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The spices on the quail left my tastebuds buzzing like hornets

This GM breakthrough could be the first of many

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Outside Line in money on Saatchi deal

The co-founders of digital and social-media agency Outside Line cashed in today by selling to advertising giant Saatchi & Saatchi for an estimated £8m.

Royal babies: There ought to be a law against it

As soon as the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge announced they were expecting, Nick Clegg said the coalition would amend the law of succession, to allow the child to be third in line to the throne, regardless of its gender. It is far from the only archaic law that some say should be done away with. Here are 10 other legal curiosities, which according to the Law Commission's statute repeals team, make it illegal to:

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Shaken, not twirled: Bond star bows out of Strictly

James Bond star Colin Salmon has become the latest contestant to leave Strictly Come Dancing.

Hot-smoked salmon, beetroot salad and horseradish crème fraîche, by Raymond Blanc

Hot-smoked salmon, beetroot salad and horseradish crème fraîche

Ingredients to serve 4

Redwing Bar & Dining, Church Road, Lympstone, Exmouth, Devon

Does Redwing have what it takes to be the restaurant Lympstone needs?

Cast away: Getting hooked on fishing requires persistence

Stephen Bayley: Compliments for angling? Not after my run-ins with rivers

Fishing? An excuse to travel to some purpose! To engage in something primal as opposed to the tinselly snares and trashy delusions of urban daily life. And an approach to the countryside, urgently needed in my case, with a meditative aspect.

Lisa Markwell: With so much choice, why would anyone feel they had to go to M&S?

Be brave, ditch cheap embellishments and scary patterns and go utterly plain
Concrete jungles: a still from 'Ill Manors'

Plan B's Ill Manors: Mean streets at the movies

The rapper-come-director's new film explores the urban tensions that led to last summer's riots – and he's not the only one finding cinematic inspiration in social unrest

Simon Kelner: Bring on the bread and circuses – and the hypocrites

At the start of the week, my colleague Yasmin Alibhai-Brown was characteristically forthright in her antipathy towards the Jubilee. Not for her a union jack plate, some bunting and a street party.

A hearty fish soup

Ingredients to serve 4-5

Salmon with spring vegetables

Salmon with spring vegetables

Serves 4

Salmon Fishing in the Yemen (12A)

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