Hey, you might even learn something
1. "Royal Bank of Scotland Group employs around 120,000 people across the United Kingdom, making them one of the largest employers in the country"
Gotta love AQA for helping with research for a news story. Also, is the United Kingdom a 'country'?
2. "Noel Edmonds scaled down the beard in 2001. Edmonds is a licensed helicopter pilot, an avid West Ham fan and is president of the British Horse Society"
3. "The green colour in bogeys comes from immune cells called neutrophils which destroy bacteria using iron-rich digestive enzymes. The iron makes them green"
4. "Including all albums, Radiohead have sold around 20 million units worldwide to date. 4.5 million copies of OK Computer have been sold worldwide"
I wouldn't be surprised if a DiSer could correctly dispute this...
5. "Yes, FIFA's laws of the game specify each team MUST have a captain who is responsible for his team's behaviour. Jimmy's feet are the worst in Essex"
6. "A cul-de-sac is a deliberate design with a large, round turn-around area at the end of the street. A close does not generally have this"
7."Don't Let Go (Love) was a UK top 5 hit in 1997 for the female vocal quartet En Vogue. En Vogue formed in 1988 and had 6 top 20 hits in total"
What a tune
8. "Lithuania has the highest suicide rate of any nation in the world - 81 suicides per 100,000 people. Russia is 2nd, Latvia 3rd, Estonia 4th and Belarus 5th"
9. "Richard Keil played Jaws in two different Bond films: The Spy Who Loved Me (1977) and Moonraker (1979). He is 7' 2" tall and has four children"
10. "Barbara Broccoli is the daughter of Albert Broccoli, the producer of the James Bond films. She currently co-produces the Bond films with Michael Wilson"
Pretty boring, but I needed a release from writing a boring article about an anti-smoking drug