Society

Television cleverer than books

WATCHING television drama is more mind-expanding than reading contemporary fiction, it has been claimed.

Frozen yoghurt shops clearly a front for something dodgy

SHOPS specialising in frozen yoghurt must be a cover for some form of criminal activity, it has been claimed.

Most people now not really middle class

MOST people in the UK are members of the ‘not really middle class’ class, research has revealed.

'I have no filter' enters Oxford Dictionary of Twattery

THE Oxford Dictionary of Twattery has announced this year's new entries including 'I have no filter', 'YOLO' and '[x] is in my DNA'.

Middle-aged man 'was wearing non-Superdry clothing'

A 42-YEAR-OLD male was chased by other middle-aged men after attending a barbecue wearing a shirt that was not from Superdry.

Outrage as Cameron prefers to chat to people with whom he has something in common

DAVID Cameron has provoked fury after admitting he prefers chatting to people who are even vaguely like him.

New exams will make it seem like children are being educated

A SHAKE-UP of GCSE grades will give the appearance of children learning things.

Network Rail clones Hitler

NETWORK Rail has begun production of Hitler clones that will make trains run on time.