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Live-streams of meals can attract viewers of thousands night after night - with audiences donating enough money for the host to live on

Who sat between Doubting Thomas and Peter the Rock?

EVEN AFTER 2,000 years or so of Biblical scholarship, there are many questions unanswered. For instance, I have met a few religious teachers and theologians and biblical experts in my time, and I have even met A N Wilson once or twice, and none of them could solve for me one of the big problems of the New Testament: what was the seating plan at the Last Supper?

My Favourite Restaurant: At home with friends

CHRISTIANE WUILLAMIE, the founder, chairman and chief executive of international financial services IT company CWB, visits the Royal China restaurant in London at least once a week.

Parents want schools to give breakfast

HARD-PRESSED PARENTS want schools to provide their children with dinner and breakfast as well as lunch, according to a poll published today.

The Week In Westminster: pounds 200 supper may land Twigg in soup

STEPHEN TWIGG, who won Enfield Southgate for labour from Michael Portillo, could be in danger of following Fiona Jones in the Newark election expenses fiasco. Mr Twigg appears to have started his re-election campaign in Southgate already, and runs the risk of making himself liable to incurring election expenses during the next two to three years.

Baby killed by `tired' doctor's error

A NEWBORN baby died because a tired doctor missed out a decimal point when prescribing a heart-slowing drug, an inquest was told yesterday.

Don't do it this way...

A fictional mother and daughter battle it out over the cello

film dead man's curve

Dan Rosen, writer of The Last Supper, adds a directing credit to his CV with this blackly comic thriller which unfurls like a Les Diaboliques for the Scream crowd.

Tories sing for their supper. (But what have they got against the River Cafe?)

IT IS ONE of London's more artistic salons; a home of New Labour political discourse, a favourite haunt of the wealthier chattering classes. Everything, in other words, that the ladies and gentlemen of the Conservative party conference would despise.

So which class do you look down on?

CAN YOU keep up? Now it transpires that most of us are working class. According to an ICM poll for the Today programme on Radio 4 yesterday more than half the population is keen on proclaiming its proletarian roots.

Comment: The hippy who made me swing for his supper

Utterly self-serving, the hippies used their ethic to scrounge off others and bully girls into bed

TOBIAS HILL: A BOOK THAT CHANGED ME

Where the Wild Things Are Maurice Sendak

On the floor: Why it's no fun being a smart girl

on the floor

The ethical reason that Jesus did not wear gloves

arguments for easter
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Air New Zealand's wizard in-flight video

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Pumpkin spice is the flavour of the month - but can you stomach the sweetness?

Pumpkin spice is the flavour of the month

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11 best sonic skincare brushes

11 best sonic skincare brushes

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Paul Scholes column: I'm not worried about Manchester United's defence - Chelsea test can be the making of Phil Jones and Marcos Rojo

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Frank Warren: Boxing has its problems but in all my time I've never seen a crooked fight

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