In which European capital is Bonnie Prince Charlie buried?
D. Vatican City
Charles died in Rome on 31 January 1788, aged 67, of a stroke. He was first buried in the Frascati Cathedral, where his brother Henry Benedict Stuart was bishop. At Henry's death in 1807, Charles's remains (except his heart) were moved to the crypt of St. Peter's Basilica in the Vatican where they were laid to rest next to those of his brother and his father. His mother is also buried in St. Peter's Basilica. His heart remained in Frascati Cathedral, where it is contained in a small urn beneath the floor under a monument.
With 39 years and 322 days, who is the oldest player to debut in a FIFA World Cup tournament?
B. David James
David James (UK) made his FIFA World Cup finals debut at the age of 39 years 322 days against vs. Algeria in Cape Town, South Africa, on 18 June 2010. James held a clean sheet as England and Algeria played to a scoreless draw.
Faryd Mon of Colombia holds the record for the oldest player to appear - he was 43 years and 3 days old when he came on as a substitute in 2014, but he debuted at the 1994 tournament.
Albert Roger Milla of Cameroon is the oldest world cup goal scorer, scoring against Russia in the 1994 world cup, but his first appearance was in the 1982 world cup.
Souleymane Mamam is the youngest player to play in football's premier tournament. He played for Togo against Zambia aged 13 years 310 days in a preliminary qualifying game on 6 May 2001.
What is the VAT rate on the rent of a flat to a private resident?
Rent of a residential property is exempt from VAT. As a result, the income from Anchor's rented schemes is exempt from VAT, which means we can't reclaim any VAT we pay to suppliers that relates to the supply of that service.
Which company used the slogan 'Because I'm worth it'?
L'Oreal used the slogan 'Because I'm worth it'. This slogan is widely recognized and associated with the brand. It conveys a message of self-worth and empowerment, suggesting that using L'Oreal products is a way to enhance one's beauty and confidence. The slogan has been used by L'Oreal for many years and has become a key part of their brand identity.