1. A swan was found to be infected with ____________ on a farm in Fife, Scotland.
a bad cold
2. Credit card companies were ordered by the Office of Fair Trading to cut their fee for late payments to a minimum of ____________.
3. In a move that will change our high streets forever, it was announced that ____________ will be moving all their business online and that their stores will be replaced by Currys.digital.
4. Prime Minister Tony Blair and Chancellor Gordon Brown attempted to put ____________ at the launch of Labour's local election campaign in London.
up with each other
on a bet for the Grand National
the kettle on for a nice cup of tea
on a united front
5. Pop legend Gene Pitney died suddenly aged 65. His classic songs include "Something's Gotten Hold of My Heart" and "24 Hours From ____________".
the nearest cash point
6. TV presenter Davina announced that she is four months pregnant with her third child.
7. Over a people were protesting on the streets of Paris in France against the government's new employment law, the First Employment Contract (CPE).
8. Business news: cable provider NTL agreed to pay £962.4m for ____________. This will enable them to offer customers a so-called "quadplay" deal, which will include fixed line telephone, broadband internet access, cable TV and mobile phone services all in the same package.
9. Around the country practical jokers were out in force last Saturday because it was ____________.
April Food Day
April Silliness Day
April Fun Day
April Fool's Day
10. ____________ reached the semi-finals of the Champions League with a 0-0 draw against Juventus at the Stadio delle Alpi in Turin. They will face Spanish side Villareal in two weeks' time.