Q.1
In a landmark speech, President Nicolas Sarkozy has pledged to "reaffirm" and "reinvent" Europe with France and Germany at its core. He made the speech in the city where, in 2008, he had famously railed against the excesses of unbridled capitalism. The city is:

sarkozy

Q.2
President Sarkozy said that, in the late 70s, developed countries had plunged headlong into debt and this was at the root of the current crisis. He implicitly criticised Ireland's low corporation tax rate but also said the introduction of the 35 hour working week and the lowering of the retirement age to 60 in France had been "serious mistakes" for which his country was still paying a heavy price. What is the current retirement age in France?

retirement

Q.3
Tommy Broughan's vote against the Government -- and his subsequent expulsion from the Labour party -- has brought the number of rebels in this Dáil to:

tommybroughan

Q.4
Independent TD Mattie McGrath warned this week that the "shite will be coming to Dublin". What was he talking about?

mattiemcgrath

Q.5
Oscar Wilde's refurbished grave was unveiled this week at Père Lachaise Cemetery in Paris. The tombs of many prominent figures from the literary and artistic worlds are located at Père Lachaise, including which of the following:

oscarwilde

Q.6
A cartoon co-created by Irish animation company Boulder Media won a Children's Bafta this week. What was it called?

childrensbaftas

Q.7
The GAA All Stars hurling team is playing an exhibition match this weekend in which city?

allstars