James Bond: What is the new film going to be called?

Calling all 007 fans, the title for the much anticipated 25th James Bond film has just been revealed. And it’s…No Time to Die. The title was announced on Twitter, and producers also posted that the movie is due to come out in the UK on 3 April 2020.

What else do we know about the long-awaited film?

According to the official plot summary, the British spy comes out of retirement to take on a mission to rescue a kidnapped scientist. Filming is already underway, but there have been some problems along the way, including Daniel Craig needing minor ankle surgery after an injury on set in Jamaica. Oscar-winner Rami Malek, who starred in Bohemian Rhapsody, will play a villain.

Plans for all new street names in Cardiff to avoid English

New streets in Cardiff (Wales, UK) could be given names in Welsh only under new plans.

Cardiff council said it is keen for new streets and future developments in the capital to be given names that reflect local heritage. The plans were first announced last year and council officials will make a decision whether to adopt the scheme at a meeting next month. A consultation was held over six weeks between January and March 2019. The responses will now be considered by the council’s cabinet in September. Mabli Siriol, from Welsh language group “Cymdeithas yr Iaith“, welcomed the idea. She said: “It would give a boost to the status and use of the language in the city.”

New name for UK Unilever’s “I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter”

Unilever is rebranding its I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter spread in the UK in a move to “drive awareness of the product’s versatility”. The new name? I Can’t Believe It’s So Good For Everything, which is two words (and four syllables) longer than the already lengthy original brand name. “Everything” includes spreading, cooking, baking, and frying – so technically not everything. But can you use it to remove gum from your hair?