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    • A Love Letter to London

      Jamie

      A Love Letter to London

      London, I love you.

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    • The Coke Truck vs the Tooth Fairies

      Jamie

      The Coke Truck vs the Tooth Fairies

      What are your thoughts on the Coca Cola Christmas tour?

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    • Oxford gets Smart on Sugar!

      Jamie

      Oxford gets Smart on Sugar!

      Oxford United FC Saturday’s kick off at home to Northampton wouldn’t be the kind of place where you’d expect to see a new health campaign launching.

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    • Sugar Smart One Year On

      Jamie

      Sugar Smart One Year On

      Last year, Bristol committed to becoming ‘Sugar Smart’.

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    • FIRST COMPREHENSIVE REVIEW OF FOOD EDUCATION IN SCHOOLS FINDS HUGE DISPARITY IN STANDARDS

      Jamie

      FIRST COMPREHENSIVE REVIEW OF FOOD EDUCATION IN SCHOOLS FINDS HUGE DISPARITY IN STANDARDS

      Today, the AKO Foundation together with the Jamie Oliver Food Foundation reveal the results of the first comprehensive review of food education in English schools.

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    • Why Pesto May Be Packing A Salty Punch On Your Plate

      Jamie

      Why Pesto May Be Packing A Salty Punch On Your Plate

      Queen Mary University have completed a survey, looking at the salt content of pestos, and have written an article summarising their findings.

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    • VOTE FOR BETTER ADVERTISING!

      Jamie

      VOTE FOR BETTER ADVERTISING!

      Welsh MP Chris Bryant has won the House of Commons Ballot to bring forward his own bill and the chance to make a brand new LAW.

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    • We Can’t Ignore Obesity When The Going Gets Tough Politically

      Nutrition

      We Can’t Ignore Obesity When The Going Gets Tough Politically

      As we emerge from yet another election to face yet more political turmoil, with no Government majority, no clear plan for Brexit and the country seemingly more divided than ever, we could almost be forgiven for neglecting the top threat to the health of children in the UK today – their expanding waistlines.

      Source:

      huffington post uk

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    • Theresa May to abandon plans to scrap free school lunches

      School Meals

      Theresa May to abandon plans to scrap free school lunches

      The Conservatives will abandon plans to scrap free school meals in favour of free breakfasts.

      Source:

      i news

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    • We’ve saved school meals – AGAIN!

      School Meals

      We’ve saved school meals – AGAIN!

      I’m so proud of the parents, teachers, children, voters, and, the politicians unwilling to walk the line who’ve come together to save school lunches.

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    • Theresa May U-turns on scrapping free primary school meals

      Nutrition

      Theresa May U-turns on scrapping free primary school meals

      The flagship manifesto commitment will not be in Wednesday’s Queen’s Speech, as the Prime Minister battles to keep her government afloat.

      Source:

      independent

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    • Theresa May’s plans to axe free school meals ditched from Queen’s speech

      Nutrition

      Theresa May’s plans to axe free school meals ditched from Queen’s speech

      Theresa May’s plan to axe universal free school meals for four- to seven-year-olds has been dumped from the Queen’s Speech.

      Source:

      evening standard

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    • Theresa May forced to abandon free school lunch axe after failing to win Tory majority

      Nutrition

      Theresa May forced to abandon free school lunch axe after failing to win Tory majority

      Government sources say PM was forced to bin manifesto due to difficulty getting it through Parliament

      Source:

      the sun

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    • Free school lunches could be back on the menu

      School Meals

      Free school lunches could be back on the menu

      Will Theresa May U-turn and keep free school lunches for infant children?

      Source:

      The Times

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    The UK now joins Mexico, France and South Africa in implementing a tax on sugary drinks. In the UK, this will generate half a billion pounds that will go straight into schools, invested into sports and breakfast clubs. Jamie has welcomed the news about a levy on sugary drinks in the UK, but believes that this is only one part of a multi-layered solution to a complex obesity problem and hopes that this will be addressed in the UK Government’s childhood obesity strategy, due to be released in summer 2016. Read the answers to your questions on the sugary drinks tax here.

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