10 things we didn't know last week
1. You can get a UK driving licence if your name is Buzz Lightyear.
2. US presidential contender Ted Cruz bought 100 tins of Campbell's Chunky soup immediately after his honeymoon.
3. The North Pole has been moving towards London since the year 2000.
4. Nearly half of people who bought vinyl last month have yet to play it.
5. Parents are worse at telling if their child is lying than complete strangers.
6. It costs 13m roubles (£140,000) a year to keep Vladimir Lenin's body embalmed.
7. Octopuses are surprisingly good escape artists.
8. Sniffer dogs detected no illegal drugs at Manchester Airport during one seven-month period, but one often found "small amounts of cheese or sausages".
9. Of the Guardian's 10 most abused online writers eight are women, and the two men are black.
10. House of Commons clerks are unfamiliar with Scots usage of the word "mince".
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