Following on from this weekend’s posts on the subject of “hugging hoodies”, it appears that the majority of Britons want National Service to be reintroduced, a survey shows.
About 69 per cent think that compulsory military service would curb the country's growing yob culture and cut crime.
The survey, by GfK Media, found that 65 per cent of adults think National Service should be used to reduce overcrowding in prisons.
National Service ran from 1945 to 1963, with 2.5 million young men conscripted.
As you can see from the photo, Nigeria appears to have a working solution to the hoodie problem and are keen to share it with David Cameron.