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Monday, 8 October 2012

Monday, October 8, 2012
Nigella's fans could be forgiven for struggling to understand how the cooking queen keeps her wrap-dress body so happily curvy, while making up desserts such as the ice-cream brioche sandwich (as recently demonstrated in her new Italian-inspired cooking series Nigellissima).

However, since returning from the States late last month, Ms Lawson has been posting Twitter pics that hint at a new focus on portion and carb control.

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Diane Abbott: Hunt's Abortion Statements Are About Politics, Not Medicine
Miller, Hunt, May et al have all chosen to talk about women's reproductive rights on the eve of Tory Party conference. This is about politics not medicine. These statements are a deliberate attempt to appeal to that wing of the Tory right which is obsessed with rolling back women's rights over their own bodies.
Elaine Pendlebury: Tackling the Growing Problem of Pet Obesity
Sadly pet obesity is now one of the major issues affecting pet health in the UK. It's often unrecognised by pet owners, who may not notice gradual weight gain, or may simply regard a chubby pet as cuddly and well-fed. Yet, as with us humans, obesity is linked to serious problems such as arthritis, diabetes, heart disease and a shorter life expectancy.
Craig Purshouse: Miller, Hunt and the Irrelevance of Viability to the Abortion Debate
Debating the science of when a foetus is viable rather than the relevance of viability itself implicitly accepts that a late-stage foetus's claim on existence outweighs the mother's right to bodily autonomy.
Kate Holmes: Welsh Autumn, Jimmy Saville, Private Education
All this Jimmy Saville press is making me feel very uneasy. I had a dinner with Alan, my new husband at Chequers just after Blair came to power and straight after the infamous No 10 cocktail Party. I was seated in between Mr Saville and Judy Dench.

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