Published: Friday 21st August 2020A free general knowledge for those who enjoy a more challenging quiz.
Which TWO countries jointly hosted the 2012 UEFA European Championships?
In which year did the soap opera "Emmerdale" make its TV debut?
Which acid is present in stinging nettles?
Who was the only British Prime Minister to have had a PhD while in office?
Which songs with "Yellow" in the title were UK top twenty hits for the following artists,[a] Donovan (1967), [b] Dawn ft. Tony Christie (1973), [c] Ronnie Hilton (1955), [d] Joni Mitchell (1970) and [e] Wiz Khalifa (2011)?
What spirit is used to make the "Manhattan" cocktail?
In medical terms what is a MRI?
Which of the eight King Henrys ruled England for the longest?
In which city was the 2019 World Rugby Union Cup Final held?
Which four US Vice-Presidents took over the Presidency on the assassination of the former President?
The Ringgit is the unit of currency in which country?
Which Archbishop would sign his name as Ebor?
In the human body what is produced by the lacrimal glands?
As at 2019, what was the best selling newspaper in France?
Situated on the River Plate which is the largest port in Uruguay?
The book "Cider With Rosie" recalls author Laurie Lee's childhood in which county?
Which manager lead Arsenal FC to a league and cup double in 1971?
By what name is rapper Michael Owuo Jnr. better known?
Which six US States make up the area known as New England?
Who wrote the WW1 song "Keep the Home Fires Burning"?
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