The arch was originally erected at Buckingham Palace, and members of the Royal Family would pass through it in ceremonial procession. In 1851, the arch was moved to its present location, and three small rooms within the arch were used as a police station until 1950.
I get no kick from champagne is a line from the song 'I Get a Kick Out of You" .
The song was written by the American composer Cole Porter, and originally featured in the broadway musical 'Anything goes'. It has been recorded by an array of performers and singers, but is popularly associated with the American singer Frank Sinatra.
The British are the second most enthusiastic tea consumers in the world. Tea drinking was first introduced to Britain by Catherine of Braganza, the queen consort of King Charles II of England.