Sport Chris Tremlett, James Anderson and Stuart Broad train as rain prevents any play again in Hobart

England’s elaborate dietary demands in pursuit of the Ashes cooked up a hugely entertaining media storm. But they could not quite disguise the fact that the complete world stocks of pumpkin seed and goji berry bars or buckwheat pancake with probiotic yogurt and fresh berries – merely two of the tourists’ extensive list equating to a foodie’s heaven – will be unable to help if they cannot get on the park.

Norwich end Cullum talks

Norwich have broken off negotiations with billionaire Peter Cullum over a possible takeover of the Coca-Cola Championship club.

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The nation's favourite culinary author is cooking up another storm. Delia Smith's first book in four years, How to Cheat at Cooking, is already a best seller, despite the fact that it went on sale only yesterday. Pre-orders on Amazon have been higher than for recent tomes by Nigella Lawson and Jamie Oliver. There is a reason why Delia consistently outstrips her more glamorous rivals.

Philip Hensher: Why I always savour the taste of a good cookery book

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Svensson restores belief at Norwich

Norwich City 1 - Charlton Athletic 0

Why not leave school at 16?

Leaving school at this age did Julie Burchill, Richard Branson and Alan Sugar no harm at all. So why force a whole generation of eager young things to stay in class until 18?

Tait lacks Smith's conviction

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Delia dances in rain after Norwich draw

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London Pride helps cheer sales at Fuller pubs group

Fuller, Smith & Turner, the pubs group with a major presence in the City, has heralded an upsurge in drinking activity in London's financial district.

Charlton's head keeps tails up

Norwich City 2 Portsmouth 2

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