The Breast Cancer Campaign has been slammed by scientists for allowing Aussie wine maker BRL Hardy to use the charity’s name in an advertising campaign to promote the consumption of alcohol - a known risk factor in developing the disease.
The Breast Cancer Campaign is receiving more than £50,000 from the wine company for allowing it to put the charity’s logo on bottles.

Extra large sizes of junk food and treats such as portion sized ice creams should be banned to help reduce the number of deaths from heart attacks, strokes and obesity, according to a leading heart specialist.
At a Royal Society of Medicine conference in London, Malcolm Law called on ministers to force food companies to reduce the size of their bumper portions. Making chocolate bars and other processed foods 20% smaller could stem the tide of coronary disease, he said.