FACTS OF THE DAY

11 March 2017

Seen leaving the Ecuadorian embassy in London and approached by the press, Nigel Farage said he couldn’t remember what he’d been doing in the building.

buzzfeed.com

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Two leading think tanks have said that the current decade is (and will continue to be) the worst for wage growth since the Napoleonic wars.

theguardian.com

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Defending an arson case in which he claimed his client’s car spontaneously combusted, a Miami lawyer’s trousers caught fire and he had to leave the court.

apnews.com

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Suggested titles for George Galloway’s new children’s book include Green Eggs and Hamas, The Very Hungry Capitalism and The Zionist Witch and the Wardrobe.

thetimes.co.uk

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Police have said they will no longer pursue shoplifters in Hungerford who have stolen goods worth less than £100. The nearest police station is eight miles away.

thetimes.co.uk

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Los Angeles police are looking into the theft of $4.5 million-worth of eye shadow.

apnews.com

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