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Batches of cold medicines for babies and toddlers which have been recalled after a manufacturing fault are:
- Tixylix Toddler Syrup 100ml PL 00030/0150
- Tixylix Toddler Syrup 150ml PL 00030/0150
- Tixylix Baby Syrup 100ml PL 00030/0150
- Tixylix Blackcurrant Flavour Syrup 100ml PL 00030/0150
- Tixylix Chesty Cough 100ml PL 00030/0082
Prosecutor Jane Carpenter asked Elisabetta Grillo: "Is it your evidence that Ms Lawson has lied to the court?"
She replied: "Yes."
"And Mr Saatchi?"
"And you're the one telling the truth?"
"And the other PAs, have they lied as well?"
Rises in food prices are leaving pensioners "worse off", Peter and Margaret Scott from Hull told Daybreak, after new research published today suggested that that 1.5 million over 65s in the UK are now living in food poverty.
In response to pension increases, Mr Scott said: "The government says you're better off, well you're not better off, you're worse off".
One of the personal assistants accused of defrauding Nigella Lawson and Charles Saatchi has accused the former couple of lying under oath as she gave evidence in her trial.
Elisabetta Grillo, 41, also said that other personal assistants called to give evidence had lied in court.
Manufacturer Novartis alerted officials to a possible fault in the manufacturing process of the seal that might have resulted in small pieces of plastic being found in the liquid medicines.
– Adam Burgess, the MHRA's head of Defective Medicines Reporting Centre.
This is a precautionary recall and there is currently no evidence that people have had any problems with these medicines.
If people have bought Tixylix we ask that they check the batch number on the bottle label next to the expiry date to see if it is one of the batches being recalled.
If anyone has an affected batch they should return it to the place of purchase for a refund.
If people do have any questions they can contact Novartis on 0800 854 100.
Two people are dead after a giant boulder rolled straight through a house in the US state of Utah last night.
The rock slide happened just before 5pm local time in the town of Rockville and left the property littered with large boulders.
Utah Police Chief Kurt Wright said officers "conducted a search of the house ... to see if possibly someone was still alive or still buried and we found nothing."
Wright said the slide was caused by the constant freezing and thawing of the rocks due to the low temperatures and excessive snow the region has seen this season.
Cold medicines for babies and toddlers have been recalled after a manufacturing fault may have led to small pieces of plastic contaminating some batches, health officials have said.
A number of Tixylix medicines, including some for toddlers and babies, have been recalled by the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA).
While no adverse effects have yet been noted in people who have taken the drugs, the health watchdog has issued a "precautionary" recall.
A police officer has admitted punching a nightclub doorman in the face and telling him to "go back to where he came from". Pc James Balneaves, 29, with the Metropolitan Police, pleaded guilty at Westminster Magistrates' Court yesterday to racially aggravated common assault, Scotland Yard said.
Balneaves, a constable in Brent, was on a night out on October 19 when he attempted to enter the Opal Bar nightclub in Embankment, London.
He is due to be sentenced at Westminster Magistrates' Court on December 23
Detectives from West Yorkshire Police have appealed for information in connection with the death of a baby boy in Halifax.
– Detective superintendent Simon Beldon
We are in the very early stages of our investigation but following initial inquiries have arrested two women in connection with the death of a baby boy from Halifax.
I would urge anyone who thinks they could have information that may be beneficial to our ongoing inquiries to call our protective services department on 101 or give information anonymously to Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.