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George Osborne appears to be crying and is seen wiping away a tear during the service

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Just when a large number of people had come to doubt it, it transpired that the Chancellor George Osborne is, in fact, human. A camera caught him at the funeral with tears in his eyes and a tear stain down his cheek.

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The spices on the quail left my tastebuds buzzing like hornets

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Rogers is chef-owner of the River Café in London. She co-founded the restaurant with the late Rose Gray, with whom she also wrote books (the million-selling River Café cookbooks) and shared a Michelin star. Although her protégés included Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall and Jamie Oliver, Rogers is not a trained chef herself. Last year Rogers was a finalist for Veuve Clicquot's Business Woman Award last year and now sits on the awards panel, which recognises successful female entrepreneurs worldwide.

Pop your colour: neon on the spring/summer catwalks courtesy of Simone Rocha for women

The brights on spring

There’s colour on the horizon for men and women this  season and fluorescent highlights are an easy way to bring a ray of sunshine to spring wardrobes

Sweet treat: Yorkshire pudding with ice-cream and marmalade

Ice-cream and marmalade

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Benjamin Netanyahu freezes ice-cream deal worth £2,000

Benjamin Netanyahu could get a chilly reception when he next addresses his household staff after cancelling an annual ice-cream order worth almost £2,000.

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Whether you're cooking up a storm or just blending a morning smoothie, we've got the right kit for the job.

Serve Mark's rhubarb triangle with ice-cream, clotted cream or whipped cream flavoured with vanilla, ginger or even a dash of Kingston Black cider brandy

The rhubarb triangle

Serves 4

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