10 things we didn't know last week
1. Before 1939, the home secretary was the only UK minister to get an official motor.
2. Only one stained glass window in the UK is thought to depict Jesus with ginger hair.
3. Penguins can't taste fish, only bitter and umami (meaty) flavours.
4. Sinn Fein president Gerry Adams trampolines naked with his dog.
5. Limpets' teeth are made of the strongest biological material ever tested.
6. Roughly 56% of average monthly earnings in Malawi are spent on mobile phone charges, compared to about 0.11% in Macau, China.
7. Tea should be brewed for six minutes, according to the organisation responsible for safety kitemarks in the UK.
8. Spotify's shuffle is not truly random but sprinkles different genres evenly across a playlist and alternates songs by the same artist.
9. John Frenchman is likely to have been the most common name given to medieval migrants coming to England.
10. Only one person has applied to move to the Pacific island of Pitcairn despite a government offer that new settlers will be provided with a plot to build their own house.
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