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Diane Abbott said she lost her frontbench position because she defied instructions from Labour HQ not to take a position on potential British strikes against Syria in advance of a crucial House of Commons vote

I was sacked for not following Ed Miliband’s script, says Diane Abbott

Ed Miliband only wants shadow ministers who “literally read from the [Labour Party] script” in the run-up to the general election, his former shadow Health minister said.

Luciana Berger (far right) was appointed Labour’s health spokeswoman last week

Labour tells new health spokeswoman to drop her support for homeopathy

Labour has forced its new public health spokeswoman, Luciana Berger, to renounce her views on homeopathy.

Three of the proposed models of cigarettes packs in Australia

David Cameron's election guru Lynton Crosby blamed for shelving of plain cigarette packaging plan

Doctors' leaders and medical charities said lives would be lost because of the move

Poll: Give walking a lift - should building design encourage people to use the stairs?

Oh dear... walking is one way to keep in shape, but a survey published in the Independent today shows that a quarter of British adults now walk for less than nine minutes a day - including time spent getting round the shops and to work.

Anne Milton announced a review of the cost of the milk scheme

Return of the milk snatchers? Government accused of targeting under-fives for cuts

Campaigners warn that any cap on costs might leave providers unable to afford to maintain scheme

Howard Jacobson: Put down that iPhone and act like a human

OK. This is the week in which we get a few things straight. Regarding Diane Abbott. She who lives by the tweet shall die by the tweet. As for saying sorry, the word is now discredited. And as for the imputed racism... well, speaking for ourselves, we have been called far worse names than Diane Abbott called us.

Tim Walker: Why must Ed make a Tweet of himself?

Presumably the Labour intern responsible for the Miliband (E) Twitter account is 22 years old, and has never heard of Blockbusters

Ed Miliband in 'Blackbusters' blunder

Labour's Twitter woes continued today as Ed Miliband led tributes to television host Bob Holness - but mistakenly called him the presenter of "Blackbusters".

Jamie Oliver - The former Naked Chef was already a household name in 2005 when he began his “Feed Me Better” campaign to improve the quality of school meals. Millions watched his crusade to reduce the salt content in meals, while politicians fell over themselves to be associated with the campaign and endorse his proposals. The long term benefits were less clear: demand for school meals fell in some areas after the programme was broadcast as parents instead made
their children packed lunches

New year, a new obesity plan from Westminster

Ainsley Harriott is the latest celebrity chef hired to improve the nation's diet. So does he have the recipe for success? Jeremy Laurance finds out

Alcohol diseases double in 7 years

The Health Minister Andrew Lansley was forced to defend his controversial "hands off" approach to public health yesterday as new figures revealed hospital admissions for alcohol-related diseases have doubled in the past seven years.

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