Telegraphing your punches the easy way. This gang actually named their fraudulent film "A Landscape of Lies"? I wonder, would anyone like to put a few quid into my new film "Buy That Nice Dr Walker A Lamborghini"?
Dr Reece Walker , London UK
Matt Lucas "said he had always been 'a huge fan of the visual comedy of Charlie Chaplin, Laurel and Hardy and of course, our very own Mr Bean'." Er, sorry, but are Chaplin and Laurel no longer regarded as British?
Rob Falconer, Pernes-les-Fontaines, France
Hollywood director takes pity on starving boffins?
Rik Alewijnse, Feering, UK
May just say that this article is probably the most brilliant, inspiring and wonderful piece of journalism ever. Well they do say philately will get you everywhere.
James, Great Dunmow
The conditional in "31% of people would pray for world peace" implies that they're not actually doing it. I hereby rewrite today's random stat as, "Humanity doomed: 31% of people believe they could reduce death and suffering at the cost of literally nothing but a few minutes of their time, at any convenient moment, but are too selfish and lazy even to do that."
David Richerby, Liverpool, UK
We could take Fee's argument full circle and suggest that only sperical flapjacks be allowed - thereby no edges or corners at all. Afterall, no schoolchild has ever been injured by a ball being thrown or kicked in their face.
Basil Long, Nottingham
Sigh... the only problem with having an iPhone and the BBC News app, is that it doesn't include the Magazine Monitor. I so rarely use a computer now I never get to read the letters... I miss you MM - please get the app developers working...