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The chef driving Hungary’s food revolution

(CNN) — Hungary is not a country known for its cutting-edge cuisine, but rather its traditional meaty stews, creamy soups, plum dumplings and fried dough. So when Costes became the first Hungarian restaurant to be awarded a Michelin star in 2010, it marked a sea change in national dining habits, triggering a nationwide movement toward […]

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'Disproportionate' trawling of rape victims' phones and records investigated by watchdog

“Excessive and disproportionate” trawling of rape victims’ mobile phones and personal records by police is being investigated amid concerns it may stop women reporting crimes. The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) said it had received complaints from victims’ representatives and campaigners about the way information is being collected, handled and used. Police have been criticised for […]

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How to register to vote: A step-by-step guide in the event of a second Brexit referendum or general election

Satirist Armando Iannucci recently reminded his Twitter followers to ensure they are registered to vote. The creator of the political comedies The Thick of It, Veep and The Death of Stalin was anticipating the failure of Theresa May’s EU Withdrawal Agreement and the prospect of either a second “final say” referendum on Brexit or even a general election. […]

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