The best events to celebrate English Wine Week

English Wine Week 2018 is a national campaign, set to celebrate English wine across the country. Commencing over the Spring Bank Holiday, from May 26 until June 3, it’s the perfect excuse to visit a vineyard — and to sample a glass or two yourself.  The English Wine Producers website lists over 50 events, so chances are there’s a vineyard…

Cornish pasties, saffron buns and a proper Sunday roast: chef Paul Ainsworth’s Padstow picks

Paul Ainsworth is chef-patron at Paul Ainsworth at Number 6 in Padstow, Cornwall. The Georgian townhouse restaurant champions Cornish produce, and was awarded a Michelin star in 2013. He and his wife Emma also offer homely Italian cooking at Rojano’s in the Square. If you’re after the full experience, check out their hotel accommodation at Padstow Townhouse,…

Victors, Oxford, restaurant review: ‘It’s designed to look good — so long as you don’t look too closely’

«Ah, Baudelaire!” sighs Uncle Monty in Withnail & I, “Brings back such memories of Oxford.” Monty, a noted aesthete (“I happen to think the cauliflower more beautiful than the rose”), is presumably recalling the city of dreaming spires in its prelapsarian state, before the chokehold of the one-way system and the dismal reign of the Park…

Most restaurant diners want calorie counts on the menu

Most diners wants to be told the calorie count of restaurant meals, new polling suggests. The survey carried out for Diabetes UK found six in ten adults said they would be more likely to choose a venue if it’s menus provided such details. Almost as many said they would prefer restaurants and cafes which offered…

Tasting the flavours of Asia at the National Gallery Singapore

Back in 1988, the Victoria and Albert Museum in London embarked on an ad campaign in which it described itself as “an ace caff with quite a nice museum attached”. How museum catering has moved on! No longer content with mere cafés, the world’s great public collections are increasingly opening restaurants worthy of — and…

Finding love with a prosthetic leg is tough – which is why I went on First Dates

Dating is hard. Finding a potential partner in the 21st century takes a lot of effort – endless swiping on dating apps, days of pointless back and forth messages; and when you finally decide someone’s worth a couple of hours of your life, finding a suitable time and place around your busy schedules is a nightmare. Afterwards, with commitment seemingly…

Just Eat passes 400m UK orders after swallowing Hungryhouse

Online takeaway website Just Eat has passed 400m UK orders after swallowing its rival Hungryhouse. Orders from UK customers rose nearly a quarter to 29.7m in the first three months of 2018 helped by the 1.4m transactions from its recent acquisition. The strong UK performance was matched by its international division, which saw orders rise 46pc…

Restaurant fined for making black diners pay before eating

A Canadian human rights tribunal has ruled that a restaurant discriminated against black customers by ordering them to pay for their meal in advance. Hong Shing Chinese Restaurant, in Toronto’s Chinatown, was ordered to pay C$10,000 (£5,700) to Emile Wickham, who brought the complaint after trying to get a late-night dinner with friends to celebrate…

Restaurant ceiling falls in on customers leaving six people injured

A group of six women were injured when a ceiling collapsed at an Indian restaurant. Firefighters were called to Sizzling Palate restaurant in Bolton, Grtr Mancs., at around 10.30pm on Saturday evening . The incident was also attended by Greater Manchester Police who stayed at the scene for around an hour before leaving. Five women…

Summer social: 30 alternative dates for your diary

If you don’t have a badge for Ascot’s Royal Enclosure, fear not. The British summer season is less stuffy and more accessible these days – the It crowd is as likely to be seen partying at Wilderness in Oxfordshire, or camping at the Rock Oyster Festival in Cornwall as watching the Wimbledon singles final. “Contemporary…

The Old Post Office, Margate, restaurant review: ‘For confident, good-looking, box-ticking food… stick to the carte’

To Margate in April, and I hear, albeit faintly, a collective wave of sighs exhaled: “Really, must we?” And I appreciate that the home of Dreamland and the Turner Contemporary with its lonesome Antony Gormley braced against the tides, not to mention the Old Town’s diverse retail opportunities (strong on Nineties “vintage” sportswear, old vinyl,…

Should diners really pay extra for parmesan, olive oil and ketchup?

