Uber’s head of northern Europe has resigned from the company. Asked when she would be leaving, Jo Bertram said: “Just as soon as my lift arrives.”
European Council President Donald Tusk is to travel to the UK to discuss Brexit with Theresa May. Mr Tusk hasn’t been able to come sooner because of the EU’s export ban on ivory.
After UKIP failed to win the Stoke by-election, their leader and candidate, Paul Nuttall, said to the media, “There’s a lot more to come from us.”
He went on to say, “We are not going anywhere, I’m not going anywhere.”
Let’s hope at least one of his prophesies comes true.
The makers of Durex have agreed to buy a US baby formula manufacturer, which, I suppose, is their way of taking precautions.
It has been revealed that a patient in Dumfries and Galloway was kept in hospital for 508 days in 2013/14, waiting for a discharge. He has since been signed to appear in the latest Viagra advert.
Snapchat is to sell its shares on the US stock market. The joint owners could earn around $5 billion and will then disappear.
Northumbria University has been fined after two students were given 100 times too much caffeine in an experiment. Students are usually only subjected to this level when a paper’s due in the next morning.