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Changing food and drink products on offer can lead to leaner greener diets

That's according to the research, published in the BMJ C hanging the food and drink on offer in shops, restaurants and bars has the potential to improve diets, reduce inequalities and protect the environment, according to a study. So-called “availability interventions” such as replacing some confectionery items with fruit or nuts, sugary drinks with no or low sugar options, alcoholic with non-alcoholic drinks and meat-based with plant-based meals can lead […]

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Tory peer quits as justice minister over Downing Street partygate breaches

A Conservative peer has quit as justice minister over breaches of Covid regulations in Downing Street. A Conservative peer has quit as justice minister over breaches of Covid regulations in Downing Street. David Wolfson said in a letter to Prime Minister Boris Johnson that he was quitting not only over the events themselves or the PM’s “own conduct”, but also “the official response to what took place”. Lord Wolfson said […]

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POs Pride of Kent remains detained after additional deficiencies found

A P&O Ferries vessel is to remain detained after “additional deficiencies” were found during a reinspection. A P&O Ferries vessel is to remain detained after “additional deficiencies” were found during a reinspection. The Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA) said there were issues with safety systems and crew documentation for the Pride of Kent, which has now been detained for more than a fortnight. P&O Ferries suspended most of its operations […]

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Thomas Tuchel upset with officials as Chelsea exit Champions League

Thomas Tuchel risked the wrath of UEFA by claiming referees lack the “courage” to give big decisions against Real Madrid. Chelsea boss Tuchel even admitted he could expect repercussions for criticising Polish referee Szymon Marciniak in the wake of the Blues’ 5-4 Champions League quarter-final exit. Chelsea toppled Madrid 3-2 at the Bernabeu Stadium in their last-eight second-leg but exited the tournament on aggregate and only after extra time in […]

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Boris Johnson and Rishi Sunak to be fined over lockdown parties

Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Chancellor Rishi Sunak have been told they will be fined as part of a police probe into allegations of lockdown parties held at Downing Street. The Metropolitan Police announced 30 additional fines on Tuesday in relation to Operation Hillman, which is looking into breaches of Covid-19 regulations at the top of Government. A No 10 spokeswoman said: “The Prime Minister and Chancellor of the Exchequer […]

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Frances OGrady quits the TUC after nine years

The general secretary of the Trade Unions Congress (TUC) is to step down after nine years at the helm. Frances O’Grady said she will leave her post at the end of the year, with a replacement elected at the TUC’s annual meeting in September. The trade union chief was first elected to the position in 2013, making her the first woman to hold the role in the organisation’s history. She […]

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Starmer accuses Sunak of rank hypocrisy for using schemes to avoid tax

Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer has accused Chancellor Rishi Sunak of “rank hypocrisy” for using “schemes” to reduce his tax burden as the cost-of-living crisis worsens. Mr Sunak’s political career is at risk of being derailed by the row over his wife’s non-domiciled status and his own former holding of a US green card. During a campaign visit to Sunderland, Sir Keir indicated he was uncomfortable with the system of […]

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Commons Speaker MPs still traumatised and fearful after Amess murder

MPs and political staff remain “traumatised” by the murder of Sir David Amess, and continue to struggle amid fears for their security, Commons Speaker Sir Lindsay Hoyle said. Sir Lindsay said Sir David’s death last October underlined how much the world had changed in recent years, following the 2016 murder of Labour MP Jo Cox, and the 2017 terror attack on Parliament. And he said some MPs remain worried about […]

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Global estimates of headaches suggest disorder impacts more than 50 of people

More than half of the global population are affected by headaches every year, new estimates suggest. A review of the evidence suggests 52% of people across the world are affected by a headache disorder – including tension and recurrent headaches, with 14% reporting migraines. Although headaches are one of the most prevalent and disabling conditions worldwide, studies of headache prevalence can vary greatly, and this could impact how the global […]

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