonus Ball?
Question 7 (#6428)
Q: Geir Haarde, was the first government leader anywhere to face criminal prosecution because of the global banking crisis, and was found guilty of one charge in 2012. Of which country was he Prime Minister?
Question 8 (#6432)
Q: The town of Boring in Oregon, US has been twinned with which suitably named town in Perthshire, UK?
Question 9 (#6433)
Q: In China, Peng Peng the sheep was born as the result of cloning with which other animal?
Question 10 (#6431)
Q: Who is the Republican presumptive nominee for the 2012 presidential elections?