Retailer has recalled more medicines as a precaution after a possible manufacturing fault was identified
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Saturday 30 January 2010
In the last recession – well, the penultimate one in the early 1990s – people lost their homes in startling numbers. Many handed keys to their lender in a desperate withdrawal from the property-owning democracy envisaged by Margaret Thatcher.
Friday 22 January 2010
Homoeopathy is a bizarre relic of the 18th century, a magical ritual cast over water or sugar pills, claiming to create medicines but failing to pass objective testing. In spite of this, a £40m homoeopathic industry prospers in Britain. You can buy homoeopathic vaccines, or go on a homoeopathic diet. Homoeopathic explorers travel to African clinics, claiming to be able to treat Aids. One site even advertises homoeopathic urine for your children, which is taking the, er, mickey.
Friday 22 January 2010
Sunday 10 January 2010
Saturday 09 January 2010
Friday 08 January 2010
Jonathan Brown reports on the teenager transported from poverty to a life of loneliness by his £1.9m windfall
Tuesday 05 January 2010
Tuesday 29 December 2009
Louis Handschuh: French resistance operative who survived one of the most daring escapes of the Second World War
Monday 21 December 2009
Louis Handschuh, who has died in Paris aged 89, was one of the last survivors of one of the most remarkable escapes of the Second World War.
Tuesday 01 December 2009
Sunday 29 November 2009
Saturday 28 November 2009
1 Palmer's Cocoa Butter Formula Tummy Butter
The soothing scent of this lavender "tummy butter", recommended by mums across the country, will send you off to sleep while it works its magic overnight.
£5.14, available at Boots and supermarkets nationwide
Monday 23 November 2009
Saturday 21 November 2009
Almost a century and a half ago, a Fleetwood pharmacist named James Lofthouse developed a menthol and eucalyptus liquid for fishermen to take with them on their excursions into the cruelly cold waters of the North Atlantic.
Thursday 19 November 2009
Whatever the Nigerian-born centre Ayoola Erinle brings to the England midfield on his first Test start this weekend, it is unlikely to be a kicking game that will leave some of the world's more rounded No 12s – Berrick Barnes of Australia, Luke McAlister of New Zealand, Felipe Contepomi of Argentina – wondering where they went wrong. "What makes you think Ayoola will have to kick the ball?" asked Martin Johnson when asked about the newcomer's lack of an educated right foot. Erinle's fellow centre, Dan Hipkiss, put it another way. "I've kicked twice in my Premiership career," he said with a smile, "so I guess that makes me the one with the boot."
Daniele Watts: Django Unchained actress detained by Los Angeles police after being mistaken for a prostitute
The political class is doing what Hitler couldn’t – destroying Britain
Scottish independence: Nationalist leader Jim Sillars threatens pro-union companies with 'day of reckoning' after independence
Scottish independence: Yes campaign feels the heat as Alex Salmond's NHS claims come under furious attack
£23m Birmingham cycle scheme is attacked by Tory councillor for not catering to the elderly
Salmond accused of laughing off national debt with ‘what are they going to do: invade?’ joke
- 1 Scottish independence: Ireland since 1919 is a lesson for Scotland in what a Yes vote means
- 2 Thailand deaths: Pair's bloodied bodies found naked on Koh Tao beach
- 3 Lego breaks out of the toy box and heads for the gallery
- 4 Julian Assange and Edward Snowden join piracy mogul Kim Dotcom’s political campaign in New Zealand