Eating out is expensive. If you go for three courses and wine, you’ll probably rack up a hefty bill — so it’s no wonder diners dislike the supplementary charges that seem to be becoming more common.  This week, Londoner Rosie French got a surprise when she checked her bill at east London restaurant Ombra. Alongside her starter of burrata…

Proposing in a restaurant? Here’s what not to do…

Though recent surveys suggest we’ve fallen out of love with the idea of public proposals, many restaurants would disagree. For them proposals are just a part of their daily routine. A survey by wedding website The Knot revealed that 31 per cent of women would want to be proposed to at their favourite restaurant (or one they’ve…

New Openings: Beck at Browns

Three star chef Heinz Beck is back in town with Beck at Brown’s Hotel What’s New? The dining room at Brown’s Hotel gets summer-ready with a new look and easygoing Italian restaurant from Rome’s finest, Heinz Beck. Behind The Scenes  Heinz Beck of La Pergola at the Rome Cavalieri Waldorf is Rome’s only three star…

Carlyle positions for possible Prezzo takeover through debt

US private equity firm Carlyle Group is positioning itself to possibly wrest control of Prezzo, as the troubled restaurant chain negotiates with creditors to secure some breathing room on its debt covenants. Carlyle has bought more than a third of Prezzo’s senior ranking loans, which would allow it to block company requests to creditors, since…

Sashimi pizza, anyone? The rise of Japanese ‘dude food’

In a dimly-lit rock’n’roll restaurant on the King’s Road, tables of hip young beer-drinkers are playing roulette. A mixture of excitement and fear on their faces is written all over their faces. Ginger, who is half-manager, half-magician — if his twirled moustache and purple top hat are anything to go by — dances about their table,…

The secrets of Britain’s only truly zero-waste restaurant: Japanese pumpkins, Sussex horse parsley and dogfish

“You don’t mind me chopping rhubarb as we talk, do you?” asks Doug McMasters, a pioneer of the zero-waste movement who opened his restaurant Silo in Brighton in 2014, aged 26. He claims that Silo remains the only truly zero-waste restaurant, despite a number of chefs and restaurateurs announcing their aspirations to become zero-waste. “I’d love for someone to…

Tortilla with aioli, smoked eel and sobrasada: a culinary journey inspired by Pablo Picasso

«Love is the greatest refreshment in life,» said Pablo Picasso. But presumably, the man behind The Old Guitarist, Girl Before a Mirror and Le Rêve ate and drank just like the rest of us.  So, alongside the first solo exhibition at Tate Modern of Pablo Picasso’s work, a new menu at the Level 9 restaurant is drawing inspiration from the regions that the…

New Openings: Yen — Paris’s best noodle bar crosses the channel

From Saint Germain to the Strand, Parisian soba specialists Yen bring their handmade noodles to London. What’s new? London diners have a rollicking season of new launches ahead of them (Ollie Dabbous’ HIDE, Jackson Boxer’s St Leonard’s, Tony Conigliaro’s Gazelle… I could go on). Now’s the time to take a quiet moment out to slurp…

Waiter fired for being too rude says he was ‘just being French’

A waiter fired for being «aggressive, rude and disrespectful» has insisted there was nothing wrong with his manner — he was just being “French”. Deserved or not, France’s reputation for producing surly waiters who eye customers with suspicion, indeed disdain, is known the world over and has stood the test of time.  Now one waiter…

Chef David Everitt-Matthias of Le Champignon Sauvage recommends the best restaurants in Gloucestershire

Husband and wife duo David and Helen Everitt-Matthias opened the two-Michelin-starred French restaurant Le Champignon Sauvage in Cheltenham in 1987. It’s since become a Gloucestershire institution, and tables are highly sought-after, particularly during Cheltenham’s famous jazz, science, music and literature festivals. Here, David Everitt-Matthias recommends the other culinary jewels to be found in the Cotswolds while…

Profits at top 100 restaurant groups fall 64pc in a year

Soaring business rates and rising staff costs have squeezed the profitability of Britain’s top 100 restaurant groups, with a third now loss-making businesses, according to new research. Total pre-tax profits at the top 100 firms have plummeted by 64pc in the past year, from £345m to £125m. Accountancy group UHY Hacker Young said that The Casual Dining Group, which owns high…

