Society

Spiritual development courses top for casual sex

WEEKEND courses on spiritual growth and healing are the foremost events for opportunistic sex, it has been claimed.

Embattled nation unites against Christmas

BRITAIN is putting aside its woes and working together in a bid to stop Christmas.

Equal rights victory as first-born girls allowed to become unelected head of state

EQUAL rights campaigners are celebrating after the government said the monarch's first born daughter should get to be automatically better than you.

'Eating French people no worse than eating pigs'

HUGH Fearnley-Whittingstall has claimed that eating a Frenchman and his family is morally the same as eating an animal.

Greggs fury at Michelin snub

PASTY incubator Greggs has called for an inquiry after being overlooked for one of cuisine's biggest honours, it has emerged.

Would you shag the Birmingham Six? Asks Matthew Wright

CONTROVERSIAL chat show host Matthew Wright has defended a live TV phone-in debate about whether members of the public would have sex with the Birmingham Six, and if so, in what order.

Toddlers and Wetherspoon's regulars not dissimilar

TWO year-olds have been bonding with other people who talk gibberish and piss themselves since the opening of a toddler group at a Wetherspoon's.

River Cottage downshifters 'must mate with locals'

URBAN professionals escaping to rural areas must contribute to the local gene pool, it has been claimed.