Here’s an odd paradox: on menus where healthy food is offered alongside unhealthy food, people are more likely to choose the fat-filled fun. And the worst culprits? Healthy eaters.
Blindingly obvious advice on labels is a common pet hate. I mean, why would you write “may contain nuts” on a packet of peanuts? Well…here’s your answer.
Why the British government felt they needed to ask 2,272 people to confirm an ancient proverb, I have no idea. 65 per cent thought that who you know is more important that what you know when it comes to finding a job. But the results were actually a lot more interesting than the headline figure suggests, because of how contradictory they are.
- Aliens like Stonehenge too.
Well folks, it’s been a long time coming, but at last we have a sensible suggestion about what to do with dodgy bankers. Here’s what, and why it’s important.
Apparently the Leveson Inquiry didn’t yield terribly much, because pictures of celebrity chef Nigella Lawson being strangled by her husband in public are all over the front pages. It’s rather drowned out the more important story about the UK government spying on world leaders during a summit the country hosted in 2009.