For a little light relief this Monday morning, our question this week is about sleep… Well, most of you will be dozing behind your lever arch files in the conference room at the Early Morning Round-up in your office at some point, so let’s run with the theme…

Sleep expert Neil Stanley says that couples who sleep together compromise the quality of their rest and that in actual fact, it is better to sleep apart. 

The article goes on to tell us: “Studies in the U.S. and Britain show that about one-quarter of couples regularly sleep separately, though Pittsburg psychologist Wendy Troxel says some 90 per cent of U.S. married couples sleep together. It’s not clear if people truthfully reveal their night time activity. “It’s still a taboo subject”.”

Our question to you this week then, is very easy: do you agree with Mr Stanley?