Brexit uncertainty leaves Airbus considering a move to china.
The controversial plans would see it teach English in Beijing for a year, then backpack around South East Asia to find itself.
And a few more stories that caught our attention today.
The government has produced a myth-busting guide to promote fruit picking jobs.
DWP admits they may have cherry picked the facts.
Forget long hours, hard toil and low pay – says the report – join the government.
“Don’t rely on us to back Heathrow’s third runway” say SNP.
“Hillingdon’s nowhere near us!”.
Melania’s “I really don’t care” jacket causes a stir.
Meanwhile – double standards – as her “No Entry for Douchebags” knickers go largely unreported.
Woodstock archaeologists spent four days trying to unearth the main stage.
Four days?! I don’t know what they were on – but whatever it is, I want some.
John Cleese hits back over claims made about the Monty Python team’s lack of diversity.
Said Cleese: “We were always dressing as women! And Michael Palin definitely blacked up at least once”.
Facebook launches print publication ‘Grow’ – which awkwardly is also the name of a magazine for marijuana farmers.
Run by a group of weed-loving friends who met in college – Facebook was founded in 2004.
The House of Commons has paid £2.4m to silence staff over the past five years.
Apparently John Bercow shouting ‘Order, Order’ at them wasn’t enough.
And finally, as Algeria turns off the whole country’s internet to stop students cheating in exams…
…Virgin Media claims that’s what it’s been doing for the past 10 years.