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England Under-21s celebrate after scoring in the 4-0 victory over San Marino

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New Zealand coach Mike Hesson fires warning to England

Black Caps' arrival this week has been hardly noticed in a summer dominated by the Ashes

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Flavour of the Cheltenham Festival

Restaurant Michael Nadra, 42 Gloucester Avenue, London NW1

This week's review comes with its own soundtrack – the bass-driven "I Shoulda Loved Ya", Narada Michael Walden's 1979 disco hit. Damn, that song is catchy. From the moment I booked a table at Restaurant Michael Nadra in Primrose Hill, it lodged as an earworm; I was still humming it while I waited for my guest in the restaurant's Martini bar.

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The seats are vast, matte-leather thrones, with infinite leg room and an arm-mounted control panel which allows you to summon a waiter

The Lounge, Odeon Whiteleys, Queensway, London W2

This isn't the first time, in the course of eating out for this column, that I've found myself spectating while a couple nearby has a full-blown, marriage-threatening row. But it's certainly the first time I've booked a ticket specifically to do so. This week's assignment sees me braving the new frontier of modern dining. I'm having supper in a luxury cinema, watching a Polanski movie from a huge leather seat while eating venison chilli and sipping a mojito. This is possibly the most middle-class thing I've ever done in my life.

Mele e Pere, 46 Brewer Street, London W1

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The issue of "broadband terrorism" remains virtually unchecked and on the rise among extreme right-wing groups

The Bargain Hunter: Clean up with Jetstorm

The ethical bathroom company Ecocamel has extended its Bargain Hunter exclusive discount on Jetstorm showerheads. Readers of this column now have until 13 June to visit Ecocamel.com and claim a 25 per cent reduction on the economical device by entering the code EC2 at the checkout. The Jetstorm, which usually sells for around £50 but thanks to this offer is available for just £37, could save you up 40 per cent on energy bills; that's around £240 a year based on a typical family of four.

Sprouting broccoli with pickled walnuts

Serves 1

The Restaurant at the Royal Academy, Burlington House, Piccadilly, London W1

The problem with the RA's new restaurant is the level of its ambition. Is it to be a scoff-and-refuel addition to a few hours of art consumption? Or a destination in its own right, a recommendable eaterie which happens to have an art gallery attached?

Brawn, 49 Columbia Road, London E2

Remember the fuss that London foodies and critics made about Terroirs when it opened just off the Strand in 2008. Everyone loved its wine-bar vibe, its groovy "sharing plates", and its indescribably smelly vacherin mont d'or, which ponged out the basement. Well, the owners have moved on. Brawn is a high-concept, low-overheads place in Columbia Road, home of the flower market, and is currently the trendiest eating-house in town.

The Bargain Hunter: Christmas deals

The passing of Bonfire Night marks a special point in the year – when I first feel able to utter the C-word that strikes terror into the heart of bargain-hunters everywhere: Christmas. As the thriftiest among us know, the earlier you start your shopping, the better deals you'll find, and this year will be no exception.

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