13 February 2017
The government is pressing to replace the Official Secrets Acts with a new law that could put anyone who leak its plans for Brexit in prison for up to 14 years.
Since the General Election, 80 different Labour MPs have sat in the Shadow Cabinet.
The joining fee for Mar-a-Lago, Donald Trump’s elite beachfront member’s club in Florida, is $200,000 – twice as much as it was before he became President.
A survey has ranked musicals as the least sexy and least likely to be played in the bedroom of 19 genres of music – below thrash metal, chamber music and hymns.
Britain’s youngest Euromillions winner is considering suing Camelot for negligence and for ‘ruining her life’.
Over 19,000 people have signed a petition to expel a student from Cambridge University after he was filmed burning a £20 note in front of a homeless man.
Converted into biofuel, the waste coffee generated by Caffè Nero’s 122 London stores in a year could power a car to go round the M25 3,689 times.
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