It's City A.M.'s quite questionable quotes quiz: Who said what in 2016?

 
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It's been quite a year - but that has also given rise to some of the most outrageous business and political utterances in recent memory.

Do you know your Mike Ashley from Sir Philip Green? Have you been memorising Donald Trump's Twitter rants?

Test your knowledge here.

"I can only do my best but my best might not be good enough."

Some of the UK's most dastardly entrepreneurs were given a grilling by MPs in 2016. But which retail tycoon went with this line?

"There is no pressure when you're making a dream come true"

The Rio Olympics gave way to a raft of think pieces about the parallels between athletes and business leaders. But which sports legend uttered this?

"Brexit means Brexit."

Theresa May has come in for a ribbing over her oft-repeated, but famously vague line. But when did we first hear it?

"We've done lots of radio programmes, lots of TV programmes, lots of social media."

A politician made a surprisingly sarcastic appearance in September. Who was bragging about the media's adoration of them?

Donald Trump tweets

The President-elect is famous for his gregariousness on Twitter. But which of these did he not say?

"The only reason I wouldn't visit some parts of New York is the real risk of meeting Donald Trump."

Unusually for a foreign leader, Trump has come in for quite a bit of criticism from British politicians. Who said this?

"TfL is good but flabby... it is inefficient and needs huge improvement."

In April City A.M. held a hustings between mayoral candidates Zac Goldsmith and Sadiq Khan. Who fat-shamed the capital's transport authority?

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