Looking for love According to the people behind the Tube Map app, the solution to your dating woes is Underground One in ten commuters spot someone they find attractive every single day One in 100 have married the person they met below ground | UPDATED: 19:09 GMT, 14 December 2012 If you've been looking for the perfect partner without success, the answer could be deeper than you realised. Deeper underground that is. According to the makers of the Tube Map app, almost half of train travellers say they see someone that takes their fancy at least once a week.
British scientist jailed in Argentina after being 'duped' into drug smuggling by honey trap sting protests his innocence Physics professor from Kidderminster says he has barely slept since conviction in Buenos Aires Admits sending series of messages implying he was a cocaine smuggler, but says they were an 'ill-choice of joke'Psychological reports say Paul Frampton, 69, suffers from Asperger's and Narcissistic Personality Disorder | UPDATED: 22:03 GMT, 8 December 2012 Each day begins the same as the last for Professor Paul Frampton. His alarm rings at 7.30am, he showers, eats cornflakes and, when he is meeting lawyers, dresses in a jaunty orange Herms tie and navy pinstripe suit that hangs off him after losing 20lb on his prison diet
Online dating, Britain's boom industry: Businesses contribute 170m to the economy as nine million Brits log on to look for love Country has highest internet dating turnover of any European nationMore than nine million Britons have logged on to a dating site | UPDATED: 02:11 GMT, 28 November 2012 Love is all you need, the Beatles said. But these days it helps if you have a computer too. Online dating is becoming one of the most popular ways to find a partner