Friday, June 26, 2009

Quiz: Win A Useful Fiction by Patrick Hannan

As promised, here is the new Liberal England prize quiz. This time there are two copies of Patrick Hannan's new book A Useful Fiction: Adventures in British Democracy to be won.

Just e-mail me the answers to the following five questions:

  1. After whom is the Barnett formula named?

  2. Who wrote:

    "We are bought and sold for English gold -
    What a parcel of rogues in a nation."

  3. In which year did the people of North East England vote against the establishment of a regional assembly in a referendum?

  4. Who said of Enoch Powell:

    "Poor Enoch! Driven mad by the remorselessness of his own logic."

  5. Which MP is currently 326th in the line of succession to the British throne.

Entries close at 23:59 on Tuesday 7 July 2009 and the winners will be drawn by Lord Bonkers (despite my experience last time).

This quiz is not open to employees of the Bonkers Hall Estate, nor to current or former inmates of the Bonkers' Home for Well-Behaved Orphans.

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