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At his new restaurant at Kensington's Baglioni Hotel last week, Moreno Cedroni created a dazzling dish of cuttlefish lasagne with a vivid parsley sauce, finished with diced susci (an Italian take on sashimi) of cuttlefish and a dramatic drizzle of cuttlefish ink. Jean-Denis Le Bras, head chef of Michelin-starred Sketch, serves it as an appetiser briefly sautéed and chilled with diced red and green pepper, cucumber, courgettes, kaffir lime zest, sesame oil and toasted sesame seeds. Alyn Williams, at The Westbury, prepares cuttlefish cut like tagliatelle, marinated with celery seeds and oil, cooked quickly on a grill, then combined celery and radish.

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St John’s Night, Jermyn Street Theatre, London

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Parker Bowles (right) says of Tonks: 'He doesn't bore you with his opinions; he isn't a lecturer, a bully. He does have his own views, but he isn't confrontational at all, and I like that in him.'

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The lucky ones: A boat carrying 200 people from Libya arrives in Italy last year

One man out of 55 survives on lost boat

No one came to Libyan migrants' aid during 15 days in busy shipping channel

Cast away: Getting hooked on fishing requires persistence

Stephen Bayley: Compliments for angling? Not after my run-ins with rivers

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Jo-Wilfried Tsonga reaches quarter-finals after beating Mardy Fish at Wimbledon

Jo-Wilfried Tsonga overcame a one-set deficit and an injury scare to cruise past Mardy Fish and earn a quarter-final place at Wimbledon.

Dry rivers kill rare mussels

The best site for the freshwater pearl mussel – supposedly the reason Julius Caesar invaded Britain – has been seriously damaged by low flows in the Cumbrian river.

Ward so close in epic battle with Fish

Londoner James Ward played that familiar role of the British nearly man at Wimbledon as he was edged out by Mardy Fish in a five-set second-round thriller.

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The first seafood caught off Japan's Fukushima coastline since last year's nuclear disaster went on sale yesterday, but the offerings were limited to octopus and marine snails because of persisting fears about radiation.

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