Breastfeeding for six months "cuts the risk of dying from cancer by 10%"

Breastfeeding for six months 'cuts the risk of dying from cancer by 10%'Six months of breastfeeding your child cuts risk of dying from all cancers Women who breastfeed also 17 per cent less likely to die from a heart attack By Jenny Hope PUBLISHED: 00:38 GMT, 27 March 2013 | UPDATED: 02:17 GMT, 27 March 2013 Safer: A woman who breastfeeds her child is 10 per cent less likely to die from any from of cancer Women who breastfeed for six months reduce their risk of dying from all cancers by 10 per cent, researchers say. They also cut their chances of death from heart attacks and strokes by 17 per cent

RBS traders joked about fixing lending rates in exchange for sex and sushi, landing bank with 400million fine

'It’s up and down like a whore’s drawers!' RBS trader’s boast as he fixed bank lending ratesVince Cable wants power to grant loans back in hands of bank managersBusiness Secretary calling for action to reverse decline in lending to SMEsWill demand banks publish details of how much and where they lendCable is due to make a speech at Bloomberg offices in central London bonus and long-term incentive shares.

Pub landlord vanishes with 30,000 Christmas fund and is last seen on boat to France

Pub landlord vanishes with 30,000 Christmas fund and is last seen on boat to France | UPDATED: 16:09 GMT, 15 December 2012 Malcolm Levesconte, 59, was due to return from St Malo last Monday but officers do not believe he boarded the ship to return A pub landlord who disappeared with almost 30,000 collected in a Christmas thrift fund for his 60 customers was today at the centre of an international manhunt.

Founder of 370m collapsed hedge fund charged with raft of fraud charges

Founder of 370m collapsed hedge fund charged with raft of fraud charges | UPDATED: 18:12 GMT, 14 December 2012 The founder of a hedge fund, which left investors millions of dollars out of pocket when it collapsed, has been charged with a host of fraud offences. Magnus Peterson, the founding director of $600million (370 million) hedge fund Weavering Capital, was charged with two offences of false accounting, one offence of fraudulent trading, one offence of fraud by abuse of position and two offences of forgery.