Quiz: What the Papers Say

Party political conferences have provided headlines in the political pages this week - but what else caught the newspapers' eye?

Which unsuccessful Conservative leader was Ed Miliband compared to after his speech?

a) William Hague

b) Iain Duncan Smith

c) Arthur Balfour

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From now on, women in Saudi Arabia will be able to:

a) Drive

b) Tweet

c) Vote

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What does trader Alessio Rastani dream of?

a) Money

b) Recession

c) Cheese

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An angry farmer found a half-naked Rhianna in his field this week, but what had she found?

a) You

b) Love

c) A Combine Harvester

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Where was Anwar al-Awlaki born?

a) New Mexico

b) Sana'a

c) London

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Which club would not let Carlos Tevez play?

a) Limavady United

b) Tytherington Golf Club

c) Tiger Tiger

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John Kampfner, political editor of the New Statesman, gives his take on the week in Fleet Street on BBC Radio 4's What the Papers Say.

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