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Wednesday 29 May 2013
Despite the dire spring weather, Irn-Bru's maker AG Barr pushed up sales in a flat soft drinks market and yesterday said it was still keen to push on with a merger with its rival Britvic.
Wednesday 22 May 2013
Britvic shares fizzed up 10 per cent today as the City warmed to some decent profits and plans for cost cuts of £30 million that will see the loss of hundreds of jobs.
Sunday 19 May 2013
Ever since Sir Terry Wogan handed over the baton in 2009, there has never been any doubt that Graham Norton and the Eurovision Song Contest are a perfect match. Making his fifth appearance as BBC 1’s resident commentator – this year in the Swedish city of Malmo – Norton once again played the role of mischievous gatecrasher, taking delicious aim at the array of hopefuls, presenters and merry idiots on Saturday night.
Sunday 05 May 2013
1. Mushroom Crochet Pouf
Thursday 25 April 2013
Western lifestyles blamed as one in 20 UK adults now thought to suffer from the disease
Wednesday 24 April 2013
The 42-year-old is a shareholder and has been the club's director of sports development since October
Friday 19 April 2013
They're gross, says Eleanor Doughty, and they make you feel bad
Tuesday 02 April 2013
A police detective has pleaded guilty to poisoning a colleague, a court official said.
We're foiling 7/7-size plot every year, says counter-terror chief as he warns of rise in smaller groups
Thursday 21 March 2013
Counter-terror teams are foiling a plot as big as the July 7 attacks every year, a senior police officer has revealed.
Thursday 07 March 2013
Sugar will be replaced with Stevia as part of Coca-Cola's anti-obesity drive
Sunday 03 March 2013
A welcome addition to Barcelona's B&Bs offers elegance and style in one of the city's oldest districts, says Sarah Gordon
Wednesday 20 February 2013
As a status symbol, you might not think that something that keeps your leftovers at a steady temperature would be much cop. Sports cars are a more traditional social signifier (not least of someone trying to convince their peers that they have an enormous… amount of money), as are regular holidays and the resultant tans. But for hundreds of years, having a way to keep food cool, and thus prolong its edibility, was far more show-offy than a supercar.
Crazy in love with fizzy drinks: Why sugar tax (or a burping Beyoncé) is needed to break the addiction
Thursday 31 January 2013
One in four British men and women are obese - and we're all paying for it
Wednesday 23 January 2013
Bubbling demand for Britvic's fizzy drinks including Pepsi and 7Up in the UK helped its revenues rise 4.8 per cent to £303.2m in the three months to today.
- 1 Diary of Second World War German teenager reveals young lives untroubled by Nazi Holocaust in wartime Berlin
- 2 Bosses of collapsed banks should be sent to jail, banking standards commission tells George Osborne
- 3 Breaking the Silence: In the reality of occupation, there are no Palestinian civilians – only potential terrorists
- 4 Uri Geller psychic spy? The spoon-bender's secret life as a Mossad and CIA agent revealed
- 5 Vice pulls 'breathtakingly tasteless' fashion shoot glorifying the suicides of famous female authors from Sylvia Plath to Virginia Woolf