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Thursday 26 March 2009
More than 20,000 red-shirted protesters ringed the Thai prime minister's office today, demanding the government resign and scoffing at its handout of cheques to millions of low-income workers as a buy off.
Monday 16 March 2009
Tuesday 17 February 2009
Buckets of chicken, pizza and burgers now dominate the menu for Britain's penny-watching consumers as the recession proves the UK is still a fast food nation.
Tuesday 17 February 2009
Friday 13 February 2009
American columnist Suzanne Finnamore was 40 when her husband walked out. With a young son to raise and a mortgage to pay, she decided to throw caution to the winds and write everything down.
Monday 24 November 2008
Thursday 20 November 2008
The Diary bows to no one in its admiration for the "naked chef", right, but is it possible that Jamie Oliver's sense of timing has gone awry? Fresh from a gruelling stint persuading the people of Rotherham to eat more healthily, Oliver's next venture will be in a slightly more glamorous location. He plans a trendy new eatery in Canary Wharf. Shame the once-bustling malls beneath Docklands' finest investment banks are now beginning to resemble the south Yorkshire industrial wastelands with which our favourite chef is now all too familiar.
Wednesday 06 August 2008
Wednesday 16 July 2008
Children are continuing to be targeted by junk food companies advertising their products over the internet or through "viral" promotions, despite a ban on television adverts promoting unhealthy food to the under-16s.
Tuesday 15 November 2005
Saturday 05 February 2005
Friday 04 February 2005
Wednesday 21 July 2004
With a casual wink and a cheeky smile, Kentucky Fried Chicken's founder, Colonel Harland Sanders has urged generations to sample his "secret recipe". Little did customers know that live birds were smashed against walls, spat on and tortured before being turned into Popcorn Chicken and Oven Roasted Twisters.
Friday 19 December 2003
Wednesday 29 October 2003
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