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This is why one in 10 British kids doesn’t eat meat

This is why one in 10 British kids doesn’t eat meat

According to a new survey by popular vegetarian food brand Linda McCartney, one in 10 British children are choosing to give up meat. With vegetarian and vegan options more widely available than ever before, it seems that schools are one place that seem to be falling behind when it comes to food options. Why are […]

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Pension credit is changing – here’s everything you need to know

Pension credit is changing – here’s everything you need to know

Pension credit is an essential benefit for older people who are struggling financially, however changes are being made which could make some individuals ineligible. The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) is making significant changes to pension credit which could mean that pensioners with younger partners can no longer receive the money. It could leave […]

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More Asda and Tesco cereal bars recalled over salmonella contamination fears

More Asda and Tesco cereal bars recalled over salmonella contamination fears

Asda and Tesco have urgently recalled batches of their own-brand cereal bars over fears the products may contain salmonella. Asda has warned customers who purchased the Cranberry and Nut, Peanut and Almond not to eat them, and Tesco has also recalled their Apricot, Almond and Yogurt Cereal Bars, due to the risk that they could […]

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Parents warned that baby walkers, jumpers and bouncers could leave infants ‘requiring surgery’

Parents warned that baby walkers, jumpers and bouncers could leave infants ‘requiring surgery’

Baby jumpers and walkers are common sights in households with toddlers all over the globe, but now parents are being warned that the exercise equipment could actually do more harm than good – potentially even leaving babies in need of surgery as a result. Experts have voiced concerns that the devices can stiffen babies’ legs […]

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Hollywood icon Doris Day dies, aged 97

Hollywood icon Doris Day dies, aged 97

Hollywood star Doris Day, an icon of early post-war cinema and one of the biggest female stars of all time, has died aged 97. The Doris Day Animal Foundation confirmed Day died on Monday (13 May) at her home in California. The foundation stated she was surrounded by close friends and “had been in excellent […]

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‘The threat to freedom of speech is on our doorstep’: David Dinsmore on why Journalism Matters

‘The threat to freedom of speech is on our doorstep’: David Dinsmore on why Journalism Matters

Today (Mon 13 May) marks the beginning of Journalism Matters week – part of a new campaign emphasising the vital role trusted news media journalism plays in our democratic society. Here, David Dinsmore (chairman of the News Media Association – the trade association for national, regional and local news media publishers) highlights the benefits of […]

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Frozen the Musical is looking for UK actors to audition – here’s how to apply

Frozen the Musical is looking for UK actors to audition – here’s how to apply

Hit film Frozen is getting the West End treatment, and a casting call for the musical has been rolled out across the UK. If you’re an aspiring actor and brilliant singer who dreams of performing in London’s iconic West End, now might be your time to shine. Which roles are being cast? The production is […]

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This is why your cup of tea could soon become much more expensive

This is why your cup of tea could soon become much more expensive

As a tea obsessed nation, we are more than partial to the odd cuppa here in Britain, but the cost of a brew could be soon be about to get a whole lot more expensive. The price of a box of teabags could be set to rise by up to 40 per cent due to […]

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This is why your cup of tea could soon become much more expensive

This is why your cup of tea could soon become much more expensive

As a tea obsessed nation, we are more than partial to the odd cuppa here in Britain, but the cost of a brew could be soon be about to get a whole lot more expensive. The price of a box of teabags could be set to rise by up to 40 per cent due to […]

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11 of the best sunscreens for babies, toddlers and children

11 of the best sunscreens for babies, toddlers and children

by Amy Burns While all of us welcome warmer weather, if the sun has got his hat on then it’s time to start reaching for your own hat, t-shirt and sunscreen. Everyone is at risk of skin damage from the sun but children are particularly vulnerable due to their sensitive skin – so it’s important […]

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