Paper Monitor, not sure if you've seen Dr Miriam Stoppard's Daily Mirror article "Why the latest party drug (Mephedrone) brings new DANGER". Unfortunate that, when you search for Mephedrone on the Mirror website, the first thing that pops up is an advert telling you where to buy it (see image, right).
Will Harris, London
Did you know today's date is a palindrome? 01022010
Susan Kenworthy, Strathaven
It's really not accurate to say "there will be a lot of students this year who do not get a place at university". If they don't get a place, they won't be students, will they?
Adam, London, UK
Shoes may have changed how we run, eh? Well, no, because the story says that people with shoes run differently from those without shoes. So in fact shoes have changed the way we run when we're wearing shoes. I wonder if I can get any funding to investigate whether oven-gloves have affected our ability to handle hot things.
Re Plan to halve smokers in 10 years - seems harsh to me, but at least it will stop them smoking.
Tom Colvin, Basingstoke, UK
I read a report about children of five years of age not being able to speak properly. Are you surprised? BBC presenters cannot pronounce the word Gatwick, they say Ga'wick. They also use use the words "at about". How do you have "at about"? At is a point and about is a around a point.
Ian Hague, Bury, Lancashire
Monitor note: But you try telling a five-year-old that...