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A luxury three-night break for two in Portugal
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The winner and a guest will stay for three nights, B&B, at the Sheraton Algarve, a Luxury Collection Hotel in Albufeira, Portugal. Overlooking the Atlantic, the resort offers a range of facilities, including a golf course, a tennis academy and nine restaurants.

Return flights will be with Monarch, which flies to Faro from Gatwick, Luton, Birmingham and Manchester.

The prize also includes economy-class car hire.

Question 1: What is the name of the riverside town?
Marlow

Question 2: What is the name of the riverside town?
Marlow (again)

Only one possible answer as they have posted the same question twice
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thank you
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There is typo on the web site.In the paper today a second,different,question is asked.It might be as well to wait a few days so the web site error can be corrected.



2 Who was the politician?


Edited By: portwest on Apr 10, 2011 14:22: second question
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cheers
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:D thank y0u
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Thx :)
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portwest
There is typo on the web site.In the paper today a second,different,question is asked.It might be as well to wait a few days so the web site error can be corrected.
so who was the politician


2 Who was the politician?

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bevjab
portwest
There is typo on the web site.In the paper today a second,different,question is asked.It might be as well to wait a few days so the web site error can be corrected.
so who was the politician


2 Who was the politician?


Maybe the web site will get updated later but the second question is in the printed paper.As I say it may be as well to wait a few days just in case the single answer entries are not counted,if they are allowed to do that.
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#10
2 Who was the politician? John Hampden

Now corrected on site
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