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  1. Was Britain happiest exactly 139 years ago? It was 1880. It was the year of the first cricket test match. And the first frozen lamb arrived from Australia. It was also the happiest year of our history.

  2. Should products made of fur be banned? California has become the first US state to ban animal fur products, under a bill signed into law last week. Many now want the rest of the world to follow.

  3. Have Buddhist aliens arrived in Thailand? Yes, it may sound like science fiction but tourists are flocking to a remote mountain to speak with extraterrestrials hovering above a huge statue of Buddha.

  4. Should “summink” (meaning “something”) be in the dictionary? Summink’s up with the Oxford English Dictionary after its scholars acknowledged the term as a word in their latest update. Traditionalists are outraged.

  5. Will movies stars carry on acting until they are 100? Robert de Niro says that the rise of computer graphics that make him look younger in his latest film means his career could be extended by another 30 years.

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