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‘Stop taking photos of our food’ plead French chefs

A group of French chefs have criticised diners for taking photos of their food….24 hours after eating it.

Chef Aleandre Goutier complained that diners at his restaurant in Paris were taking snap-shots of last night’s food just moments after defecating.

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Posted: Feb 25th, 2014
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London Boroughs placed on amber flood alert as more rain forecast

The London Boroughs of Kensington and Chelsea have been issued with an amber flood alert after a puddle was spotted forming on a patch of grass in Kensington Palace Gardens.

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Posted: Feb 9th, 2014
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‘No lasting damage done in Somerset’ says thankful Environment Minister

Owen Patterson’s valet claims it took him nearly an hour to polish the Environment Minister’s brogues following his recent visit to the Somerset flood plains.
The valet told the Commons Expense Claims Committee that it took the best part of a £1.40 tin of Kiwi light-tan shoe polish to restore the brogues to their former glory.

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Posted: Jan 30th, 2014
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Labour to introduce breakdown cover for teachers

Under a Labour government teachers would be required to take out annual breakdown cover in order to work in English state schools, announced Shadow education secretary Tristram Hunt yesterday.

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Posted: Jan 12th, 2014
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Australian cricket facing match fixing probe

The Australian cricket team has denied allegations of match fixing after beating England by just 281 runs at the SCG.

President Alan Isaac said the ICC take such allegations very seriously and will be looking into why it took Australia nearly three days to beat the current England side.

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Posted: Jan 7th, 2014
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