FACTS OF THE DAY

Wednesday 14 June

It is illegal in Saudi Arabia to name a child Sandi.

washingtonpost.com

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Two companies have come under fire for allegedly warning their staff before the general election to vote Conservative or risk losing their jobs.

theguardian.com

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The Times has reported that the DUP want Nigel Farage to be involved in Brexit negotiations as a member of the House of Lords or another government position.

joe.co.uk

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The world’s largest widescreen TV is more than 20 feet across, nearly nine feet high and costs €525,000 including installation fee.

newatlas.com

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A Cheshire company makes wood-and-marble ‘manor house’ style dog kennels for up to £170,000, fitted out with televisions and conferencing facilities.

thetimes.co.uk

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A group of partially amputated flatworms sent to the International Space Station have responded by growing a head back at each end.

newatlas.com