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Racing: Morris will finds Way

CANDY MORRIS, who was told by doctors she would never ride again when she almost lost her right leg in an accident last year, completed a miraculous comeback by winning on Kentavrus Way in the Reigate Selling Handicap at Lingfield on Saturday.

Sweet nothings

The makers of Love Heart sweets are swapping romance for abuse to attract male customers. A new brand abandons 'I Love You' for words such as 'weirdo' or 'nerd'.

No for Reg Jones

Plans to name a road Reg Jones Close after a local miner were rejected by Wansdyke district council. It said residents of Midsomer Norton, Avon - who say they prefer Wellow Brook Meadow - could choose a name. A proposal to name a street Ann Wilkinson Close, after a lollipop woman, was also rejected.

Sweets before sex

Women prefer chocolate to sex, according to a survey by Gallup. The researchers asked 1,000 people what they would be least willing to give up: 34 per cent said chocolate and under 30 per cent said sex. Nearly 50 per cent of men put sex first.

Letter: Boiled sweets for adults only

HOW INTERESTING to read that Alan Watkins agrees with Julian Critchley's opinion that the only safe pleasure for a Conservative MP is a bag of boiled sweets ('When a Tory is allowed adultery', 20 February).

Health Update: Sweet memories

'SMART' chocolate to feed the mind has been produced by a French confectionary company that claims it can improve the memory. 'Totus Memoire', it says, contains lecithin, a memory-enhancing ingredient. The chocolate, however, has yet to be tested in a proper clinical trial, according to a report in New Scientist.

Chewing gum ban curbs litter

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