Today we learn that high-flying men are not as attractive to women looking for love as those with an average job. This is according to those ubiquitous "scientists", most of whom are presumably men with an average job. Personally, I think women are particularly attracted to men called Steve.
It is obvious from the picture in the story on the 'prehistoric hug' that they are actually trying to throttle each other.
No. 10 rejects police state claim. As statements go, it's hard to imagine a more superfluous one: it's not as if they're likely to admit to such a claim, are they?!
Baz, Norwich, UK
Re: Leona getting a US music contract. It seems the music exec who described her as "like hearing the love child of Whitney Houston and Mariah Carey" skipped sex education lessons at school.
Rikki, Essex, UK
In Paper Monitor, what's the Daily Mail complaining about? Girls' Aloud are giving a GOOD example! They look positively decent compared to what the girls in real schools wear (or more how they wear it). Those skirts are positively Victorian compared to the lack of skirts you see around here.
M Ross, Lancaster, UK
I only ever buy The Daily Mail for the quick crossword on the back (I admit it, the cryptic one in The Telegraph is just FAR TOO DIFFICULT!) Do people actually buy the paper for the articles and the journalism? Surely not!
Mike Henry, Reading, UK
How many Cambridges in a Wales? If we assume Cambridge (40.7 sq km) tessellates perfectly and the resulting shape fits the borders of Wales (20,779 sq km) perfectly, and also that the number of Cambridges can only be expressed as an integer (since a bit of Cambridge does not describe its whole) then there is potential for 510 Cambridges in Wales. In actual terms though, there are no Cambridges in Wales unless you count Cambridge Street in Cardiff or Cambridge Road in Newport.
Incidentally, according to official rules, the size of a football pitch can vary from 90x120m to 45x90m, so there could be 3768 small football pitches in Cambridge, or 10049 large ones. I don’t know how many football pitches there actually are in Cambridge though?
David Freeman may care to memorise the following approximate conversion: 5000 Football Pitches = 1 Cambridge. 500 Cambridges = 1 Wales.
Giles Murchiston, Cambridge, England
Surely the obvious answer, to pets at work is that if snakes and cats in the office cause concern but patting reduces stress, for everyone to spend 10 minutes every day patting a colleague.
Adam, London, UK