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04/08/2010

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53 minutes
First broadcast:
Wednesday 04 August 2010

Julian Worricker speaks to Greg Peterson the UK Managing Director of Kellogg's.

We find out what happened to government plans to get fast food chains to display calorie counts on menus and in store.

BBC Local Government correspondent Greg Wood has the latest from around the country on what councils are cutting where.

And in the latest in our series on jargon we turn to superfoods. Does the use of terms like 'free-radicals', 'anti-oxidants', 'vita-nutrients' and 'glucosinolates' make you more likely to part with your money?

Chapters

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  • Liberty Orders

    The story of one man whose autistic son is the subject of a Deprivation of Liberty Order. What are they? How they are administered? And what happens when they go wrong?

  • Face The Facts Legal Aid

    The Legal Services Commission administers legal aid payments but many legal firms say changes made to the way they’re paid mean they can’t do their jobs properly any more.

  • Guide dog discrimination

    Peter White reports on the hotels that guide dog owners claim are breaking the law by refusing to allow accompanied guide dogs to stay.

  • Superfoods

    In the latest in our series on jargon Simon Parkes turn to superfoods and investigates free-radical’ fighting ‘anti-oxidants’ and ‘vita-nutrients’.

  • Council cuts

    The latest from Greg Wood our local government correspondent on the different ways public bodies are trying to cut spending including voluntary redundancies in the Channel Islands.

  • Kellogg's

    Julian talks to Greg Peterson the UK Managing Director of Kellogg’s UK marketing and Sales.

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