Fun Referendum day quiz!

Here’s a fun referendum day quiz. Use the comments field below to submit your responses. The first person with the correct answer will win a prize!

The prize is that the Liberal Democrat Voice team will compose a special ode in tribute to you personally, which will appear in large font on our home page tomorrow morning! If you don’t want your “name in lights” then we can arrange a snuggle with one of the team’s lovable pets.

To win the quiz, please give the correct questions to these answers:

1. Nuneaton
2. Manchester
3. Jenny Watson

When you submit your comment/response below it will not be immediately published but will go into a queue, and then we’ll publish all the comments along with the winner’s name tomorrow morning. Comments are time-stamped when you submit them, so we can see whose comes in first.

* Paul Walter is a Liberal Democrat activist. He is one of the Liberal Democrat Voice team. He blogs at Liberal Burblings.

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