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Tuesday 04 March 2008
Its lavish dining rooms and Parisian delicacies have attracted French politicians, writers and artists for 200 years, but the gilded mirrors of Le Grand Véfour lost their lustre yesterday after the eatery was stripped of its prestigious third Michelin star. The restaurant, founded in 1785 and frequented by Victor Hugo, Jean-Paul Sartre and Simone de Beauvoir, is the only three-star establishment to have been downgraded in the revered food guide's latest edition.
Thursday 21 February 2008
The Health Minister Alan Johnson's latest big idea is that work is good for our health – and he is campaigning for what he calls our "sick note culture" to be turned into a "well note culture". As a soaraway slogan that doesn't even get past first base, but let's take a closer look at Mr Johnson's reasoning.
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