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A look at the rivalry between the two Premier League sides

Think outside the box: Skye Gyngell's pizza recipes

Too thick, too sweet, too salty: it's time to throw away that home-delivery menu and make crispy, thin and healthy pizza at home

Pizza with grilled radicchio and ricotta

Makes two pizzas

Investment Column: Autonomy proves worthy of its lofty rating

Domino's Pizza; Games Workshop

Two-apple pizza with walnuts

Ingredients to serve 8

Bottom bunk and pizza: Madoff's new life in jail

Bernard Madoff, once one of the most powerful men on Wall Street, now shares a cell with a 21-year-old drug offender and eats pizza cooked by a convicted paedophile, according to a new legal filing that offers an insight into the fraudster's prison life.

David Flatman: Rule of thumb: stick to pizza if you want a slice

View from the front row with Bath & England prop

Leading article: Turkey Twizzled

For a generation whose palates were educated on Turkey Twizzlers, school meals will never be the same again. From this week, every school canteen option must be a healthy one. Even if you choose pizza every day, it will be a more nutritious version, not the pizza of the past.

Could the revamped Pizza Hut finally be a serious rival to its more upper-crust competitors?

Pizza Hut, Kensington, 2 Kensington Church Street, London W8, tel: 020 376 1800

Second man charged over soldier murders

A 44-year-old man is to appear in court today charged with the murders of two soldiers and the attempted murder of six other people at a military base in Northern Ireland.

Sick of making bad decisions? Let the web make them for you

I'm sick of spending so much time making decisions, like what to eat for lunch or where to go on a date. So lately I've been outsourcing the process to a free new web service that is happy to do it for me.

Three killed in US pizzeria shooting

Three people were killed and seven others injured in a drive-by shooting outside a pizza restaurant where a motorcycle group was hosting an event, authorities in the Los Angeles area said today.

Album: The Zoe Rahman Trio, Live, (Manushi)

As if to exorcise Where Rivers Meet, an excellent album of Bengali tunes made with her reeds-playing brother Idris, pianist Zoe Rahman – who also plays with Jerry Dammers' Spatial AKA – gives us the full jazz-spec, recorded at Soho's Pizza Express.

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