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Tarvin Imp Brainteasers for Saturday 18th January

What is the capital of Malta?

Who succeeded John Bercow as Speaker of the House of Commons?

What kind of birds are associated with the sixth day of Christmas?

What was the first film to feature the characters Wallace and Gromit?

Which Canadian novelist wrote "The Handmaid's Tale"?


The Questions and Answers for Saturday11th January

In which Yorkshire town would you find the Piece Hall? Halifax

Which writer's works include "Down and Out in Paris and London" and "The Road to Wigan Pier"? George Orwell

Who is the last British cyclist to win the Tour de France? Geraint Thomas

Which UK supermarket chain's proposed merger with ASDA was blocked in 2019? Sainsbury's

The Mount Rushmore National Memorial is in which US state? South Dakota

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