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‘Nul points’?

‘Nul points’?

Almost half of the British public will not watch the Eurovision song contest this weekend, nor do you think that the UK entry will do very well, according to a ...

  • Education tomorrow

    More attention should be paid to the recruitment, training and diversity of teachers, and the much-publicised Academies are not as seen to be as ...

  • World Cup conversation

    The World Cup 2010, set to start in less than three weeks time, has rapidly climbed up the TellYouGov leaderboard to sixth place on ...

  • Fergie falling fast

    The last 48 hours have seen the Duchess of York, Sarah Ferguson, race towards the top of the TellYouGov leaderboard, recording a sizeable volume ...

  • Alcohol attitudes changing

    60% of UK adults think that alcohol packaging should contain health warnings to warn people about the detrimental effects of alcohol use, much like ...

  • ‘Summer here at last’?

    The mini heatwave that has hit Britain over the weekend has sent TellYouGov users into ‘tygging’ overdrive. With temperatures hitting a scorching 30 degrees ...

  • Welsh wonders

    A film star, a comedian and an opera singer rank highest among the national treasures that Welsh residents would most like to have dinner ...

  • Brits need their beauty sleep

    The majority of the British public need between six and nine hours' sleep a night to feel fully rested, according to a recent survey. ...

  • Stephen Fry for PM

    QI host Stephen Fry is proving very popular among TellYouGov users, or ‘tyggers’, recording a volume score of 64 and even more impressive sentiment ...

  • Robin Hood yet to convince

    Fresh from failing to hit its US Box Office target at the weekend it also seems that the new Robin Hood film is not ...