Most meat alternatives contain ‘excessive’ amounts of salt, study says

A high number of plant-based burgers, sausages, meatballs, and more failed to meet the government’s salt reduction targets

The ‘betrayal’ that could kill Britain’s railway romance

The romance of rail travel has seduced many travelers over the years. Sitting in a train as it slips quietly out of a city, along tunnels and viaducts, sneaking glimpses of people's backyards before rolling into open countryside is one of life's true pleasures.

The Bigger Picture – An Investor’s Perspective On Medtech Opportunities

Dr Fiona Pathiraja moved from radiology to management consultancy and now runs a specialist Healthtech investment fund. As she tells Trevor Clawson, there is an appetite for innovation but startups who understand the established health pathways have a distinct advantage

At least 2 dead as Storm Arwen thrashes UK

At least two people are reported to have died as Britain was battered by severe weather with winds reaching speeds of over 90 mph (144 km/h) in some areas.

Peng Shuai: WTA remains ‘deeply concerned’ about Chinese tennis star

The Women's Tennis Association (WTA) "remains deeply concerned" that Chinese tennis star Peng Shuai "is not free from censorship or coercion."