A satirical look back at what's been happening in the news this week including stories about the EU Election, the birth of Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor, the fall in the number of GPs working in the UK and a missing piece of Stonehenge that has been returned after 60 years.
Miles Jupp is joined by Bugler Andy Zaltzman, stand ups Desiree Burch & Andrew Maxwell, and star of The Mash Report Rachel Parris.
Alan Smith reads the news.
Produced by Sarah Sharpe
A BBC Studios Production
Extended edition of the satirical panel show looking back at the week's news in the week that Theresa May almost definitely agreed to step down as Prime Minister, Donald Trump declared a State of Emergency over Huawei and Alabama voted to outlaw abortion in almost every circumstance.
Cabinet Leaks, Corbyn commits to staying non-commital, Camden Council bans Ice Cream Vans, and one of our panel gets really excited about 'spy animals'. It must be a Bank Holiday News Quiz Extra.
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