"1999""When Doves Cry""The Most Beautiful Girl In The World""Batdance"
"The Most Beautiful Girl In The World" spent two weeks at No. 1 in 1994.
"When Doves Cry" peaked at No. 4, "1999"'s highest chart position as a standalone single was 10, while "Batdance" made it to No. 2.
A celebrity deathThe closure of a local libraryThe relegation of Aston VillaCoca-Cola changing the recipe of Coke Zero
Yeah, people are really not happy about the Coke Zero change.
The Butchers' unionThe Bakers' unionThe Candlestick Makers' unionThe RMT
It's the small Bakers, Food, and Allied Workers Union, who were the first to endorse Jeremy Corbyn as leader.
Their main estimate is £4,300. But that's a bit controversial.
Some foam bricksA stack of Yellow PagesA small stoolHe's actually just pretty tall for his age
Four foam bricks, to be precise.
He was photographed alongside three other generations of the royal family for a new set of commemorative stamps marking the Queen’s 90th birthday.
None of it12.5%25%49.9%
It's 25% – a change of course for the government, with business secretary Sajid Javid having previously ruled out nationalisation.
David CameronDavid BeckhamJeremy ClarksonJeremy Corbyn
It was the Labour leader, and his snaps are pretty good tbh.
Boris JohnsonMichael GoveIain Duncan SmithNigel Farage
"Let's pound"; "Hands bound"; "a Horse & Hound""Not bleakly"; "Not meekly"; "a Woman's Weekly""No cheap fling"; "No sleeping"; "a Good Housekeeping""Just pump me"; "It's fun, see?"; "the Observer Food Monthly"
Woman's Weekly, of course. Cheer yourself up by revisiting 13 of Victoria Wood's funniest moments.
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