Up to 1,400 Prezzo jobs at risk as bosses secure rescue deal

Up to 1,400 restaurant workers are set to lose their jobs as troubled Italian chain Prezzo moves to close 94 sites in a bid to keep the company trading. The move has been agreed by nearly 90pc of creditors as part of a Company Voluntary Agreement, a form of insolvency which allows a business to keep trading and avoids…

Cooking with a conscience: the rise of the charity pop-up

There are three different wines laid out on the table in front of me and I’m about to start a five-course tasting menu involving dishes inspired by five different countries. This doesn’t feel quite like the charity giving I’m used to.  I’m at M Restaurant in London (the Victoria branch of the small group of upmarket wine-bar-cum-steak-restaurants in the capital),…

Happy meals: chefs reveal their ultimate comfort foods 

It’s called comfort food for a reason: the soothing embrace of a warm pie on a cold winter’s day; refreshing strawberries and cream in midsummer; the ability of a dish to transport us back to our childhood kitchen table; the magic tonic that a greasy meal can provide after a few too many drinks.  Often,…

French culinary credibility at stake as hamburger becomes nation’s favourite snack

Long despised in the country that gave the world the term gourmet, the humble burger has for the first time overtaken le jambon-beurre, the traditional ham sandwich, as France’s favourite snack. The French are being forced to swallow their culinary pride after the revelation that they munched their way through nearly 1.5 billion hamburgers last year, according to a…

Marylebone’s best restaurants

Time was when the most interesting thing to say about Marylebone was to ask whether you pronounced it Marry-li-bun or Marley-bone. Not any more: this villagey chunk of W1 is now one of London’s hottest dining destinations. From the all-new Roganic to the revamped Orrery and neighbourhood classics that have stood the test of time,…

Marylebone’s best restaurants

Time was when the most interesting thing to say about Marylebone was to ask whether you pronounced it Marry-li-bun or Marley-bone. Not any more: this villagey chunk of W1 is now one of London’s hottest dining destinations. From the all-new Roganic to the revamped Orrery and neighbourhood classics that have stood the test of time,…

Chef Clare Smyth on where to eat and drink in Notting Hill

«We’re really spoilt here,» says Clare Smyth MBE of Notting Hill, where she lives close to her debut restaurant, Core by Clare Smyth. «Notting Hill is littered with interesting shops and boutiques as well as some real establishments. The Ledbury is one of the best restaurants in the country.» Smyth is the first and only female chef in…

French fury as celebrity chef adds forbidden ham and mozzarella to pan bagnat

A celebrity chef has provoked outrage in Nice by adding honey chicken, ham and mozzarella cheese to a cherished local speciality, the “pan bagnat”, a bread roll traditionally filled with tuna, olives and egg. Thierry Marx, a Michelin-starred exponent of molecular gastronomy, was accused of desecrating the Riviera city’s proud culinary tradition by offering patrons…

Vegetarian sections on restaurant menus encourage meat eating, study finds

Restaurants which  include specific vegetarian sections on their menus may be inadvertently encouraging customers to eat meat, a new study suggests. Although it may seem counterintuitive, the London School of Economics (LSE) found that if non-meat dishes are included amid the main courses, they are chosen more often. Many restaurants are trying to persuade customers…

Chief medical officer come under fire from predecessor over ‘slow’ response to Salisbury poisoning 

The chief medical officer has been criticised by her predecessor for  a “slow” response to the Salisbury poisoning, amid warnings that the public’s concerns have still not been addressed. The criticism followed a change of stance from health officials, who on Sunday told all those in the vicinity of the attack to wash their clothes…

Cost hike leads to deeper losses at Cafe Rouge and Bella Italia owner

Higher property costs and harsh trading conditions have led to pre-tax losses deepening at the owner of Cafe Rouge and Bella Italia. Rising rents and business rates pushed up property costs at Casual Dining Group at a time which the company described as “challenging” as lower consumer confidence levels hit spending. The company, which also…

British Pie Awards: the winners revealed 

A West Sussex family-run bakery has won the coveted ‘Pie of Pies’ prize at the British Pie Awards, which celebrates Britain’s historic love affair with the dish. Turner’s Pies’ steak and ale scored a near-perfect 99/100 to triumph over 950 other pies in a record-breaking year at the ceremony in Britain’s pork pie capital, Melton Mowbray.  The pie, made with…

New Openings: Asador at Sabor — the last piece of Nieves Barragán Mohacho’s puzzle

