Society

Britain backs CS gas for queues of more than two people

IF there are more than two people in a queue, tear gas should be used without mercy, according to a new report.

Crosses 'help explain why someone is dreadful'

RELIGIOUS symbols in the workplace can help colleagues and customers understand ghastliness, according to new research.

Urban foxes channel energy into DJing

DELINQUENT inner city foxes are being offered free weekend courses in DJ and MC skills in a bid to give them positive focus.

'I can't come to work because of the solar flare'

MILLIONS of workers will be trapped at home until Monday, because of solar activity.

Graduates forced to take jobs that match their skills

'UNIVERSITY' graduates are increasingly having to take unskilled jobs commensurate with their lack of ability.

Capping child benefit 'will lead to angry, sober middle-class mothers'

THE child benefit cap is to be rethought amid warnings over the impact on middle-class stay-at-home afternoon-drinking mothers.

Catholics urged to oppose gay divorce

BRITAIN'S Catholics have been urged to defend the institution of marriage by campaigning against gay divorce.

Maths impossible

BRITAIN'S poor numeracy is the fault of maths for being so hard, experts have claimed.