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* 1. An American tradition sees the National Turkey Federation gift the President two turkeys ahead of Thanksgiving. The President will then pardon one - or more recently, both - before they are sent to live the rest of their lives at an animal sanctuary named - we kid you not - ‘Gobblers Rest’. Ahead of the pardon, the turkeys will live their best life at the luxury Willard InterContinental hotel in Washington DC. What are the names of this year’s poultry pair?

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* 2. As Halloween has passed, we are officially in the run-up to Christmas. Emilia Clarke (AKA Daenerys Targaryen) stars in a cheesy new Christmas film that was released this month and has been described as “maybe the worst film of the year”. What classic song is the film named after?

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* 3. As with all General Elections, ultra marginal seats across the UK are targets for all parties hoping to unseat the incumbent MP and tip the balance of power. With a majority of just two votes, which constituency - in theory - is most likely to change hands?

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* 4. This month Tom Watson handed in his resignation as Labour Party Deputy Leader. Jeremy Corbyn wrote him a heartfelt letter in response to his resignation, thanking him for his contribution to the party. What gift did the letter reveal Corbyn had given Watson in the past?

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* 5. It’s that I’m a Celeb time of year. Ant and Dec have returned, and various Z-list celebrities have been in the jungle for two weeks now. Who isn’t on the show this year?

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* 6. It may seem like a decade ago but we can assure you the MP for Chorley - Sir Lindsay Hoyle - was elected Speaker in November. Hoyle caused a social media storm after posting a photo of himself watching the Rugby World Cup (or was it the wall?). At the time he was wearing a rather fetching pair of stripey socks, but what colour were they?

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* 7. José Mourinho has had an impressive career, having tenured at Chelsea, Manchester United and Real Madrid, amongst other equally formidable teams. Which famous pundit deemed his recent move to Tottenham as a 'marriage of convenience'?

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* 8. This past month was a time to honour and remember the men and women who have served and died at war. The bugle is often played at military funerals and on Remembrance Day, to symbolise that soldiers can rest in peace. What was the bugle used for during wartime?

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