The launch of the new ‘asador’ upstairs at Sabor completes the line-up at chef Nieves Barragán Mohacho’s recently opened Mayfair eatery. What’s New? Olé and thrice olé, Nieves Barragán Mohacho’s three-in-one bar, restaurant and asador hits Heddon Street. The ground floor at Sabor opened in January; and the launch of the ‘asador’ this month — specialising…

Italians turn on Michelin-starred chef over sacrilegious pizza recipe

A Michelin-starred chef in Italy has triggered a storm of protest from pizza purists loyal to the original Neopolitan dish for daring to produce a «healthy» version of the humble margherita to which he has audaciously added wholemeal grains and cereals. The bearded Carlo Cracco put his alternative «crunchy» recipe, featuring petal shapes of mozzarella…

Salisbury public warned to wash clothes after nerve agent attack

Anyone who visited the pub and restaurant in Salisbury where the poisoned Russian spy and his daughter went before they fell, are being advised to wash their clothes and other possessions to avoid possible contamination. Hundreds of people are thought to have gone to The Mill Pub and Zizzi’s restaurant in Salisbury between Sunday lunchtime and…

Creative cocktails and waste-free cooking at Cub, London

‘This is our playground. We sit here and chat about our ideas all the time.’ Ryan Chetiyawardana relaxes into a custard-yellow banquette at Cub, the restaurant and bar he opened six months ago with chef Doug McMaster. Chetiyawardana (otherwise known as Mr Lyan) has been crowned the world’s best bartender, and last year was recognised…

Three in four people want calorie labels on restaurant menus

Three-quarters of the public think all cafes, restaurants and takeaway outlets should display calorie information on their menus, a survey has found. The poll for Diabetes UK found just 29 per cent of people feel well-informed about the nutritional content of their food when eating out. Some 83 per cent of adults think the Government should legally…

Slow February offers retailers little cheer as they count the cost of bad weather

High street retailers have faced a tough February, as squeezed incomes continue to drive shoppers to focus on essentials such as food and conditions are made harder by mounting competition from online sellers, data has revealed.  Sluggish February sales also come as stores count the costs of last week’s extreme weather.  Total retail like-for-like sales rose by 0.6pc…

One in three of the top 100 UK restaurants is loss-making

A third of Britain’s biggest restaurant groups is loss-making, up by 75pc in the past year, according to a new study. Major names on the high street have come under pressure from increased competition in the market, rising wage costs, brought about by the introduction of a higher minimum wage, which rose from £7.20 to £7.50 last year and…

Classics Revisited: Orrery

From The Ginger Pig to La Fromagerie, the farmers’ market to Kusmi Tea, Marylebone is London’s best-fed neighbourhood. And as with so much of London’s food scene, it’s thanks to Terence Conran. Or rather, a combination of Conran and The Howard de Walden Estate, which approached Sir Terence to launch Orrery at the top end…

Carluccio’s brings in KPMG amid casual dining crunch 

The casual dining crisis has struck again as it emerged Carluccio’s is working with KPMG to look into options to help the chain. It is the latest in a string of struggling eateries that have brought in restructuring experts to come up with rescue plans, including Byron, Jamie’s Italian, Strada and Prezzo. The Italian high street…

Prezzo owes £220m to banks and suppliers, CVA documents show

Troubled Italian dining chain Prezzo owes banks and suppliers almost £220m, documents have revealed, as it launches a plea to landlords to reduce its rent bill in order to keep trading. Prezzo is seeking to agree a Company Voluntary Arrangement (CVA) to reduce its costs by moving to paying rents monthly and lower its rents,…

Prezzo may close up to 100 restaurants in CVA

Italian restaurant chain Prezzo is looking to close up to a third of its 300 sites putting hundreds of jobs at risk as it becomes the latest victim of tough trading conditions. The company was bought by private equity house TPG Capital in 2014 for £300m, which fuelled a massive expansion in sites but is…

Cheeky Nando’s! Restaurant chain admits using McCain’s chips

Fans of high street restaurant chain Nando’s are incredulous today after the firm admitted using McCain’s frozen chips in its dishes. The revelations, which emerged after a former employee spoke with a local newspaper, left scores of supporters shocked on Twitter. The firm says it has an «exclusive» recipe as part of a partnership with…

