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The father of the Abortion Act has hit out at the growing "problem" of women having repeat terminations as an alternative to contraception. Lord Steel introduced the 1967 Bill which legalised the practice. The Daily Mail reports that he said it was "never the purpose" of his historic reform that thousands of women wou...
British Dental Health Foundation press release New consistent front-of-pack labelling on food products has been welcomed by the British Dental Health Foundation w...
John Woodcock said the independent report into the Care Quality Commission showed the regulator was not fit for purpose. "The independent report is so shocking an...
Anna Soubry said she was "delighted" with progress being made on food labelling. "We’re making huge strides and huge progress. I mean, we announced last autumn th...
Commenting on the announcement of new regulations for e-cigarettes, Christopher Snowdon, Head of Lifestyle Economics at the Institute of Economic Affairs, said: "...
The marketing of all nicotine-containing products (NCPs), including electronic cigarettes, must be regulated, the medicines watchdog has ordered. At the moment el...
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