UK Politics

Quiz: What the Papers Say

The UK entered a double dip recession last week but what else was Fleet Street talking about?

1.Which prime minister did Rupert Murdoch say had declared war on him?

a) Gordon Brown

b) Tony Blair

c) David Cameron

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2. Where did David Cameron visit Rupert Murdoch in 2008?

a) In Downing Street

b) On a boat in Santorini

c) On a plane in Australia

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3. Which Cabinet Minister accepted the resignation of his special advisor due to the advisor's role in negotiations with Rupert Murdoch's News Corporation?

a) Vince Cable

b) Jeremy Hunt

c) George Osborne

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4. What used to be in the building where the Leveson Inquiry is taking place?

a) The BBC World Service

b) ITV's World of Sport studio

c) Ceefax

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5. It was revealed the Chairman of which newspaper text David Cameron with advice on how to win the 2010 election?

a) The Sun

b) The Telegraph

c) The Mirror

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What the Papers Say will be next broadcast on BBC Radio 4 at 2245 on 6 May, with George Parker.

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