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1. What links the last king of Albania with the home of puppets Zig & Zag?

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1. Which is the only ship to have been sunk by a nuclear submarine?

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Who plays the intelligent chimp Caesar in the most recent Planet of the Apes films?

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1. Which girl's name was popularised by the playwright JM Barrie?

The Pope banned Machiavelli's <em><b>The Prince</b></em> in 1559 for promoting anti-Christian beliefs. It is a political manifesto, examining power structures and promoting military rule, which Machiavelli wrote in 1513 but which was only published after his death.

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1. The father of which singer and songwriter, who released an album last month, fought in the First World War?

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1. What is the cost of a 1st class UK stamp?

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Exuberant personality: Malorie Blackman

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1. Which actress had a lion called Winston Churchill and a monkey called King Kong?

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1. Who is the Church of England's only saint?

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1. Which group, who had UK chart hits in the '50s, '60s and '70s, and currently exists in two versions, has had more than 60 members?

The Big Question: How will we pay for the care of elderly people as the population ages?

Why are we asking this now?

It is 13 years since Tony Blair said he did not want children brought up in a country "where the only way pensioners can get long-term care is by selling their home".

The Big Question: What lessons do the Vancouver Games offer for London 2012?

Why are we asking this now?

The 2010 Winter Olympics, staged in Vancouver, Canada, have just ended, and the next Olympics, albeit a Summer Games, will be staged in London in two years' time, running from 27 July to 12 August 2012.

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