Met Office plans to upgrade their weather forecasting technology by rebooting Stonehenge.
The current IT system, at Weather Towers, has become obsolete so the Met Office has looked for other cost-effective method for mis-predicting the weather. An initial quote of £1.2B for a new supercomputer was discounted as too expensive. One novel approach was to reboot Stonehenge.
The stone is wet, it must be raining!
Brexiteers have reacted with indignation over Tesla’s decision to base its European Gigafactory in Germany.
Elon Musk, the company’s high profile founder, said that Brexit uncertainty made it “too risky” to locate the factory in Britain, despite the small army of soon-to-be-unemployed car factory workers here he could potentially have taken on.
Don’t mention the war.
Environmentalists have criticised a driver for topping his petrol tank up at the supermarket after he had done the weekly shop.
Ian Napton, a Social Worker, told us. “I was on my way out of Morrisons and thought I’d fill up the Fiesta as petrol tends to be a bit cheaper there than at my nearest garage. We’re off to see my family tomorrow and they’re 150 miles away. But when I headed to the shop to pay, a bunch of protesters with placards blocked my way and told me I was killing Polar Bears as I could have filled up tomorrow en route and now my car would emit more carbon monoxides due to being heavier with a full tank.”
Vote Green! We’re all going to die!