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David Cameron and Barack Obama host a barbecue for US and British veterans in the Rose Garden in Downing Street.

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Whatever cries ring round the terraces at Conference outfit Forest Green Rovers next season, it's unlikely to be "Who ate all the pies?", as the club's vegan chairman, Dale Vince, has banned the selling of meat products at the ground, after imposing a similar matchday prohibition on the players.

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Record December at McDonald's UK

McDonald's UK posted record sales of more than £200m in December, despite the snow. The fast-food giant said its UK like-for-like sales were higher than the 3.4 per cent growth it delivered across Europe in the three months to 31 December.

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McDonald's today hailed a record year in the UK as the fast food giant reported a 9% rise in worldwide profits during 2010.

Seductive lure of Carsten Höller's living wonderland

Twelve castrated male reindeer, 12 canaries, reindeer urine, fly agaric mushrooms and two houseflies of indeterminate sex. So reads the list of materials used in Carsten Höller's latest exhibition, SOMA, at the Hamburger Bahnhof museum in Berlin.

Supersize worker sues McDonald's

A Brazilian court ruled this week that McDonald's must pay a former franchise manager $17,500 (£11,200) because he gained 65lb while working there for 12 years.

The definitive burger

Serves 4

Harriet Walker: Fried cheese and burgers - Fashion Week food is not what you'd think

As this week's Paris collections herald the final push for the fashion crowd (which has already been stationed in New York, London and Milan), there'll be a collective sigh of relief from those fashion foodies desperate to escape the carousel of canapés and vol-au-vents. Not because they're avoiding solids, you understand, but because they've glutted themselves on them.

Private equity set to feast on Burger King

The fast food giant Burger King is thought to be in talks with private equity firms after hoisting the for-sale sign above its global restaurants.

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