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If you were inventing a restaurant to promote London's scene it would, surely, be this: Korean street food in Hoxton. It's got in-flight magazine article all over it: "Visitors to London will love this edgy eatery." Shudder.

Party Of The Week: Literati celebrate a well-versed winner

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Seven tips for dealing with debt

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Bread sauce

Serves 8

Come to a sticky end: Skye Gyngell's gooey and comforting winter-fruit desserts

Come mid-December, the variety of fruit on offer seems to reduce to not much more than citrus. But that's no problem; these winter fruits are beautiful in both appearance and taste. Quinces, too, provide a succulent cold-weather treat. Apart from blood oranges, most citrus fruits need to be cooked to bring out their palatability and flavour and can be roasted whole, as shown on the previous page. The three recipes here are very easy to make and will add a sense of warmth to almost any meal when it's chilly outside.

Blood oranges with warm honey and rosemary

Serves 4

Matthew Norman: How about a supertax on Blair?

The ex-PM mirrors the bankers in seeming to be rewarded for poor judgement.

The world is winning the landmine war

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Captain Doug Beattie: Those who have never been in Helmand give their view, but the soldiers are silent

It is absolutely clear that the campaign in Afghanistan, and in particular Helmand province, isn't fully understood by the UK population. They are force-fed a diet of soldiers dying in a faraway country for a cause they don't understand or believe in, without clear aims or even proper equipment.

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Smoked haddock baked potato

Serves 4

Carter's off-colour All Blacks still too strong for England

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My life in travel: Angela Griffin, actress and television presenter

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Rooney steps up but rest look out of step

"Have I toyed with the idea of making Wayne Rooney captain?" Sir Alex Ferguson settled into his armchair and considered the question. "Toyed is a good word, but I don't think he's ready."

Extra millions for baby units denied

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