What are they thinking? Our bodies, not faces, reveal the truth about how we feel

What are they thinking Our bodies, not faces, reveal the truth about how we feel | UPDATED: 07:44 GMT, 30 November 2012 If you find it hard to read someone’s emotions, the problem may be that you are staring them in the face. Research suggests that it is a person’s body that gives away what they are thinking, not their expression. When men and women were given photos of individuals and asked to judge the emotion shown, they did badly when just given head and shoulders shots.

More than 6.5m Britons believe they will be forced to work past pension age

More than 6.5million Britons believe they will be forced to work past pension age – and most of them are women | UPDATED: 10:10 GMT, 28 November 2012 Around 6.5 million people currently over the age of 50 say they plan to work beyond the State pension age – and women will be the biggest losers, a report reveals today.

Almost 7 million believe they will be forced to work past pension age – and most of them are women

More than 6.5million Britons believe they will be forced to work past pension age – and most of them are women | UPDATED: 01:56 GMT, 28 November 2012 Around 6.5 million people currently over the age of 50 say they plan to work beyond the State pension age – and women will be the biggest losers, a report reveals today. The finding highlights the social impact of Britain’s pensions crisis as gold-plated schemes which pay for a comfortable old age are approaching extinction in the private sector. When asked why they will continue working, the most common answer given by workers over the age of 50 is that they will be 'forced to do so to survive financially’.