1. What do Scrimgeour and Fudge say when the Prime Minister asks them why they can't just fix everything with magic?
When the Prime Minister asks Scrimgeour and Fudge why they can't just fix all their problems with magic, the two wizards reply that the other side has magic, too.
2. What is the Prime Minister's general feeling about the Minister of Magic's visits?
The Prime Minister doesn't like the Minister of Magic's visits, thinks they always bring bad news, and always make him feel inadequate.
3. What reason does Snape give, in response to Bellatrix's accusations, about why he doesn't go straight back to Voldemort's side when Voldemort returns?
Snape tells Bellatrix that he doesn't go right back to Voldemort's side when Voldemort returns because he is under Voldemort's orders to stay and spy on Dumbledore.
4. What physically happens to Snape's hands when he makes the Unbreakable Vow?
When Snape makes the Unbreakable Vow, a tongue of flame wraps itself around his (and Narcissa's) hands.
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