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A midwife made claims that breast milk can be ‘as bad as cola’ while she was being interviewed on air by at home expert Lorraine Kelly.
 GMTV received complaints to media regulator Ofcom after midwife Clare Byam-Cook made the remark recently. She is quoted as saying: ‘Breast milk beyond the age of two isn't necessarily good because it's very, very sweet. The fact that it's breast milk does ...

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TRIAL AND ERROR

Happy endings are part and parcel of the TV makeover programme - but there are always lessons to be learned, as MELISSA PORTER reveals in an exclusive interview. There seems to be no end of TV programmes dedicated to making our lives, pleasanter, sweeter, fulfilled and richer. While we watch in fascination as everything from faces to floorboards are lifted and happy endings are de riguer, Melissa Porter arr ...

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A STRAIGHT TALKIN’ MAN

Making the right overseas property purchase means approaching it in the right frame of mind. Here SCOTT HUGGINS offer his exclusive tips on how to get the right deal. HE'S the man in the know - and for those about to spend on a foreignproperty he is a handy partner to have - but just how did Scott Huggins get in the position to help all those aspiring overseas homeowners? "It's the old story," sai ...

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NEW LIFE NEW WORLD

Moving abroad permanently is a huge but potentially rewarding step. How you cope is down to you and your planning. Like the explorers of old not a lot is achieved without hard graft, perseverance and a little dash of daring. The days of the Empire may be long gone but that doesn't mean Brits are no moving abroad to live, work and play. As business becomes more international so working lives have changed and ...

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Focus on Dubai

Investment & Relocation Voted as one of the world 's best holiday destinations and recognised as the gateway to the Gulf, Dubai is located at the crossroads between the East and the West, with scenic beauty, a modern infrastructure and a vibrant lifestyle. It draws over four million visitors each year.   It has been a civil-engineering miracle turning this 25-mile coastal strip of desert in the Uni ...

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THE GOLDEN YEARS

Foreign shores are tempting more and more of those who retire to sellup and move - but what does it mean to them in terms of their pensionsrights and welfare contributions? FOR many people the reward for a lifetime of work is retirement - thatchance to be free to do what you want, when you want, where you want. And over the next 10 years a staggering 2.3 million people are expectedto pack up and head off ov ...

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FOCUS ON SPAIN

The most recent figures reveal that 25 per cent of purchasers of new homes are Brits and a trawl through the Internet will show there are dozens of agents with Spanish homes on their books. You can even go to the high street where estate agents specialising in overseas property have suddenly started to spring up. What it means is that there are a lot of people with experience of buying and selling in Spain. ...

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LOVE’S LABOURS LOST

You've had the holiday - now you want the job - but working abroad requires a different mindset and a careful study of the rules and regulations. We're going, going, gone at such a rate that the thousands of English people becoming expats can't all be retired. In fact more of us are packing up and heading abroad for a completely new life - we're talking homes, schools and jobs. And it is the job that is the ...

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TRIAL AND ERROR

Happy endings are part and parcel of the TV makeover programme - but there are always lessons to be learned, as MELISSA PORTER reveals in an exclusive interview. There seems to be no end of TV programmes dedicated to making our lives, pleasanter, sweeter, fulfilled and richer. While we watch in fascination as everything from faces to floorboards are lifted and happy endings are de riguer, Melissa Porter arr ...

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LIFE IN THE FAST LANE

How Melissa Porter turned five minutes of video fame into a career. Here she EXCLUSIVLY reveals how she went from Marks and Spencer's to get her own new life via Men and Motors. Even in the world of TV, to go from Men and Motors to advising people on how to start a new life abroad seems like a quantum leap. But then Melissa Porter is not one for letting the grass grow under herfeet. She graduated from Manch ...

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