||Who announced their resignation as leader of the British Labour Party in October 1980?
||Assamese cuisine originated in which country?
||In the standard game of Monopoly, you go to jail if you throw how many consecutive sets of doubles on the dice?
||British actress Alison Steadman married which film director/writer in 1973?
||Introduced in the 19th Century in Britain, what were Penny Black and Penny Red?
|| ‘World in ‘what’ was a UK current affairs television programme which ran from 1963 to 1998?
||Late English actor Oliver Reed played Uncle Frank in which 1975 film?
||The Swiss pastry Carac is traditionally covered with which colour icing?
||The ‘Great Flag Debate’ took place in which country in 1964?
||In January 1987, who became the first woman inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame?
||Ommetaphobia is the irrational fear of which part of the body?
||Which British bank issued piggy banks, whose names included Woody, Annabel and Maxwell, to child account holders in the 1980’s?
||National Westminster Bank
||Which late American author and journalist, who died in 2005, requested that after his death his ashes were to be fired out of a cannon?
||Hunter S Thompson
||Which US stadium was nicknamed the ‘House that Ruth Built’?
||In a standard game of chess, how many queens does each player start with?
||The songs ‘Shall We Dance’, ‘Getting to Know You’ and ‘I’ll Whistle a Happy Tune’ are all from which 1956 musical film?
||The King and I
||In the board game ‘Operation’, how many Doctor’s points are scored by successfully removing the Funny Bone (humerus)?
||What does the ‘Q’ stand for in the name of the cotton buds Q-Tips?
||Who was Vice-President to US President Jimmy Carter?
||Which late English singer was born Ronald William Wycherley in April 1940?