I believe a certain Mr.Crapper is forever associated with our modern toilet.I wonder if Mr.Gates's true legacy will not be,as expected for his computer and software technology,but for something in the future that may be referred to as..."Where is the nearest gates?".
Martin Pearson, Hoosick Falls,Upstate NY,USA
Pedants such as myself will be racing to point out that the newsagent that sold the winning lottery ticket did receive a cut - of the original sale. They and Camelot had a modest but guaranteed income from every ticket sold, which is more than you can say for the purchasers!
Memo to the gentleman near the top left - check the sign before you start waving it about! I'll get me taoc. Angus Gafraidh, London
Loved the pictures of the fans holding the 'Judas' sign in your article - bet the fellow with the sign upside down feels a twit now!
Mark, Reading, UK
"Barton has an extraordinary CV. In 2004, he stubbed out a lit cigar in the eye of a youth team player. In 2006, he dropped his shorts in front of opposition fans during a match. In 2008, he was jailed for six months for an assault in which one man was punched 20 times and a teenage boy was left with broken teeth. Barton received a suspended sentence for punching a team-mate on the training ground". If I were Joey Barton, I'd probably take this section out of my
Tom Webb, Surbiton, UK