FACTS OF THE DAY

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.

thetimes.co.uk

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Since the General Election, 80 different Labour MPs have sat in the Shadow Cabinet.

thetimes.co.uk

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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.

times.co.uk

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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.

bbc.co.uk

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Britain’s youngest Euromillions winner is considering suing Camelot for negligence and for ‘ruining her life’.

independent.co.uk

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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.

standard.co.uk

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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.

standard.co.uk

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