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The Prime Minister was asked by radio host to prove he understands the living costs for ordinary voters
Miracle Of Medinah was the surprise winner of the Somerville Tattersall Stakes at Newmarket. The Mark Usher-trained colt made light work of his seven rivals on his first start over seven furlongs.
The truth is that the badger is being used as a scapegoat by both the dairy industry and the Government that's using flawed science as a justification for the cull
The television presenter and professional bikini-wearer Myleene Klass found out that serving breast milk to friends and family has a nasty side effect – that everyone in the media (yes, that includes me) rears up and starts banging on about it.
Most pregnant women are deficient in iodine, a mineral vital for cognitive development
Chinese artist Ai Weiwei has unveiled his latest work, a map of China made from baby formula tins, in response to fears surrounding milk safety in China.
In further evidence of the udder madness sweeping a food industry obsessed with innovation, cereal milk is becoming a thing. That is cereal-flavoured milk for those without access to a spoon or teeth.
The Milk Race, once a familiar summer staple of Britain’s sporting calendar, is to make a return after 20 years.
This fine selection of chocolate treats will leave you spoilt for choice, whether you're planning to spend £5 or £50
Whether you're hankering for some Stinking Bishop or partial to a slice of Cornish Yarg, home-grown varieties are causing a stink...
Save the Children has called for warnings on formula packaging to remind mothers that Breast is Best - but this would only make stressed mothers feel even more guilty
And, why David Hasselhoff is the perfect reader for bedtime stories
Stone Age people living in northern Europe were making cheese more than 7,000 years ago according to scientists who believe they have found the first direct evidence of dairy processing.
Thought the internet trend of planking was pointless? Students have now taken to 'milking' - and it's not leaving a sour taste.
The 'White Revolution' has been remarkble: India produces 17 per cent of the world's milk