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The public health minister Caroline Flint blamed a general failure to eat "scary food" like fruit and vegetables.
And an Oxfordshire coroner ruled on Friday that the ITN reporter Terry Lloyd was unlawfully killed by US troops who shot at a minibus taking him for medical treatment near Basra in 2003.
President Bush said he did not consider "credible" research published on The Lancet's website saying that the occupation of Iraq had caused a "humanitarian emergency" and claimed 650,000 Iraqi lives.
His critics found all too credible claims by a former White House aide that the Bush administration wooed evangelical Christians for their votes but ridiculed "the nuts" behind their backs.
The Nobel committee wrongfooted the pundits by awarding the peace prize to the Bangladeshi economist Muhammad Yunus and the Grameen Bank which developed his concept of micro-credit to bring millions out of poverty by lending them money to start small businesses.