Environment A baby northern gannet stands next to one of its parents

The first “world championship” for eating pickled baby gannets, known as “guga”, has sparked new calls for a total ban on the Hebridean tradition of hunting chicks by clubbing  them with sticks.

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100-seater The Clink promises 'unforgettable experience' at Brixton jail

Morrissey has pulled his autobiography

Morrissey axes autobiography over disagreement with publishers

The singer has pulled his book due to a 'last-minute content disagreement'

Gordon Ramsay's shows make a real difference...unlike The Great British Bake Off

While it’s fair to say that Gordon is a bit of a jerk, at least he goes out into the real world and helps people through his programmes

Bake Off judges Mary Berry and Paul Hollywood

Bake Off judge Mary Berry: I hate Gordon Ramsay's TV shows

The Great British Bake Off star Mary Berry has condemned much of TV for being "violent and cruel" and revealed that she "hates" Gordon Ramsay's shows.

Bradley Cooper will reportedly receive cooking lessons from Gordon Ramsay for his next film 'Chef'

Gordon Ramsay goes from Kitchen Nightmare to Hollywood? He will teach Bradley Cooper to cook for upcoming film Chef (and will make a cameo)

Gordon Ramsay will reportedly give Hollywood star Bradley Cooper a “crash course in cookery” for his role in the upcoming film Chef.

MasterChef 2013 finalists (from left to right): Larkin Cen, Natalie Coleman and Dale Williams

Meet the MasterChef 2013 finalists: Larkin, Natalie and Dale spill the beans on judges John Torode and Gregg Wallace

The finalists talk food influences, embarrassing moments and future plans

Marcus Wareing, chef

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The culinary world’s Simon Cowell?

Marco Schiavetta behind the counter at the Regency Café

No reservations, no celebrity chefs: greasy spoon outshines Michelin-starred restaurants

The Regency Café has been named as one of the UK's best places to dine out

David Beckham plays his final match with LA Galaxy, would you want to see the footballer return to the Premier League?

Beckham has played his final game for LA Galaxy this weekend, now many are speculating what's next for the world-famous footballer.

Baby Boom: 'This Is 40' is Judd Apatow's sequel to 'Knocked Up'

Baby boom! Scriptwriters spawn a rash of films about children

Children are the in subject for scriptwriters this year

Personal details of race participants appear online

The personal details of thousands of runners, possibly including politicians and celebrities, were made available to the public yesterday after a security breach on the London Marathon website.

Simon Kelner: A barbaric delicacy that is rightly beyond the pale

It is difficult to imagine these days, but, not very long ago, people would deposit litter on the streets without care or reproach, dog mess would be left on the pavement, and smokers would strike up without any consideration for their fellow citizens.

Gordon Ramsay is spat out by his Canadian restaurant

Gordon Ramsay's first and only restaurant in Canada has severed its ties with the chef, ditching his name from its title and ripping up its contract after claiming he was not devoting enough time to the venture.

Marcus Wareing is the chef/patron of Marcus Wareing At The Berkeley

My Life In Food: Marcus Wareing

Marcus Wareing is the chef/patron of Marcus Wareing At The Berkeley. Having trained alongside Albert Roux, he went on to work as Gordon Ramsay's sous chef and then as his partner in L'Oranger in 1996. He opened the Gilbert Scott restaurant at the St Pancras Hotel in 2011.

Bee hives are run by schools and groups across London, such as Sir John Cass's Foundation Primary School

Next stop, the Olympics: Urban farmers are digging for eco-victory

Not since the war has growing food been so popular with 'townies', and many are now turning their hobby into a business

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If fashion is a cycle, this young man knows just how to ride it

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Number plates scheme could provide a licence to offend in the land of the free

Licence to offend in the land of the free

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Robert Parker interview

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