From today's UK papers

November 26, 2001

First human embryo cloned
American scientists claimed yesterday to have cloned the first human embryo, spreading deep alarm among pro-life groups. Daily Telegraph , Times , Daily Mail , Financial Times , Guardian , Independent

Unmarried parent stigma declines
A rapid collapse of the moral majority's opposition to couples having children outside marriage is revealed today in the 18th British social attitudes survey, a comprehensive testing of national opinion. Guardian , Independent

Children do surf adult content
Two research projects have revealed how easily youngsters are exposed to the seamier side of the world wide web. Social psychologists at the London School of Economics found that nine out of ten children aged 8 to 16 had viewed pornography on the internet, while an EU report found that a higher proportion of British children surf the net unsupervised than anywhere else in Europe. Daily Mail

Exercise threat to over-40s
Research at Ohio State University reveals a 200 per cent increase in serious exercise-related incidents among men and women in their 40s since 1980. Daily Mail   

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