Friday, 23 May 2008

Crewe and Nantwich by-election battering quiz

By-election battering quiz. Simple questions. Multiple choice answers. No prizes, not even for toffs. Just see you how get on (it has to be better than Labour).

Is the above logo
a) Part of Labour’s by-election campaign material
b) Part of Labour's general election campaign material
c) A spoof

Who said, of the Crewe and Nantwich by-election, ‘This is a crunch tie between the Reds and the Blues and there’s only one winner for me’?
a) Sir Alex Ferguson
b) Gordon Brown
c) A man on the Crewe and Nantwich omnibus

Which of the following was Labour candidate Tamsin Dunwoody’s campaign slogan for the by-election?
a) One of us
b) One of them
c) One of a million

Which of the following was one of Labour candidate Tamsin Dunwoody’s promises in the Crewe and Nantwich by-election?
a) To put people first
b) To put people second
c) To put people last

On which leading political blog could you have read the story last week ‘If Labour hold Crewe, the economy holds up and Gordon “softens up”’?
a) Labour Home
b) Labour Away
c) Labour Home and Away with the fairies

Does any of the above fill you with confidence about Labour's ability to bounce back after this hammering?
a) No
b) Yes
c) Don't ask me, I voted Tory

The answer is a) in each case.


dario gradi said...

You're having us on aren't you? That fist has GOT TO BE a spoof.

paul said...

It's Sir Alex wot lost it. Sympathy vote for Avram Grant.

Jane Pritchard said...

It's all a cunning plan so we can have a poster in every branch of Timpsons now saying Cobblers to the Tories.

john smith said...

Regrettabbly the fist isn't a spoof, it's New Labour's idea of out-Torying the Tories, only now they have gone so far to the right that people are voting Tory as a more left-wing alternative. The Tories were allmost dead and burried as a national party after Thatcher, only New Labour could have brought them back to life.