I'm A Celebrity 2013: Strictly's Vincent Simone and model Annabel Giles enter the jungle

I'm A Celebrity 2013: Strictly's Vincent Simone and model Annabel Giles join the jungle

Camp life for the celebrities will be shaken up by two new arrivals tonight

A woman has been arrested after she drove over her boyfriend three times because he refused to take her to McDonald's.

McDonald's trials custom-made burgers with 'Build Your Own Burger' on wall-mounted iPads

It’s a super-sized change that will send a collective rumble through the stomachs of fast-food lovers everywhere.

Once you are well set, there's nowhere better to bat than Australia

Ian Bell on the Ashes 2013-14: Australia will come at us hard, but we'll deal with that – and the nerves

View From The Middle: There is nothing more exciting than the first morning of an Ashes series

Model Abbey Clancy was among the victims of the Strictly theft on Saturday

Strictly Come Dancing contestants targeted by dressing room thieves

Phones, an iPad and jewellery were stolen during the Tower Ballroom show

Shining example: Dan Carter sports the cap he received for making his 100th Test appearance

Before Dylan Hartley departed England worked out what it takes to make the Kiwis blink

His eye an egg, Chris Robshaw convinced as the vanquished captain, but looking around the pitch at the close, having briefly led the best team in the world, there was vindication as well as the scars.

England's Stuart Broad bowls during day one of the tour match against the CA Invitational XI

The Ashes: Stuart Broad quickly hits stride but rival pacemen come up short

England still do not seem to know their Test team after frustrating day in the field

New yuzu fruit 'superfood' goes on sale in Waitrose

Juice from a Japanese citrus fruit hailed as the next superfood because of its level of vitamin C is to go on sale in UK supermarkets.

The princess and the frock: one-of-kind gowns

These one-of-a-kind gowns fit for a fairy tale are sure to go for a princely sum

Man about town: Everyone's a critic these days

Cooking in particular has got ever more competitive

Restaurant review: Padstow might belong to Rick Stein but Rock's top chef Nathan Outlaw operates by his own rules

Outlaw's at St Enodoc, St Enodoc Hotel, Rock Road, Rock, Cornwall

Miami vice: Richie Incognito (left) with his alleged victim Jonathan Martin

The Last Word: The danger of saying 'no' to having your bed urinated on

Rugby must beware of following NFL initiation rituals that left one player in a mental facility

Chris Tremlett, James Anderson and Stuart Broad train as rain prevents any play again in Hobart

The Ashes 2013-14: England will not go hungry but risk being undercooked as dietary demands are revealed

England’s elaborate dietary demands in pursuit of the Ashes cooked up a hugely entertaining media storm. But they could not quite disguise the fact that the complete world stocks of pumpkin seed and goji berry bars or buckwheat pancake with probiotic yogurt and fresh berries – merely two of the tourists’ extensive list equating to a foodie’s heaven – will be unable to help if they cannot get on the park.

Lap it up: Lima looking out across the Pacific

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Palaces and piscos in Peru's capital

Cauliflower, Treviso and caper salad

Cauliflower, Treviso and caper salad

Serves 4

Keep it simple: Roasted cauliflower with black garlic

Roasted cauliflower with black garlic

Serves 4-6

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