The cereal company has been ordered to stop running the advert in its current format after health claims were found to lack specific evidence to back them up
Actor Denis Halligan explains what happens behind the scenes on Game of Thrones and how fans can become extras too
Academics at LSE analysed months of newspaper articles about the Labour leader
'You'll get better stuff: funnier, more varied, more interesting'
From tongue-in-cheek teasing, to passionate pleas for unity, how Europe's newspapers are marking referendum day
Newspaper's official support for Leave comes two days after sister publication urged its readers to vote Remain
There is global elite of wealthy people who use secret shell trusts to shuffle vast quantities of sometimes dirty money away from prying eyes
Union members have voted unanimously for action following allegations over 'unequal' pay grading whereby some journalists say they are receiving less pay and recognition for carrying out the same duties as staff on other channels
Home-made magazines are an increasingly popular, and commendably democratic, journalistic trend. Kashmira Gander takes a look between the covers
'I am an Egyptian, Muslim woman who waited until she was 29 to have sex and has been making up for lost time,' says Mona Eltahawy
Sales had fallen to the 40,000 mark - way short of the anticipated 200,000
President Obama and Larry Wilmore went all in...
Less than 0.5 per cent of journalists in the UK are Muslim. No wonders so many misleading stories make the cut
Obama had voiced criticism of Turkey's media clampdown
Regulator rules survey questions were 'ambiguous'
Constable left paralysed on one side and with a speech disorder