For those of you who believe it is only our Government which is on its way to becoming a nanny state, I would like to draw your attention to plans in Germany to ban the seemingly inoffensive Kinder Surprise chocolate egg.
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Standard Life Healthcare has unveiled its plans to extend its business healthcare plan for SMEs to include large corporate firms.
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