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on Sun Mar 03 2019, 13:41
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1. What is usually commemorated on the second Sunday in November?

2. Which Sunday newspaper was founded by Lord Beaverbrook in 1921?

3. In which year did the House of Commons pass the bill that lifted most of the restrictions off Sunday trading?

4. Which Pacific island was first discovered by Europeans on Easter Sunday in 1722?

5. When is Low Sunday?

6. Who was it that the Sunday Times alleged had collected ?12m commission on ?320bn worth of defence contracts that Saudi Arabia had awarded to British companies?

7. In most forms of Christianity, the Sabbath is observed on Sunday? When does the Sabbath start for Jews?

8. According to the popular rhyme, if a child is born on Sunday, what four characteristics will it have?

9. Prior to the 1988 change to the licensing laws, at what time did a pub have to shut on a Sunday afternoon?

10. Which 'Sunday Night At The London Palladiums Presenters Catchphrase Was You Lucky People?
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on Sun Mar 03 2019, 17:46
1. Remembrance Sunday, WW1 and WW2?

2. ?

3. ?

4. Easter Island?

5. ?

6. ?

7. Saturday

8. ?

9. 3-00 PM?

10. Bruce Forsyth

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on Sun Mar 03 2019, 18:06
8 Fair of face.
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on Sun Mar 03 2019, 18:53
7 Friday night

10 Tommy Trinder

( or two other answers )
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on Sun Mar 03 2019, 19:07



1. What is usually commemorated on the second Sunday in November? Remembrance day for those fallen in battle

2. Which Sunday newspaper was founded by Lord Beaverbrook in 1921? Express

3. In which year did the House of Commons pass the bill that lifted most of the restrictions off Sunday trading? 1978

4. Which Pacific island was first discovered by Europeans on Easter Sunday in 1722? Easter Island

5. When is Low Sunday? ????

6. Who was it that the Sunday Times alleged had collected ?12m commission on ?320bn worth of defence contracts that Saudi Arabia had awarded to British companies? Mark Thatcher

7. In most forms of Christianity, the Sabbath is observed on Sunday? When does the Sabbath start for Jews? Friday

8. According to the popular rhyme, if a child is born on Sunday, what four characteristics will it have? Full of grace

9. Prior to the 1988 change to the licensing laws, at what time did a pub have to shut on a Sunday afternoon? 2pm

10. Which 'Sunday Night At The London Palladiums Presenters Catchphrase Was You Lucky People? Bruce Forsyth
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on Sun Mar 03 2019, 20:02
Any more before I post the Answers?
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on Sun Mar 03 2019, 22:52
8. But the child that is born on the Sabbath day, is bonny, blythe, good and gay.  ( last one is old meaning) Laughing Laughing Laughing Laughing Laughing Laughing
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on Mon Mar 04 2019, 16:38
Sunday answers on Monday Very Happy

1. Remembrance Sunday

2. Sunday Express

3. 1993

4. Easter Island

5. A week after Easter

6. Mark Thatcher

7. Friday evening (runs until Saturday evening)

8. Fair and wise and good and gay (half marks for 1 or 2 correct, full marks for 3 or 4 correct). The 'bonnie' and 'blithe' is a myth.

9. (in 1988 it was extended until 3 - all day came later)

10. Tommy Trinder
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on Mon Mar 04 2019, 22:49
Dear Admin. I would agree that Bonnie and Blithe are not used in the modern Rhyme, but to say they are a myth is going a bit far. That version of the rhyme was the norm in the early 1800's and up to at least the 1950's. Smile
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