Ten people named after money
Ten people named after money
Ten geometric terms used in daily life
Point of no return
Line of least resistance
Ten things we do only when we think we are totally unobserved
Pick our nose
Practise our imitation of Sean Connery
Inspect our own ear wax
Pick up money in the street
Read a Martin Amis book
Rehearse a dance step we haven't tried for 20 years
See if we can still make ourselves go cross-eyed
Ten things that Tony Blair really means when he says "y'know"
I don't know
You don't know
You don't know, so I'll sound as if I do know
I wish it were true
I've said it so often I now believe it
If I say it often enough it will be true
Oh, look, isn't that somebody more important over there? - See you later...!
Ten things named after monarchs
Potatoes (King Edward)
Chair legs (Queen Anne)
Dogs (King Charles)
Wild carrots (Queen Anne's Lace)
Books (King James Bible)
American states (Virginia, Carolina)
Quarries (King Solomon's Mines)
Arrivals (The Queen of Sheba)
More American states (Georgia, Louisiana etc)
Ten things it is best to do when you have the wind behind you
Light a cigarette
Fold a map
Spend a penny
Shout to someone ahead
Tie your tie
Trim your chest hair
Dispose of chewing gum
Sail across the Atlantic
Ten phrases which you may need to use when you go to vote in the MEP elections today
'How many candidates can I vote for?"
"How many MEPs have we got now?"
"Who are they?"
"What have they been doing?"
"Where were they when I needed them?"
"Why are almost all the candidates men?"
"What do women know that I don't know?"
"Who do I vote for if I merely wish to register my displeasure at Mr Blair?"
"Who do I vote for if I want to get rid of Mr Blair, but can't see anyone else I want to replace him?"
"Who do I vote for if I just want to express my displeasure at George Galloway?"
"If I want to express my displeasure at the lot of them, can I just come in, hang around for a while and then leave without voting?"
Ten people who are named after things that you can eat, unless you are a vegetarian
A C Grayling
PMQs: Miliband gives tour-de-force demonstration of how not to do it
We must not normalise food banks. Their proliferation is a mark of shame on this country
The sad and puzzling story of Abbas Khan, the British doctor found dead in Syrian jail
The Daily Cartoon
To all those offended by Lady Gaga’s dancing, Jennifer Lopez’s leotard and Archbishop Atkinson: Get a grip!
David Cameron rushes in curbs on the rights of migrants to claim benefits to head off backbench revolt
America's 'virgin births'? One in 200 mothers 'became pregnant without having sex'
UK evangelist says Tom Daley ‘is gay because his father died’
President Obama announces Billie Jean King as one of two openly gay delegates for Sochi Winter Olympics ceremony
Jennifer Lawrence: 'It should be illegal to call someone fat on TV'
Ronnie Biggs dead: Great Train Robbery fugitive dies aged 84
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