Last night's Horizon (BBC2) pitted the two best food types against each other in "Sugar vs Fat", a battle which – as I flounce towards a chubby middle age – I'm calling as a score draw. They're both brilliant.
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Thursday 11 March 1993
If British Aerospace is wise it will comply with the European Commission's ruling yesterday and repay the pounds 44.4m sweetener it received from the Government to buy Rover, plus interest, and close the door on a saga that has bedevilled the company for the past four years.
Thursday 10 December 1992
PRIVATE shareholders in Amstrad yesterday demanded that the company split the role of chairman and managing director.
Tuesday 11 August 1992
CONDUCTORS have in the past brought in the string section merely by raising their eyebrows. But Ian Watson should be able to better that. The cellists might have to watch for the slightest jerk of his intravenous drip, writes David Lister.
Wednesday 29 July 1992
BRITISH AEROSPACE shares continued their downward spiral yesterday as it emerged that the European Commission may demand not only the repayment of the pounds 44.4m sweetener the company received to buy Rover, but also interest on the sum.
Tuesday 28 July 1992
Sir: On 13 July, I visited the Science Museum in London with one of my students. One department was headed 'Food for thought'. Minerals, vitamins and fibres in food were explained and food containing them was exhibited.
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