Pledge to ban 'liquid ecstasy'

A mother who lost her 21-year-old daughter to the legal party drug GBL has said that the Home Secretary Alan Johnson told her he is "committed" to banning the substance.

'Britain's fattest teen' pleads for funds to continue US treatment

A 16-year-old girl once dubbed Britain's fattest teen is to make a desperate plea for NHS funding to continue her successful weight loss programme in America.

Pandora: Lammy takes a break from his brief

Pandora very much hopes that David Lammy – MP and Mastermind contestant extraordinaire – hasn't ruffled too many Foreign Office feathers with his recent article in support of London's Tamil protests.

Millions wasted on food schemes as the rich-poor health gap grows

Short-term, headline-grabbing programmes have done little for the well-being of lower social classes

Whole foods suffers losses at London store

Whole Foods Market has laid bare the financial woes of its fledgling UK flagship store in London. In its first quarter, the world’s largest organic food retailer said its High Street Kensington store accounted for half of its 2 per cent drop in return on invested capital in stores less than two years old.

The Insider: Healthy eating is a snap with an electric steamer

Steaming is widely acknowledged as one of the healthiest ways to cook your vegetables. It keeps in many more nutrients than boiling, and is just as simple to do – especially if you invest in a purpose-made electric steamer.

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Icelandic giant gets more than five bids for the chain as chief executive ponders approach

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.

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'God slots' embrace the spirit of the age

Attracting audiences to religious programmes has always been a challenge. But an injection of reality television seems to be providing the answer. Sally Turner reports

Richard McCann: 'I can't forgive the Ripper for killing her'

The writer, now 36, was five when his mother, Wilma McCann, became the first victim of Peter Sutcliffe

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