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Former builder has spent the past 23 years receiving round-the-clock care with only a tiny degree of movement in his right arm
Chef might be too busy to pop over, but his food rules, says Lisa Markwell.
The Liverpool Care Pathway (LCP), a technique used to alleviate suffering in the final stages of a person’s life, is to be phased out following a review that heard hospital staff wrongly interpreted its guidance, leading to claims of patients who were drugged and deprived of liquids.
A farm with literary connections near Coniston Water has been converted into a self-catering let
It may not be a barbecue summer as yet - but who needs an excuse to tuck into a juicy patty? Try one of these for size.
Customer told by supervisor that fish was too slippery to fillet
'A teacher taught me that cooking is like yoga'
United States of Television: America in Primetime, Sat, BBC2
My earliest food memory
Our chef marks the start of British Sandwich Week with some adventurous toppings that are a world away from the average high-street sandwich bar.
If you thought the British high street had cleaned up its act when it came to falsely advertised meat, think again.
In The Royal Ballet’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, a late switch of heroines makes less difference than you’d think. On opening night, Sarah Lamb stepped in for an indisposed Lauren Cuthbertson – a dancer who has suffered more than her share of illness, missing several high-profile performances in the past few months. Lamb is a perky Alice, but Christopher Wheeldon’s 2011 ballet is more about dazzling illusions than about his heroine.
A London primary school has been feeding Muslim children sausages containing pork DNA.