Your story "Would-be citizens face more tests" tells us "Some migrants may also have to pay into a fund to cover some of the extra burden on public services." Am I missing something here, or is that pretty much how taxes work already?
Adam, London, UK
Shouldn't the certificate in this story have a capital N?
Gareth , Tokyo, Japan
Regarding 'that shouldn't have come out on the bill' (Quote of the day) I thought you were referring to the fact that a restaurant charges £17.85 for a meatball starter. I'm just wondering what meat the balls were made of!
hazellove, Brighton, UK
Re Restaurant sorry over F word bill: "..restaurant owner Mr Langsdon said the message had been meant to be seen only by kitchen staff ." Of course, if they had been abusing the customers in private that would be perfectly acceptable.
Simon, Milton Keynes
What sort of person pays a 10% service charge after being treated so badly?
Colin Main, Berkhamsted, UK
Re Paper Monitor, If "ocracy" were a word, then maybe "that-which-cannot-be-named" might rhyme with it. However, despite extensive use of a well-known internet search tool, it seems ocracy is not a valid word. I'll get my doat.
Harvey Mayne, Frankfurt, Germany
PM writes today: Paper Monitor is only sorry not to spot just one photograph of the former leader in his baggy Adidas tracksuit. So, was there a photograph and you missed it, or no photographs at all?
Dr Toes, Carharrack
People urged to ask for tap water - tap water tastes fine, it just doesn't come out the tap cold enough. Unless you have ice cubes handy you have to stick in the fridge for a while, but then it tastes "stale"
Christine, Milton Keynes
Re Sir Richard Dearlove out of shadows: "Sir Richard added that the service was legally required to seek authorisation from the Foreign Secretary to carry out any operation which involved breaking the law. " So does this mean that 007 has to ask Jacqui Smith for permission to use his License to Kill?? How disappointing..
Re the inverted commas, my employer has a dress code which allows "smart" jeans, including the inverted commas. Which is great, because you can wear any dirty, scruffy old jeans, but so long as you or anybody says they're smart, they're technically acceptable.
Bob Peters, Leeds, UK
Re: Doris from Durham's comment about inverted commas at her local market. My local college has a sign warning students not to eat 'food' in the corridor.
In response to Doris of Durham, personally I'd find English 'Strawberries' much more worrying.
Dave Godfrey, Swindon, UK
Re: the use of quotation marks. A tanning shop in my village advertises itself as "clean" and "safe". Not very inviting!
Jane, Durham, UK
As you seemed to have abandoned the random stat with no apparent explanation I've produced my own - 8% of working week wasted checking magazine monitor to see if the random stat has appeared yet.
Bryan Poor, Oxford
Ooh something weird and wonderful happened to me yesterday. I went to the loo at a gig and sighed when I saw the usual long queue. But my sigh turned to laughter when I realised it was a queue for the men’s loo and there was no queue for the ladies! I never thought it possible!!