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The MP in question is part of the health select committee reviewing the proposal
From Professor Daniel Jurafsky's The Language of Food to Dr Marion Nestle's Soda Politics...
Obesity is a scourge of the Western world, with governments scrambling to defuse a health timebomb. Could a civic revolution in the US Midwest point the way forward?
But, you cry, what else can you give your child for breakfast? We don’t have time to be poaching eggs before the school run while simultaneously Pritt-sticking a forgotten class project
Tim Martin says that Oliver's actions will lead to the closure of more even more pubs across the UK
The earmarked sugar tax Oliver wants would raise £1bn for the NHS and nutritional education for primary schools
A sugar tax is not a silver bullet, but we are left with the impression that it remains the most effective weapon in the Government’s armoury
Adding wine to a dish is nothing new. But what about pouring in half a pint of ale? A growing gang of beer-loving cooks want us to hop to it, as Jamie Waters discovers
Introducing a 10p levy on soft drinks with added sugar across the entire city may be the chef's trickiest campaign yet
Young people spend more than any other age group on meals – much of it on fast food, thanks to a lack of cooking skills
The Health Secretary is appealing to junior doctors not to stage their first nationwide strike in more than three decades
They emphasise they had no idea their frontman was a paedophile
The nation has a new favourite celebrity chef and more of us are cooking from scratch
Want to carve the Sunday roast with the minimum of waste and time? We look at the knives and forks that can do the job
It may be the excuse long-suffering commuters have been waiting for, as new research suggests that working fewer hours each week can be good for your health, protect the environment and even boost the economy.