BBC News Quiz of the week today
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1. A lorry in Derbyshire spilled something on the road while driving, causing delays for other drivers while cleaning up?
2. A brand new £5 coin has been released to commemorate 120 years of Peter Rabbit, but who was the author of the series?
a) Roald Dahl
b) Dick King Smith
c) Beatrice Potter
d) CS Lewis
3. The new Fantastic Beasts movie is due out this week, but which franchise is it a spin-off of?
a) Lord of the Rings
b) Harry Potter
c) Star Wars
d) Jurassic Park
4. What information is now required by law to be on the menu of large restaurant chains?
a) Image of the food
b) How much it costs
c) Calorie information
d) Where the food comes from
5. Leah Williamson has been named the Lionesses captain at this summer’s Euros, but which domestic football club is she playing for?
b) Manchester United
d) Manchester City
BBC News Quiz of the week answers today
The answers for today’s BBC News quiz are as follows:
1. a) Cookies
Motorists in Derbyshire have panicked after a lorry full of biscuits spilled onto a road in Sandiacre! Taking to Twitter, Erewash Response (part of Derbyshire Police) wrote: “Please be patient tonight while we try to ‘digest’ this issue.
2.c) Beatrix Potter
Peter Rabbit was written by author Beatrix Potter, one of the most famous British writers of all time. The Peter Rabbit Story has been translated into more than 45 languages and has sold 45 million copies worldwide.
3.b) Harry Potter
Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore is the third installment in the Harry Potter spin-off series Fantastic Beasts. It follows Eddie Redmayne, who plays Newt Scamander while he and his friends battle the villain Grindelwald.
4. c) Calorie information
All restaurants, cafes, or takeaways with more than 250 employees must list how many calories are in their meals on their menus and websites. The new rule was introduced by the government to tackle obesity in the UK.
The newly appointed captain of the England squad is an Arsenal defender. England women’s head coach Sarina Wieaman said: “She joins a proud roster of England captains and will be following in the footsteps of notables such as first captain Sheila Parker but also her predecessor Steph Houghton.”
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