Trading Standards officials have stopped a new drink, 97.7 percent of which comes from cow from being called milk or having any dairy style name. Northern Dairies, which produces the drink, cannot even put a picture of a cow on the carton. Marketing manager Alex Robinson said, "We wanted to call it semi-skimmed milk but we were stopped by the milk marketing rules. They said we'd been misleading people that it came from a cow. In the end we replaced the picture of cows with a couple of churns. If they ask, we'll say the farmer keeps his potatoes in them".
A father and son have been rescued from the River Foss in the early hours of this morning. Police were urgently called to reports of screaming coming from the River Foss near the castle car park where they found two men, waist deep in water, holding take-away food above their heads. Radio York