A number of people have written in to express their anger over various misuses of
the apostrophe -
The rule concerning this is so simple that there should be no excuse for getting it wrong!
Never, never use: There are ... less cars, less people, less dresses.
"Whom" is used less frequently these days but, if used, it should be used correctly. It is used to refer to the object of a sentence and the easy way to remember this is the he/him question:
It is exactly the same with the she/her question. When it's "she" it is "who", but when it is "her' it is "whom":