The legendary Nokia 3310, after 17 years, it finally making a welcomed return, with a few updates.
The phone was phased out in 2005 – despite its popularity, and features which defined it virtually indestructible by the public. The updated version will be sold by HMD Global – a Finnish start up, who well sell the phone under license.
Nine months after leading the Foxes to the Premier League title – defying odds of 5,000-1 – Claudio Ranieri, 65, has been sacked as Leicester’s manager. Leicester now sit one point above the relegation zone with only 13 matches left.
In a historic day, Trudy Harrison of the Conservative party has won the Copeland by-election seat, beating Labour’s Gillian Troughton by 13,748 votes to 11,601. This unexpected turn of events is certainly a boost for Theresa May’s Conservative party, and another let down for the Labour party, who have represented the seat for more than 80 years.
The Brit Awards is highly prestigious award ceremoy, and the honour of hosting this year’s event fell upon Emma Willis and Dermot O’Learly, after Michael Bublé had to pull out. Brilliant performances by Little Mix, Bruno Mars, Emeli Sandé, The 1975, Katy Perry & Skip Marley, Skepta, Coldplay & The Chainsmokers, Ed Sheeran ft. Stormzy, and Robbie Williams.
Nasa scientists were using the Spitzer Space Telescope when they found a record number of Earth-sized planets – seven – found in the habitable zone of a star, called TRAPPIST-1. It contains a system of seven rocky words, with each containing the potential for water.
Primark has withdrawn a T-shirt with a nursery rhyme on the front – Eeny, Meeny, Miny, Moe – alongside a baseball bat with barbed wire wrapped around it; this references Negan’s Lucile bat from The Walking Dead – alongside the quotation used in the show.