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Posts Tagged ‘The Sunday Mirror’

Coca-Cola lobbies Irish health minister on sugar tax, FoIA reveals

A Freedom of Information investigation revealed Coca-Cola has been lobbying Ireland’s health minister James Reilly and  opposing a proposed sugar tax, The Sunday Times has reported.

The proposal aspires to combat obesity and generate revenue but representatives of the company …

‘Honour’ crimes on the rise

Figures released under the Freedom of Information Act have revealed for the first time the scale of ‘honour’ crimes in the UK, The Guardian and The Sunday Mirror report.

Data obtained by the Iranian and Kurdish Women’s Rights Organisation (IKWRO) …

MoD gave “utterly false” Christmas Island nuclear test results

Flight Lieutenant Joseph Pasquini has found huge discrepancies between the data he collected following the UK’s biggest nuclear test blast at Christmas Island in the Pacific on 28 April, 1958 and those those issued by the MoD and the Atomic …

David Cameron forced to answer questions over publicly funded flat refurbishment

David Cameron will be forced to reveal the expenditure on the lavish refurbishment of his bathroom according to the Information Commissioner’s ruling, the Daily Mail, the Herald, the Sunday Mirror, the Guardian and the Telegraph report.

The …