The NFU misleadingly claims a plague of flea beetles will devastate the oilseed rape harvest and wants to use banned neonicotinoid pesticides again.
RISK AND REWARD
Why Ros Altmann’s arrival as pensions minister suggests an overly-optimistic approach to retirement income even by Tory standards.
A judge strikes out Northern Rock’s attempts to force a 45-year-old widow and her two children out of their home after the death of her husband.
Despite evidence that UK brass plate companies are used for illicit arms deals, not one was de-registered by the government between 2010 and 2015.
Past problems on the nuclear-powered submarine Astute suggest claims of dangerous conditions on Trident subs should not be dismissed out of hand.
Music festival organisers who went bust last year without paying their traders ‘phoenix’ the company and are back in business again this year.
With a staff crisis at the dairy, managers of Botton village throw away 1,100 litres of milk, shut the creamery and send disabled workers home.
Revelations about a bullet fragment raise serious questions about botched inquiries over 20 years into the deaths four recruits at Deepcut barracks.
LOST FOR WORDS
Two sisters’ investigating their mother’s death at an Essex hospital fall victim to a possible fraud involving Walthamstow coroner’s court.
WORLD OF HYPER-GLAECEMIA
AB Sugar’s Making Sense of Sugar campaign stars a dietician with a PR business and a lot of conflicts of interest in the food industry.