Pubs and restaurants ‘misleading customers by saying food is sourced locally’, complain British farmers

Some pubs and restaurants are misleading customers by pretending their food is locally produced, Britain’s new farmers’ union has said. Minette Batters, the new leader of the National Farmers’ Union, urged diners to challenge menu claims that dishes are locally forced amid fears that they are not. The news came as Michael Gove, the Environment…

Jamie Oliver risks new battle with British farmers

Celebrity chief Jamie Oliver has risked opening a new battle with Britain’s farmers after he said that he would refuse to eat chicken which has been produced to the “Red Tractor” standard. The restaurateur and recipe book author inflamed countryside opinion by giving his unvarnished opinion on “Red Tractor chicken” to viewers of his weekly…

Struggle to fill vacancies amid UK jobs boom

Ultra-low unemployment has left UK firms scrambling for workers, with record job vacancies in the health and hospitality ­industries. A total of 823,000 job ­vacancies were advertised last month, the Office for ­National Statistics said, up by 62,000 on the year. Of those, a record 130,000 were in health and social work, and 95,000 in…

Why you should be cooking with algae, the latest superfood 

What’s the first thing that comes to mind when you think of algae? Is it stagnant water by a busy road, or a long-abandoned swimming pool, with a rather macabre green film floating on top?  If you’re a keen follower of the food scene, you’ll have noticed it popping up more and more in restaurants over…

Cider, sea bream and Brighton Blue: West Sussex wonders recommended by Gravetye Manor chef George Blogg

Gravetye Manor’s Michelin-starred head chef George Blogg, who earned his stripes at The Square in Mayfair and Le Champignon Sauvage in Gloucestershire, takes seasonal food, foraged and kitchen garden produce very seriously indeed. The grounds of the 16th century country house hotel, within easy driving distance of Glyndebourne and the botanic gardens at Wakehurst Place, are considered some of the most…

Jamie Oliver suffers fresh blow as Barbecoa owner heads for chop

Jamie Oliver is scrambling to salvage part of of his failed steak chain Barbecoa via a controversial pre-packaged deal with administrators. Barbecoa’s parent company Barby Ltd this evening formally appointed Alix Partners to wind up its business. Mr Oliver was meanwhile manoeuvring to buy the flagship Barbecoa restaurant near St Paul’s back from the insovency process. It remained…

One in ten small shops wrongly charging customers card fees 

More than one in ten small shops are charging customers to pay by credit and debit card more than a month after a Europe-wide ban was introduced, an investigation has found.  On January 13 EU legislation banned businesses charging customers fees for paying by credit or debit card fees to prevent them being stung by rip…

It’s already time to file for divorce from new Sky One comedy Bliss – review 

The cast battled on gamely, however. Mangan was especially good when wriggling with worry. After Andrew discovered that he and Denise were due to eat at the same restaurant as Kim and her girlfriends, Mangan impressively conveyed the claustrophobic anxiety of a man who could feel the walls closing in around him – all wide eyes, itchy fingers and dry-mouthed stuttering. And…

Where to celebrate Chinese New Year? Top chefs reveal their favourite restaurants 

Once upon a time, eating Chinese was likely to mean either MSG-laden take-away of sweet-and-sour pork, spring rolls and egg-fried rice, or a waistline-expanding trip to an all-you-can-eat buffet.  The first recorded Chinese restaurant in Britain opened in 1907, though it wasn’t until the 1950s that Chinese food (or, more accurately, an Anglo-Cantonese mash-up of cuisines that was…

Business rates prove sour for Raymond Blanc’s brasseries

French chef Raymond Blanc’s restaurant venture Brasserie Bar has bemoaned a business rates hike for adding to an “increasingly hostile” trading environment as it posted a near £3.2m pre-tax loss.  A 12pc spike in its business rates bill alongside higher debt payments pushed it further into the red.  The Brasserie Blanc and White Brasserie pub…

The world’s weirdest pizza toppings for National Pizza Day

Pizza is experiencing a renaissance in Britain right now. Across the country, restaurants are opening almost daily offering on-trend pizza: sourdough, Neapolitan and wood-fired, with artisan, locally-sourced toppings. As a nation, we are starting to view pizza as gourmet rather than fast food.   Or are we? Last year Pizza Hut announced the launch of its…

