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Conservative halve Labour’s poll lead

Editor-At-Large: Let adult fatties eat themselves to death. The kids we can save

If the Government really wants to tackle obesity, it should channel all its resources into getting the young fit and healthy

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At the height of the Cold War, Ninette de Valois, the founder of the Royal Ballet, set up a ballet company on Soviet Russia's doorstep. The Istanbul State Ballet Company and the Ankara State Ballet Company are the descendants of Valois's Turkish State Ballet, and they made their first visit to London as part of the Royal Ballet's anniversary.

Ethical shopping bears fruit for fair-trade farmers

The fair trade movement has been brewing since the late 1980s when Mexican farmers rallied against the collapse of coffee prices and formed a co-operative. Now, it seems the ethical cup runneth over.

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Simon Calder: The Man Who Pays His Way

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Rind of the times

It's the most traditional of pub snacks. But now the sandwich chain Pret a Manger want to sell pork scratchings to the Atkins generation. Will it work? Caroline Stacey samples the evidence

Enodis warns of tougher US trading

McDonald's to sell organic milk

Work: How much do you really earn?

You work to make money, but after you've forked out for travel, tights and lashings of cappuccino, just how much is left? The answer may surprise you, says HESTER LACEY

Real Style: Spare us the Aga dramas

After `Cold Feet', stand by for a whole spate of new programmes for thirtysomethings. Enough, says MICHAEL COLLINS

If you're on the street, you need more than soup

`It's just the kind of paternalistic rot that reminds one of Thatcher's drive for Britain to return to Victorian values'

Who's the food mogul sitting at the top table?

Market leaders pick their market leader;

Junior doctors undecided after considering deal

JUNIOR DOCTORS yesterday refused to accept a new deal offered by the government aimed at cutting their hours and improving their working conditions.

Eating out: Belting it out

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Fashion: It's not over. It's a wrap

Those who like their fashion hot say the pashmina is OUT. The rest of us can form a queue outside M&S. By Rebecca Lowthorpe; Photographer: Robert Fairer Stylist: Lucie Kearney
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