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The American model-turned-chef fighting food waste in Britain

telegraph.co.uk > food-and-drink > features

...A strange dichotomy, thinks chef and former model Max La Manna, given that many models also find work in food."... ...Now 33, La Manna grew up in Connecticut and moved to New York after starting modelling, post-college, when he was 21.... ...While his face was plastered all over the billboards of New York's Times Square in campaigns for Abercrombie & Fitch, Hollister, Jack Wills and appearing... ...In between his sparky vegan recipe videos, fans have followed his travels from New York to Los Angeles and now to South London, where he has made...

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Labour are on the verge of winning a seat from the SNP

telegraph.co.uk > news

...Margaret Ferrier, the MP for Rutherglen, on Glasgow's south east border, has been recommended for a 30-day suspension from the House of Commons following... ...He has had less than an auspicious start to his new job as First Minister, but it is entirely possible that Humza Yousaf is about to face his first... ...accused of not sharing local anger at Ferrier, especially since the SNP have made much hay with the accusations against Boris Johnson for similar... ...If they wanted to maximise their own chances, they would copy Labour's tactics in Peterborough in 2019, when Fiona Onasanya, the Labour MP, was suspended...

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Tetris, review: Taron Egerton biopic is heaven for gaming geeks

telegraph.co.uk > films

...But did you know Robert Maxwell wrongly assumed he owned the console rights, or that a Dutch programmer called Henk Rogers came within a hair's breadth... ...of KGB imprisonment for trying to compete?.... ...A salesman called Robert Stein (Toby Jones) fudged the global rights deal he first signed, and "sold" chunks of the rights to Maxwell's Mirrorsoft... ...It turns out he was swindled, along with the Soviet state, which owned the game that downtrodden designer Alexey Pajitnov (Nikita Yefremov) devised...

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'Trans day of vengeance" protest to hit Washington in wake of ...

telegraph.co.uk > world-news

...Nashville.The Trans Radical Activist Network (TRAN) plans to demonstrate outside the US Supreme Court in Washington on Saturday in response to "... ...Twitter is banning images of a poster for a "Trans Day of Vengeance" rally amid fears it is inciting "violence" in the wake of a mass shooting in... ...Headteacher Katherine Koonce, 60, Cynthia Peak, 61, a substitute teacher, and Mike Hill, 61, a custodian, and nine-year-olds Evelyn Dieckhaus, William... ...Kinney, and Hallie Scruggs were all killed in the attack.'...

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How Starbucks lost ground in the coffee wars

telegraph.co.uk > business

...We hope to benefit from the pub culture in the UK to make Starbucks a natural meeting place for people," then-international president Howard Behar... ...When Starbucks first set its sights on Britain, the Seattle coffee shop aimed to become the new local."... ...Half of Starbucks" future growth is predicated on China," says Nick Setyan, restaurant industry analyst at Wedbush Securities... ...Starbucks" weakness has always been its food," says Jonathan De Mello, founder of JDM Retail....

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The British have never been good Europeans - and rightly so

telegraph.co.uk > news

...Britain is one of the largest contributors to services like Netflix with hits such as The Crown, Doctor Who and Peaky Blinders watched across the... ...Brussels is considering removing the UK from the list of countries that streaming giants can use to meet EU quotas for "European" TV shows.... ...Until then, the only EU flag I can remember seeing in the heart of London, on Piccadilly, actually belongs (for it still flies) to the Maltese High... ...The idea that the United Kingdom can be European before Brexit but then loses its European identity exposes some of the contradictions deep within...

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The best gardens to visit over the bank holiday weekend

telegraph.co.uk > gardening

...The message of hope embedded in the Christian festival is complemented by a similar message in gardens.... ...Plant growth begins to surge in spring, creating a mood of celebration that is hard to miss Credit: Judi Lion Add to all of this the fact that the... ..., Marie Curie and Hospice UK.To discover all the gardens participating in the scheme, go to the website at ngs.org.uk....

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'Green Day" winners and losers: what it means for your money

telegraph.co.uk > money > consumer-affairs

...This would involve slashing the rates paid for electricity and could save bill payers more than £100 a year, according to Energy Secretary Grant ... ...Shapps.Experts said households that have already taken steps to electrify their homes via heat pumps, solar panels and batteries, will likely see...

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Inside the plot to save gas guzzlers from the net zero scrap heap

telegraph.co.uk > business

...allowed to manufacture cars that use so-called e-fuels, which are a greener alternative to petrol and diesel.The decision raised hopes that the UK... ...Sam Akehurst, research director at the Institute of Advanced Automotive Propulsion Systems and a professor at the University of Bath, said the industry... ...Andy Palmer, the former boss of Aston Martin, says e-fuels also have a role to play in making the car industry greener.Electric car adoption is limited...

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15 fantastic family-friendly festivals for summer

telegraph.co.uk > family > life

...We held space rocks at Bluedot, sang to a pink robot during the Flaming Lips at Womad, danced in butterfly wings to Peggy Gou during a Wilderness... ...sunset, and grew sweetly sleepy listening to Indian night songs beneath a shimmering moon (Luke Jerram's installation at Womad).The cost of living... ...and DJ Rob da Bank.... ...The main bill features Interpol, Anna Calvi, Beth Orton and Pretenders.Go luxe: bell tents have access to a pamper suiteStandard camping: £187.25...

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