News Boris Johnson is seen as a possible challenger to David Cameron's leadership of the Conservative Party

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

Farming policy: an end to French hypocrisy?

Sarkozy makes historic move to divert European subsidies from rich cereal ranches to small traditional farms

One Click Wonder: Rock'n'advertising

John Lennon has been brought back from the grave to appear in a commercial for the One Laptop Per Child charity initiative – a worthy cause, indeed, though not all unions between the worlds of rock’n’roll and advertising have been so holy...

Poles savour British flavours

Polish nationals working in Britain in the past few years have picked up more than their wages – with many developing a taste for British brands of food and drink.

Get rid of that sweet tooth: How to quit sugar

It has no nutritional value, yet we consume pounds of it each year – much of it hidden in 'healthy' foods. Sophie Morris discovers ways we can kick the habit

Mike Wozniak, Medina & Negociants, Edinburgh Festival

Mike Wozniak asks his audience not to heckle him with 118 118 jibes, though it's hard to resist, as it's a useful shorthand for his moustachioed appearance. Having established the visual, the vocal sounds like a cross between Murray Walker and David Attenborough, nasal and breathy, and Wozniak's delivery and joke structure have something of Stewart Lee about them, relying on repetition and occasional laborious detail to state the obvious but from a sideways point of view.

AB Foods merges Ryvita brand with Jordans

The international food and retail group Associated British Foods (ABF) is to merge its Ryvita business with Jordans, the manufacturer of breakfast cereals and cereal bars, and has vowed to deliver "high single digit" sales growth at both brands over the next few years.

A killer on the shelves: the shocking truth about children's food

Even supermarket staples can contain terrifying levels of harmful additives – and research published today highlights the cost to the health of our nation's children

Miles Kington: Everything you've heard about healthy eating is wrong

In the old days, medical certainties stayed certain for a hundred years or more, but nowadays they can change overnight.

Supermarket food 'contains more fat and salt than quoted on label'

Ready meals and breakfast cereals often contain far more fat and salt than claimed on their packaging, according to new research that may make shoppers think twice about eating convenience food.

Jeremy Warner's Outlook: Will the last British company to be bought up by foreigners please turn out the lights?

Should we be bothered as another important UK company passes into foreign ownership? Despite its free market rhetoric, the Government is likely to be more concerned than it cares to admit at Ferrovial's success in its bid for BAA. It's all very well having an open borders policy on inward investment, but what's going on at the moment is more akin to a bargain basement clearout of the family silver than a refreshing infusion of overseas money.

Jordans cereal company : Still growing those wild oats

Thirty years after founding Jordans, Bill Jordan tells Roger Trapp why he prefers ploughing on to selling up

Krige left to ponder blood, sweat and fears

Victory was not sublime, defeat wasn't humiliating, but a vital clash ran to form, says Hugh Godwin
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Fifa President Sepp Blatter warns his opponents: 'I forgive everyone, but I don't forget'

'I forgive everyone, but I don't forget'

Fifa president Sepp Blatter issues defiant warning to opponents
Extreme summer temperatures will soon cause deaths of up to 1,700 more Britons a year, says government report

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LSD: Speaking to volunteer users of the drug as trials get underway to see if it cures depression and addiction

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German soldier who died fighting for UK in Battle of Waterloo should be removed from museum display and given dignified funeral, say historians

Saving Private Brandt

A Belgian museum's display of the skeleton of a soldier killed at Waterloo prompts calls for him to be given a dignified funeral