High-energy drinks may cause a wide range of health risks to children, yet at the moment there is nothing to stop under-16s drinking as much as they like. Caroline Lindsay looks at the issue.
To try and combat the obesity epidemic the UK Government is in talks with supermarkets to end multibuy and buy-one-get-one-free deals on fatty foods and fizzy drinks. Caroline Lindsay asks: can we legislate against temptation?
2013 is the 170th anniversary of the first Christmas card ever sent. But as Christmas e-cards increase in popularity in this digital age, Caroline Lindsay asks: does this mean the traditional Christmas card is dying out?
The stories of eight million First World War soldiers are to be published online to mark the centenary of the war’s outbreak.
As the housing industry pushes for a rethink of Home Reports, Caroline Lindsay discovers it’s time for some home truths.
She may be regarded as one of the most divisive figures in the history of British politics but as Baroness Thatcher is laid to rest today, one of her closest working partners reveals how it was still harder to watch Dundee United than it was to give advice to the woman known as the Iron Lady.
Some of the world’s biggest names in fashion and fame gathered in New York under a tartan banner.