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Chris Huhne, the Cabinet minister facing possible criminal charges for perverting the course of justice, has spent almost £1.3m on a new London home.

The Modern Pantry is renowned for its crisp, fresh produce and zingy flavours

The Modern Pantry, 47-48 St John’s Square, London, EC1

Our reviewer heads to freshly MBE'd Anna Hansen's The Modern Pantry

Another day, another killing

Two teenagers have been arrested after a man was fatally injured at a New Year's Eve party. The 42-year-old man was assaulted at a house in Hockwell Ring, Luton.

Time called on gastropubs

Last orders for metro foodies as hard times see a move back to the bar stool

Clubbers warned over ecstasy batch

Police today warned clubbers to beware of a potentially deadly batch of Ecstasy after two people were taken seriously ill at one nightclub over the weekend.

Mystery of the Wikifixer: who is the secret image-cleansing agent?

Someone has been cleaning up Wikipedia entries for the rich and powerful

How We Met: Anna Hansen & Fergus Henderson

'We were partial to the odd glass while working, but we've still got all our fingers'

The return of Clerkenwell Design Festival

Learn about the pressing issues in the design industry and new furniture ranges next week, says Annie Deakin

Derek Pain: Toasting a good stock performance from brewer

No Pain, No Gain

Michael Bywater: A national brand stuck in the 1920s

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Giant Robot, 45 Clerkenwell Road, London, EC1

Its name makes no sense and neither does its concept – so why are the beautiful people flocking to Giant Robot?

The soft sell: Is Beverage No 7 a drink worth staying sober for?

Fed up with binge-drinking Britain and realising that he was sinking into alcoholism, Peter Spanton set about creating the sort of soft drink he craved. The result: a sophisticated potion he calls Beverage No 7

It's hard to read these highbrow heisters

Shoplifting in bookshops is on the rise – and you'd be surprised at how literary the thieves' tastes are, says Anna Goodall

Be afraid. Janet's on the stump

In Islington South and Finsbury, former home of Tony Blair, the main parties have all chosen female candidates. Janet Street-Porter met them
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