Fifty-one per cent of the foreigners in England live in London.
— The Nelson Evening Mail, July 28 1906
International rugby union referee Nigel Owens wears Superman pants while he’s officiating.
The Iraqi army is about to defeat Islamic State.
There’s no playbook for how to be a guy.
In 1947 a United States Congressional report titled ‘Fascism in Action’ listed Alexander Hamilton as an intellectual inspiration for the Nazis.
One in three jumps races this season have been won by five or more lengths.
Joseph Stalin’s granddaughter runs an antique shop in Portland, OR.
The first wicket ever taken by the Authors CC was a stumping off a wide ball.
In Hong Kong, Masters of the High Court are addressed as ‘Master’.
Wagner never owned his own jet.
The tropical Rafflesia arnoldii reproduces with the help of ants and carrion flies.
Put an upside-down saucer in a pan of milk and it won’t boil over.
Successful applicants to the BBC Journalism Trainee Scheme could find themselves working on Victoria Derbyshire.
The new Charles Dickens book is now available.