awkward questions asked? Well now's your chance. Today, tomorrow and on Monday,
we shall be posing a three-part quiz, with 12 questions each day. The entrant with the
highest number of correct answers overall will win the
weekend break, including flights, accommodation, breakfast and £200 expenses. Dates of travel subject to availability. The prize must be taken before 30 November 1995. In the event of a draw there will be a tie-break.
Can you match the photographs of these allegation-ridden politicians with the people, places and objects that have
got them into trouble? The pictures in the first row, numbered 1 to 6, should match up neatly if
sometimes extra-maritally, with those in the second row, labelled A to F.
All you have to do is work out which goes with which. So if, for example, you think that face 1 has been linked with person F, write "F" opposite the 1 in the answer form. When you have matched those successfully, proceed to the third row, MPs 7 to 12, and match them to pictures G to L in the fourth row. Again they should pair off.Reuse content