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1. As a police cadet, which future member of Sixties UK pop group was first on the scene of the April 1960 crash in Wiltshire that resulted in the death of singer Eddie Cochran?

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1. Who is the French symbol of liberty and reason?

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1. What was the international language created by the Polish linguist LL Zamenhof in 1887?

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The London to Brighton Veteran Car Run was established in 1896 partly to mark the abolition of which legal requirement in motoring

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1. Who's the only Prime Minister to serve under three different monarchs?

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1. Who was the artist of a 1914 watercolour of Munich's old town hall that fetched €130,000 at an auction in Germany recently?

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1. When the First Division became the Premier League in 1992 it contained three original members of the Football League. Which ones?

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1. A new version of which British coin will be introduced in 2017?

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1. Which wartime word, now used figuratively to mean criticism, is a contraction of the German Fliegerabwehrkanone?

13 best leather cross-body bags

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1. "Pop Looks Bach" has been the theme of which regular BBC sports programme since its inception in 1978.

10 best men's sunglasses

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