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The prime minister’s official spokesman has refused to rule out that an alien invasion of Earth has begun, reported Guido Fawkes. Asked about the mysterious objects that have recently been shot down over the US, the spokesman refused to comment on security issues, noted the outlet. Asked whether Rishi Sunak believes in aliens, the spokesman said it was “not something I’ve asked him”. Across the pond, senior US general Glen VanHerck said he would not rule out aliens as the source of the “threat”.

Outcry as Lilt is rebranded

The soft drink brand Lilt is being rebranded after 50 years. From today, – the drink – which was advertised for its “totally tropical taste” – will be known as Fanta Pineapple & Grapefruit, according to the Coca Cola Company. Although the manufacturer insisted that the drink’s taste and ingredients would not change, the development has proven distressing to some. “I’m not sure I want to live in a world where Lilt, the totally tropical experience, no longer exists,” wrote a fan on Twitter.

England’s dinosaurs’ brains reconstructed

The dinosaurs which roamed southern England 125m years ago inherited their brain power from their ancestors to catch the fish, according a report from the University of Southampton and Ohio University. The researchers reconstructed the brains and inner ears of two semi-aquatic dinosaurs, concluding that theropod ancestors of spinosaurs already possessed brains and sensory adaptations suited for part-time fish catching, said Sky News.

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