Lucozade Sport ad campaign banned for claiming drink hydrates better than water

Advertising Standards Authority said ads failed to make it clear benefits would only be achieved during periods of prolonged exercise

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Market Report: Burberry does it in style and hits a high

Traders don’t usually pay attention to London Fashion Week but one of its stars was à la mode yesterday in the City. The British brand Burberry was feted by HSBC’s luxury experts who added it to their Super Ten Portfolio and said “its digital  vision sets the group apart.”

Japanese clinch £1.35bn Ribena and Lucozade buy from GlaxoSmithKline

The drinks are made in the UK at a factory in Coleford, Gloucestershire, which employs around 500 staff

Japanese set to grab Glaxo drinks

Japan's Suntory drinks group is set to buy the historic Lucozade and Ribena brands from GlaxoSmithKline for about £1.5bn.

Glaxo review could see it sell Ribena and Lucozade

GlaxoSmithKline could sell Lucozade and Ribena after Britain’s biggest pharmaceuticals firm today set out plans for a “strategic review” of the drinks brands.

Police child protection officer 'spiked Lucozade with screenwash because people kept stealing it'

A Metropolitan police child protection officer has been charged after allegedly spiking a bottle of Lucozade with screenwash.

GSK's boost in Nigeria and India

Britain's biggest drugs maker, GlaxoSmithKline (GSK), yesterday raised its stake in its Nigerian and Indian consumer healthcare units as part of boss Sir Andrew Witty's attempt to shift it away from "white pills in Western markets".

Woman dies at Linkin Park concert after Lucozade advertising tower collapses

A woman has died and 19 people were injured after an advertising tower outside a Linkin Park concert collapsed in strong winds last night.

District Judge Tan Ikram

On 16 June we referred to District Judge Tan Ikram as "the judge who sent a teenage girl to jail for eight months for stealing a bottle of Lucozade and a bag of sweets".

Being Modern: Energy drinks

They carry slogans such as "Unleash the beast", "Bigger, better, faster, stronger", "No half measures" and "Have you got what it takes?" They have names such as Mad Dog, Relentless, AMP and Monster. No extreme-sport event or edgy rock festival is complete without their sponsorship and, according to a recent report by Mintel, almost three-quarters of 16- to 24-year-olds rely on them to keep them going. Currently, the energy-drinks market is worth more than £1bn in the UK alone.

Lucozade and Irn-Bru to carry hyperactivity warnings

The makers of two of Britain's best-selling soft drinks, Lucozade and Irn-Bru, have been forced to warn parents that the drinks may cause hyperactivity. A newly introduced EU law compels both drinks to display a warning that they contain artificial colours linked to behavioural problems in young children.

Indian man 'strangled wife with cord'

An Indian policeman gripped by jealousy strangled his young wife just two weeks after he arrived in Britain to live with her, a court heard today.

For the record: 11/05/2009

"That it is possible to charge for content on the web is obvious from the Wall Street Journal's experience." Rupert Murdoch paves the way for his British papers to start doing the same.

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