Flagging profits

By Barry Fox The World Cup is generating football fever in Europe. But football’s governing bodies have had to stop fans carrying flags on poles to wave during matches. They either hit each other with the poles or break them to create spear-like weapons. The pole ban has drastically cut flagmakers’ profits, but IMS of Birmingham has come up with a solution (GB 2 317 492)—a paper flag pole which cannot be used as a weapon. IMS wants the governing bodies to authorise its use during matches. Strips of paper are helically wound into a tube, and then sealed in waterproof plastic. This makes them strong enough to support a flag and to be waved,
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