The Telegraph weekly news quiz: Which politician adopted a Scouse accent in a BBC interview?

How closely have you been paying attention to this week's news? Find out by taking The Telegraph's weekly news quiz

How closely have you been paying attention to this week's headlines?

In the week that saw EU leaders threaten a trade war after Foreign Secretary Liz Truss proposed to unilaterally change parts of the Northern Ireland Protocol, The Telegraph's news quiz is here to find out how closely you have been paying attention to the headlines.

A famous 1964 painting of Marilyn Monroe by which artist was sold for $195 million (£158m) at auction?

Also this week, the Prince of Wales read the Queen's Speech on his mother's behalf during the State Opening of Parliament - when did the Queen last miss the event?

If you've been reading this week's Telegraph Front Page newsletters you will have come across all of the answers to the quiz. If you haven't, you can sign up for the newsletter from The Telegraph's Danny Boyle and Chris Price to revise ahead of next week's quiz. If you're looking for the last week's quiz, you can find that here.

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