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Classroom complaints

Classroom complaints

A significant proportion of the British public believes that local education authorities should be responsible for ruling upon complaints about teachers accused of misconduct or incompetence, as opposed to parents, ...

  • Fear of foxes

    The majority of British adults feel that little needs to be done to curb the number of foxes in urban areas, but a significant ...

  • Not watching: Big Brother

    The vast majority of the British public is not planning to watch the new series of Channel 4 reality TV show ‘Big Brother’, research ...

  • Dawn of the dance...?

    A dramatic peak in popularity on the TellYouGov leaderboard for the British box office smash StreetDance 3D mirrored the success of its initial release, ...

  • Has Britain got talent?

    Britain’s Got Talent returned to the nation’s screens earlier this spring, but with the finals drawing to a close this weekend, there has been ...

  • Not worried about Walcott

    Although a media storm has ensued following the news that Theo Walcott has been excluded from the England World Cup football squad, few among ...

  • Capitivated by the Cup?

    Over half of the British public is interested in this summer’s FIFA World Cup tournament in South Africa, a survey has found. However, significantly ...

  • Capital cuisine

    Despite the dismal economic climate, it seems that Londoners are still enjoying a few tasty treats, with 81% eating in restaurants or getting takeaways ...

  • Eurovision fails to impress

    After witnessing Britain’s failure in the Eurovision song contest last Saturday, it seems many of TellYouGov’s users, or ‘tyggers’, are less than happy with ...

  • Shoes, sex and success

    Few of those who watched the first Sex and the City feature film (Sex and the City: The Movie) were deterred from wanting to ...