One of which was that Gordon Ramsey was going to fine each customer who swore in one of his restaurants £5.
The National Trust announced that with climate change now underway, it was time for them change the oak leaf logo. It went on to say
A stranger as little as ten years ago, the Gascony fern (hilaria avrilensis), until recently most common around the region of Carcassonne, is now the fastest seeding plant in the whole of southern England and is set to cover the whole of the UK within the next decade.
To draw attention to the challenges of climate change, the Trust is to adopt the fern as its new logo – a vivid reminder that we live in a rapidly changing world.
When better to announce the change than at the beginning of a spring month, famous for its ability to innovate and pull surprises?