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Question 1: ________ (1949 - ), lives in Spitalfields.
ArchitectureManchesterInvasion (TV documentary)Dan Cruickshank

Question 2: Such ________ has, however, caused massive inflation in house prices and the removal of the last of the vagrants from this area.
Rent controlNew York CitySan FranciscoGentrification

Question 3: Joe Loss ________ OBE (22 June 1909 in Spitalfields – 6 June 1990), founder of the Joe Loss Orchestra.
Royal Victorian OrderHer Majesty's Most Honourable Privy CouncilDeclining a British honourCommonwealth realms orders and decorations

Question 4: ________ (1748–1832), philosopher, was born here.
UtilitarianismImmanuel KantJeremy BenthamJohn Stuart Mill

Question 5: ________ (1842–1888), victim of Jack the Ripper, resided with her partner John Kelly at Cooney's common lodging house at 55 Flower and Dean Street, Spitalfields.
Mary Ann NicholsCatherine EddowesWhitechapel murdersThomas Horrocks Openshaw

Question 6: This ended with an Irish and a Huguenot weaver being hanged in front of the Salmon and Ball public house at ________.
Bethnal GreenPoplar, LondonWhitechapelStepney

Question 7: The People of the Abyss (1903), the journalistic memoir by ________
Jack LondonIna CoolbrithRobert E. HowardOakland, California

Question 8: Spitalfields became a by-word for urban deprivation, and by 1832, concern of a London ________ epidemic, led The Poor Man's Guardian (18 February 1832) to write of Spitalfields:
CholeraTyphoid feverPlague (disease)Vibrio cholerae

Question 9: ________, actor, lives on the corner of Fournier and Wilkes.
Vanessa RedgraveMiranda RichardsonChloë SevignySamantha Morton

Question 10: ________: all of his victims or presumed victims lived in Spitalfields and two (Chapman and Kelly) were murdered there (the others being murdered in nearby Whitechapel):
LondonJack the RipperTower BridgeMetropolitan Police Service







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