In the article on the discovery of the mummy of Egyptian queen Hatshepsut, we discover that "Egyptologists say they have identified the 3,000-year-old mummy of Hatshepsut, Egypt's most famous female ruler " and that she "was more powerful than either of her more famous female successors, Nefertiti and Cleopatra". Is it just me, or...
Nancy K, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK
How can egyptologists claim to have made the "find of the century" when we are only seven years into it? Unless they PLAN to make no more significant discoveries for the next 93 or so years. BUSTED!
Colin Main, Berkhamsted, UK
I read about the Tooth Fairy giving away £20m every year and I just had to write in and tell you that my 10-year-old brother gets £10 per tooth he loses. Is the world (or maybe just my step-mother) going mad?
Tony Blair's departure date was only announced in May. And yet somehow it coincides with the arrival of a nasty new PM in Doctor Who. Spooky coincidence? Or is Dr Who writer Russell T Davies very well-connected?
Alex D, Southampton, UK
Blimey, I must in a minority of one among Monitor readers, as I have never knowingly bought, consumed or even seen milk in a plastic pouch before now.
Michael Hall, Croydon, UK
Dear Carol Langham... re "comprises of" do you also wince at "myriad of". Gets me EVERY time.
Jane Hill, Hove, UK
Re: today's DMQ on Tony Blair - "who hasn't given him one while in office?" Oo-er missus.