Easter egg on face

April 17, 1998

Bradford University's head of publicity wins this week's prize for enthusiasm at work. Having arrived early on Tuesday morning, Sue Coffey was surprised to find that the cleaners were not about.

Suspicions were further aroused when at 10am only two other members of staff had turned up.

Ms Coffey felt duty bound to send them home when, on making further enquiries, she discovered that the university was closed for the Easter holidays.

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