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All Out Politics! Canadian MP completely naked in parliamentary Zoom call

Another MP pointed out that decorum says male parliament members must wear underwear and trousers as well as a jacket and tie.

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How women in Cambodia's floating villages are adapting to climate change

A project to empower women in Cambodia is helping the inhabitants of floating villages adapt to the climate crisis

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Prince Harry's new job title means 'penis' in Japanese

He is now a CHIMPO - which stands for Chief Impact Officer.

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Prince Philip had fascination with UFOs and collected books about aliens

The Duke of Edinburgh even tasked his attendant with finding UFO eyewitnesses for him.

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What went right this week: Dutch bee strategy, and more positive news

Efforts to boost bee numbers in Dutch cities yielded results, a malaria vaccine showed promise, plus more stories of progress

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Taking stock of locks: everything you need to know about natural haircare

Natural haircare is the next frontier for people who want to return to beauty basics. Making your own may not be easy – but it is possible

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Man returns to $6,000,000 home to find someone had borrowed it to get married

The couple invited guests to their 'dream home' and even renamed it 'The Wilson's Estate' .

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What went right: Europe’s first printed house, plus more positive news

A couple moved in to Europe’s first 3D-printed house, UK windfarms set new records, plus more positive news stories from the past week

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Mental Health Awareness Week: 20 people supporting the UK’s wellbeing

To mark Mental Health Awareness Week 2021, we celebrate 20 people who are making a difference to the wellbeing of millions

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The no-fly travel agency that wants to take you the scenic route

Byway's founders hope to capitalise on rising demand for flight-free holidays, and to promote the forgotten virtues of slow travel

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Dulux apologises after making fun of Spurs - immediately after being named their new sponsor

The paint brand joked that its dog mascot would play better football than the current team.

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Four-year-old boy buys 918 SpongeBob ice lollies for $2,600 on Amazon

Amazon initially told Noah's mother that they wouldn't take back the ice lollies - but the story has a happy ending.

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Man who tried to mail himself to Wales from Australia after getting homesick

Brian Robson ended up stuck in a crate for 96 hours and spent much of it upside down.

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Teenager accidentally moves into retirement village after skipping flat viewing

Madison Kohout, 19, was left puzzled when all of her new neighbours appeared to be over the age of 65.

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M&S in legal claim against Aldi over Colin the Caterpillar trademark

The retailer said it was taking action against its discount rival as it wanted "to protect Colin, Connie and our reputation".

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Josh fight: Crowds show up in US park for pool noodle battle to win rightful ownership of their name

A 22-year-old named Josh Swain came up with the idea for the funny fight when boredom set in during the pandemic a year ago.

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‘It’s my happy pill’: why people run, plus 10 questions new runners ask

Lockdown helped create a fresh flush of novice joggers. Now, a book unpicks: exactly why do people run?

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Welsh river runs white after milk tanker overturns

Natural Resources Wales is assessing the impact on the River Dulais in Llanwrda, Carmarthenshire, after it filled with milk.

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Woman said she was hunting for 'fit fellas' when caught breaking lockdown

Louise Whelan admitted that she was driving around the city looking for hot men.

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Hundreds of Joshes fight in field to crown one true Josh

They armed themselves with pool noodles for the duel, after a game of Rock, Paper, Scissors.

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Accolade for retiring police dog Storm and his handler after heroic chase - 'a fitting end to an illustrious career'

Storm is awarded British Transport Police's Bryan trophy as he looks forward to retirement after seven years of service.