10 things we didn't know last week

1. Moustache transplants are popular in Turkey.

Find out more (Wall Street Journal)

2. Chilli flourishes beside basil but struggles to grow near fennel.

Find out more (Daily Mail)

3. John Le Carre has a poster on his office wall saying "Keep Calm and Le Carre On".

Find out more (The Times)

4. It's a myth that London tap water has already been drunk seven times or more.

Find out more (Evening Standard)

5. Michael Gove is learning the ukulele.

Find out more (Sunday Times)

6. Moths have the sharpest hearing in the animal kingdom.

Find out more (Daily Mail)

7. If the Queen's Speech is amended, the prime minister must resign.

Find out more (New Statesman)

8. Miles Davis and Jimi Hendrix tried to recruit Paul McCartney for a super group.

Find out more (Daily Telegraph)

9. Messiah is in the top 400 names for boys in America.

Find out more (Guardian)

10. The French use the saying "un self-made man".

Find out more (Financial Times)

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