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To his cost, ex-Glencore trader Andrew Kearns has found being hungover a sackable offence, but the liquid lunch shaped many a day in days gone by, says a wistful John Walsh

I'm a Celebrity 2013: Westlife boy band member Kian Egan

I'm A Celebrity 2013: Westlife's Kian Egan crowned king of the jungle

The Westlife singer beat fashion designer David Emanuel to claim the title

Easy money: the Sage payment app

Is a cashless society really on the cards?

The next wave of cash-free technology will see you paying for your plumber with a smartphone. Or will it, asks Chris Beanland?

The provisions made by Waitrose to check conditons with producers were insufficient

Is a Waitrose addiction really the wisest idea for a student?

It has a reputation for being an expensive way to shop. But is it worth it?

Great taste without guilt: Rare steak tataki

Rare steak tataki

Serves 4

It isn’t the most offensive entry into our occasional round-up of crimes against pizz

Hungry? Print a pepperoni pizza

Nasa is funding the development of printed food with an eye on the long-haul, long-stay space missions of the future

Five-minute memoir: Russ Litten recalls the day he saw his double in Prague

I know nobody in Prague, not a soul, which is one of the main reasons I decide to move there. The last person I expect to see is myself. I always thought that the Doppelgänger only existed in Edgar Allen Poe tales. But I see mine in Prague.

Saving grace: Salvaged floors and furniture in the sitting room at Querido B&B

B&B and Beyond: Querido B&B, Villa Crespo, Buenos Aires

The Villa Crespo district is on the up, with new delis, boutiques and this characterful B&B, says Sorrel Moseley-Williams

Who shrank all the pies? Greggs downsizes and puts prices up

Britain's biggest bakery chain has reduced the size of several savouries while puffing up prices months after forcing the Government to back down over the “pasty tax”.

Shia LaBeouf and Alec Baldwin had been due to appear together on Broadway in Orphans

Not 100% LaBeouf: Shia plagiarises apology note to Alec Baldwin

The trajectory of an A-list fall out rarely surprises. Star meets star, egos run out of sync, agents plant bitchy stories in the press. But this week - with the Shia LaBeouf and Alec Baldwin split - gossip watchers were treated to a bizarre twist in the old routine. First, a macho and apparently heartfelt apology posted on Twitter. Second, the revelation that this email was almost entirely cribbed from a 2009 essay in Esquire. Oops!

Shoulder of mutton with celery sauce

Shoulder of mutton with celery sauce

Serves 4

'It's just amazing how Libor fixing can make you that much money': Traders gleefully admitted rate fixing was 'cartel'

RBS traders gleefully admitted Libor setting had become a “cartel” as another raft of damning emails gave the reputation of the industry a fresh beating today.

Manuka Kitchen, 510 Fulham Road, London SW6

As foodies and health neurotics will tell you, manuka is a kind of super-honey, honey with magical healing properties. There was a buzz of excitement about it four years ago, when it was claimed that its antiviral and antibacterial wonderfulness meant it can heal flesh wounds: when you've finished spreading it on your toast you can smear it on your hurt finger. It comes from a single source – the bees that pollinate manuka trees in New Zealand's East Cape region – and costs a bloody fortune.

David Flatman: Signing Alex Corbisiero and his knee allows Saints to be flexible

From the Front Row: Gomarsall looked like Bilbo Baggins dressed up as Boy George

The sizzling secrets of a good steak

Know your cuts and your meat will be a treat, says Simon Usborne

David Flatman: It's official - abusing referees is bad for the game's health

From the Front Row: The referee gave him a red card. But what did White say? 'Sorry, sir'
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