England prop ready for a mighty battle against Argentina as Corbisiero set to replace Vunipola
Cappuccino lovers are obsessive and latte drinkers are easy to please, according to Dr Ramani Durvasula
Study finds that average televised match has 111 visual references to alcohol per hour
The drinks are made in the UK at a factory in Coleford, Gloucestershire, which employs around 500 staff
Study spanning two decades and surveying 200,000 men and women suggests protective effect of caffeine
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It’s difficult for senior politicians to take a break abroad. David Cameron came under fire for jetting off to Ibiza for the weekend in the midst of a terror alert. Which made the first-day-of-holiday photo shoot all the more crucial.
Western lifestyles blamed as one in 20 UK adults now thought to suffer from the disease
Ethiopian bizarrely not selected for London overhauls Mutai in final miles for second win
Customers pay in advance for a coffee meant for someone who can’t afford one - it's a simple concept which should be introduced to coffee shops in the UK
Counter-terror teams are foiling a plot as big as the July 7 attacks every year, a senior police officer has revealed.
When Captain Catharina Bergsell poured herself her morning coffee at the Blekinge Air Force base in southern Sweden, she would often muse that it was a little on the murky side, but just put it down to the usual questionable quality of vending machine beverages.
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A Metropolitan police child protection officer has been charged after allegedly spiking a bottle of Lucozade with screenwash.
Safety myths that saw knives banned in kitchens and umbrellas banned in the rain have been debunked by the Government's health and safety watchdog.