UK Has The Lowest Breast-Feeding Rates In The World With Formula Nutrition Claims Potentially Being False

By April Norris

Scientists from Imperial College London have said that marketing rules need to be stricter to prevent false claims being made. These assertions say formula milk increases brain, eye and nervous system development as well as heightening the immune system.  Continue reading “UK Has The Lowest Breast-Feeding Rates In The World With Formula Nutrition Claims Potentially Being False”

Teacher union pleased with parents’ support for strikes

By Haitham Khayyat

Education union leaders in Essex say they are pleased with the level of support parents have given to striking teachers this week.

“There is a lot of support from parents for this action,” said Steve Townshend, an official of the North East Essex branch of the National Education Union. “The government is very unpopular. If the disruption continues they are aware that they will lose votes at the next election. Continue reading “Teacher union pleased with parents’ support for strikes”