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The Prime Minister has asserted that the London mayor was speaking for himself when he commented that some people are not clever enough to be a success

Good news day for Sainsbury's is buried by packaging row

Store reveals it is to cut its cereal wrapping – and is charged for overpackaging its meat

Scientists hail health benefits of black rice

Black rice – revered in ancient China but overlooked in the West – could be one of the greatest "superfoods", scientists believe.

Stay the night: Belle Tout Lighthouse, Beachy Head, East Sussex

This former lighthouse, with its £1.4m overhaul, left Fiona Sturges feeling on top of the world

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Over the past two months press releases have been popping into journalists' inboxes with one recurring message: porridge sales have glooped into orbit. Manufacturers and retailers recorded rises of up to 70 per cent during the cold snap when shoppers sought a warming bowl for breakfast.

Parents furious over 'hypocrisy' of cereal ad

Kellogg's accused of pushing Coco Pops while backing obesity campaign

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Terry Kirby: Ward's grey goo was of little help to my recovery

A gooey, lumpy, grey mess on a cold plate, it was surrounded by watery carrots and what could have been mashed potato or perhaps cauliflower.

Business Diary: Goldman's charitable work doesn't cut it

Until yesterday, the Goldman Sachs homepage was plastered with a single large number – 134,237. That's not, before you get cross, this week's bonus payout, but the total number of hours worked this year by Goldman staff for "non-profit community partners worldwide". Will the bank's worthy record on charity prevent the world sticking it to them following yesterday's profits? In a word, no.

Warning on danger of salt in bread and cereals

Government advertising campaign will highlight threat to public health

Women encouraged to take extra folic acid

All women of child-bearing age are being advised to take extra folic acid after a rise in spina bifida cases.

Popcorn is good for you, say scientists

Popcorn is the latest and most unlikely food shown to have health-boosting properties.

Terence Blacker: Does sex need to be encouraged?

What was once seen as self-pollution is now presented as useful exercise

Carol Sarler: There's far more to happy families than two parents, two children and a jam sandwich

The traditional model may be evolving but our kith and kin are special beyond words

Martin Hickman: Green light for diet colour code

Where better to start a column than with your breakfast? According to the Breakfast Cereal Information Service, two-thirds of us eat Shreddies, Cornflakes or another cereal every week and many of them are high in salt and sugar (up to 40 per cent sugar).

Martin Hickman: Snap, crackle and sugar

Which? is wheeling out breakfast cereals for a fresh bashing today. In its Cereal Offenders report the consumer group found 92 out of 100 cereals got an FSA amber or red light for sugar. They did better on salt, with 77 scoring red or amber.

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