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Two in five adults are not getting enough exercise to stay healthy as they underestimate the amount needed to keep fit, new data has shown.
Adults under 65 should do at least 150 minutes of moderate intensity exercise, such as cycling or swimming, every week, according to sustainable transport charity Sustrans.
Activities to strengthen muscles, like yoga, should also be practiced twice-a-week in order to stay fit.
Of the 2,000 people quizzed as part of the poll, women emerged as more aware of the health benefits of a robust exercise regime.
Shadow work and pensions secretary Rachel Reeves said the extent of the delay to the Government's introduction of Universal Credit was set out in data released by the Office for Budget Responsibility (OBR) alongside the Chancellor's Autumn Statement.
David Cameron and Iain Duncan Smith repeatedly promised to deliver their flagship policy 'on time and within budget'. That claim, and the credibility they staked on it, now lie in tatters.
– Shadow work and pensions secretary Rachel Reeves
For months on end the Government have tried to avoid answering questions about Universal Credit but these OBR figures tell the truth of how (they) have broken their promises on a spectacular scale.
They have been forced to admit that they have completely missed their targets and Universal Credit will not now be rolled out before the election. David Cameron and Iain Duncan Smith are presiding over a complete mess and it is taxpayers who are picking up the bill with at least one hundred million pounds of their money written off.
Australia beat England by 218 runs to take a 2-0 lead in the Ashes series in Adelaide.
Britons should stop complaining about foreign migrants who come to the UK for work, a former head of Marks & Spencer has said.
Sir Stuart Rose, now the chairman of online supermarket Ocado, said it was not fair to blame to eastern Europeans if they were "prepared" to come to the UK to work for less than the British.
He told Sky News' Murnaghan show: "I'm a free market economist, we operate in a free market. If these people want to come here, and work the hours they are prepared to work for the wages they are prepared to work for, then so be it.
"It's up to people to decide what they want to do. I think there are a lot of people who complain about their lot. Life is tough for everybody at times.
"I know people will look at me and 'It's alright for you' but I started off with pretty well nothing, I did a lot of menial jobs when I was young."
Iain Duncan Smith is to be grilled by MPs over the scale of delays to the Government's flagship welfare reform - Universal Credit.
The Work and Pensions Secretary - who will appear before the Commons committee today - has admitted the 2017 target for the full introduction of Universal Credit is set to be missed - with around 700,000 claimants facing a longer wait.
But Labour said official figures showed that only a tiny fraction of the numbers due to be using the new system by the time of the next general election would be transferred on time.
Only a "handful" of the promised 1.7 million would be switched by 2014/15 and only 400,000 by the following year - less than 10% of the original target, the Opposition said.
Boxing champion Vitaly Klitschko told the crowd of anti-government demonstrators in Kiev that their protests must remain peaceful.
"We do not want to be kept quiet by a policeman's truncheon," he said.
Mr Klitschko, the leader of the opposition Udar (Punch) party, is increasingly seen as a national leader-in-waiting.
Addressing the anti-government protests in Ukraine's capital of Kiev, he demanded the release of political prisoners, the resignation of the government and early elections.
"This is a decisive moment when all Ukrainians have gathered here because they don't want to live in a country where corruption rules and where there is no justice," the leader of the opposition Udar (Punch) party said.
The start of the week will be warmer with temperatures reaching 13 degrees in Scotland and 10 in the rest of the country.
Northwest remains wet and wind, otherwise mostly dry.
Child poverty in the UK has fallen to 27 per cent, its lowest rate for almost 25 years, a report by the Joseph Rowntree Foundation found.
The report says that since the early 1990s, the total number of people in poverty has barely changed.
However, the mix of pensioners, working-age adults and children living bellow the poverty line has changed dramatically.
While pensioner poverty is now at one third of its level in the late 1980s, the number of working-age adults without dependent children living in poverty is now 20 per cent.
This is the highest in at least 30 years.
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