Fish and chips, live music and wine by the glass: Breton baker Richard Bertinet on the delights of Bath

Master breadmaker Richard Bertinet, author of the award-winning book Dough, is renowned for his approach to simple, contemporary baking. Originally from Brittany, he has been running baking courses for professionals and amateurs at The Bertinet Kitchen in Bath since 2005. His students leave the classes inspired by his passion for the subject and equipped with a…

UK services sector shows sluggish growth

Britain’s services sector grew at its slowest pace since September 2016 as consumer spending on experiences such as visiting hotels and restaurants dipped. The sector drew a reading of 53 in January, down from 54.2 in December and lower than the expected 54.3, according to IHS Markit’s latest purchasing managers index (PMI). This is the…

Do ‘natural method’ contraceptive apps actually work?

Caroline Davis had been using the Natural Cycles app as contraception for seven months when she discovered she was pregnant. “My period was a week late when I took the test,” she says. “The ‘you’re pregnant’ symbol came up immediately. I cried on the loo before phoning my boyfriend.” The 33-year-old nurse from south London…

My January Dad Bod Challenge: I lost over a stone in a month

Just over a month ago I was staring at my protruding gut and puffy face in the mirror — testament’s to a life possibly too-well-lived. I heaved myself onto a set of bathroom scales, and watched as cartoon springs popped out with a clownish “BOING!”. “14 stone 6 lbs” it read. According to my BMI calculator,…

National Breakfast Awards: Britain’s best places for a morning meal revealed

The winner of the inaugural National Breakfast Awards was announced yesterday, after 16 shortlisted finalists prepared their signature breakfasts at Westminster Kingsway College, London, for a panel of expert judges.  The competition sought out the best breakfasts in four categories: cafes, restaurants, hotels, pubs and bars. It was launched by OOH magazine last year in a quest to find the perfect petit déjeuner,…

London’s best spots for weekend brunching 

Breakfast might be the most important meal of the day but is there anything more purely enjoyable than weekend brunch? Think of it as breakfast with a lie-in, or lunch that can extend to the middle of the afternoon, by its very name brunch offers the best of both worlds. Whether you’re looking for superfood…

National Fish & Chip Awards: the UK’s best chippy revealed

Is there a more perfect match than fish and chips? Flaky white fish, kept moist by a protective layer of crispy, deep-fried batter, alongside salty chunky chips dowsed in salt and vinegar. We British get through an estimated 167 million servings per year; it’s an enduring tradition that shows no signs of retreat.  From Land’s End to John…

Restaurant Group eyes switch to pubs as sales drop again

The owner of Frankie & Benny’s is set to ramp up its pubs division and its presence at airports after suffering another steep drop in sales. Andy McCue, chief executive at The Restaurant Group, said he planned to open 10 pubs per year, up from three in 2017, as the company weathers an increasingly tough…

Jamie’s Italian pulls steaks, chicken and burgers off the menu as its supplier is hit by hygiene scandal  

Jamie Oliver’s chain of Italian restaurants was forced to pull meat dishes from its menu as food watchdogs found serious hygiene and mislabeling issues at its supplier of steaks, burgers and chicken. Following a surprise visit from inspectors at the Food Standards Agency major meat supplier Russell Hume was ordered to stop products leaving its factory. …

New trade body proposed for £130bn hospitality sector

A major new trade body representing the UK’s £130bn hospitality sector is being proposed in a bid to get the sector’s voice better heard by Government. The British Hospitality Association (BHA) and Association of Licensed Multiple Retailers (ALMR) will put their proposed merger to a vote next month and if the pair’s respective members agree…

Venice’s mayor pledges investigation after restaurant allegedly charges four tourists £970 for steak and fried fish

The mayor of Venice has vowed to investigate an alleged restaurant rip-off in which four Japanese tourists claim they were charged €1,100 (£970) for a plate of fried fish, four steaks and a bottle of wine. Luigi Brugnaro said that if the “disgraceful” episode was proved then the owners of the restaurant near St Mark’s Square would…

Classics Revisited: Kettner’s Townhouse

Legend has it that Auguste Kettner, who opened this Soho landmark in 1867, was the private chef of the Emperor Napoleon III. The story of this proto Escoffier who had cooked at the French court conjures up fabulous images of decadent feasts in gilded Second Empire interiors – until you remember that Napoleon III ended…

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