Ian Knight

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Fake news requires us to re-examine how we teach truth in the classroom

I wish I’d kept a better diary of my first few weeks at Cambridge. Not particularly for the benefit of remembering the things that I was doing, but rather, to commit to memory some of the most embarrassing posturing I encountered in fresher’s week.<p>See, imposter syndrome is a plague that can strike …

Labour now third most popular party among working class voters, poll reveals

Labour is now the third most popular party among working class voters, a new poll has revealed, as the party faces a close-run battle with Ukip to hold on to one of its key seats in the north.<p>Research undertaken by YouGov found that Labour ranks behind Ukip and the Conservatives among lower-income …

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T' Neyt Affoar Christmas



From @MattChorley. It is extremely hard to see how MPs could disregard the referendum result. So take heart Brexiteers, all is not lost. https://t.co/3v2A8ctRgS

The fry-up is back: how to cook the perfect full English breakfast

Put on your aprons and whip out your frying pans; the Great British fry-up is enjoying a renaissance in kitchens across the UK. So far this year, we’ve eaten 10 per cent more fried breakfasts than last year, fresh sausage sales are up by 5.9 per cent and egg consumption at breakfast is up by 18 per …


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Virgin Money brushes aside Brexit vote concerns

Virgin Money has become the latest to lender to brush aside concerns the Brexit vote has rocked the banking sector, despite imposing tighter restrictions on credit cards as a precaution in the wake of the EU referendum.<p>Net mortgage lending by the challenger bank jumped 33pc to £3.5bn between the …

Is your fridge all wrong? The secrets of food organisation

Why you should banish tomatoes, onions and eggs from your fridge - and store champagne there instead<p>Did you know peaches, plums, and pears, emit a gas that makes vegetables go rotten? And that eggs can absorb odours?<p>If you're finding your grocery haul isn't stretching quite as far as it should, …

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Never put your champagne in the fridge - and 10 other foods you're storing wrong

Storing champagne and other sparkling wines in the fridge could be altering the taste according to new advice.<p>Speaking to the Huffington Post, Moët & Chandon's wine quality manager Marie-Christine Osselin revealed that when champagne ins stored in the fridge for a significant amount of time, its …

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Is this how to make the perfect cup of tea?

Does the milk go in first, or after? The British Standards Institution believes it has the answer to a historic debate<p>Britain is a nation of tea lovers, but on one great question, we stand divided: do you put the milk in first, or last?<p>The answer to the question may lie with the <b>British Standards</b> …

Scottish landowner tops EU farm subsidy list with £3 million per year

A Scottish land owner claimed nearly £3 million in farming subsidies from the European Union last year – more than anyone else in the UK.<p>Frank Smart, who owns land near the village of Banchory in Aberdeenshire, received the funds under the controversial Common Agricultural Policy (CAP).<p>The policy …

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The EU's federalists are heading for defeat. Britain must be ready to pick up the pieces

It was a common gripe in Brussels before June 23. The EU, everyone understood, was at a standstill. Everything was mired in a timetable ruled by one point: before the referendum and after the referendum.<p>If only the problem child, Britain, would get its stupid vote out of the way, the officials …