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Jamie Oliver Takes On Global Obesity Crisis

TV chef and healthy eating campaigner Jamie Oliver has launched a petition calling for improved food education in schools around the world.

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Tory Grandee 'Puzzled' By Cameron's Two-Term Vow

Tory grandee Malcolm Rifkind says he is "puzzled" by David Cameron's declaration that he will only serve two terms as Prime Minister.

Man Arrested Over Six-Year-Old Girl's Kidnap

A man has been arrested over the alleged abduction of a six-year-old girl who went missing in Burnley.

Meningitis B Vaccine Deal 'Will Save Lives'

A potentially life-saving vaccine against meningitis B will soon be available to all babies in the UK after a long stand-off over the cost.

One In Five Primary School Girls 'On A Diet'

The body confidence of young girls deteriorates rapidly as they progress through school, according to new research.

Explicit IS Exhibition Branded 'Grotesque'

A crime museum has opened with a graphic exhibition of the horrific crimes of the Islamic State terror group.

Clarkson Row: BBC Boss 'Sent Death Threats'

Police are investigating allegations of threats to kill BBC director general Tony Hall, reportedly linked to his decision to drop presenter Jeremy Clarkson from Top Gear.

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William Set To Train As Air Ambulance Pilot

Prince William has started work with the company operating the East Anglian Air Ambulance - and will fly rescue missions this summer.

Black Cab Driver Jailed For Sexual Assaults

A black cab driver has been jailed for 10 years after he admitted sexually assaulting young women as he drove them home from nights out.

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