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Doomed alpaca sparks uproar against UK Prime Minister Johnson

LONDON, Aug. 9 (Reuters) – The fate of an eight-year-old alpaca named Geronimo has sparked an outcry against British Prime Minister Boris Johnson after his government ordered the animal to be slaughtered for testing positive for bovine tuberculosis. The order to kill the alpaca prompted owner Helen Macdonald to demand …

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Great British Cheese: A Complete Guide

WHEN I SAW the title of Katie Quinn’s book “Cheese, Wine, and Bread”, I assumed the role of cheese would play in France. Wheels from this country are still considered the ultimate. But Ms Quinn chose Britain to begin her exploration of the role of fermentation in making delicious foods. …

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Darren Clarke leads the Senior British Open

Darren Clarke is not getting ahead of himself after two good laps at the Senior British Open, even after the Northern Irishman shot under 67 at Sunningdale to maintain a one-shot lead at mid -path. Clarke, who shot 65 on opening day, won the British Open in 2011 at Royal …

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“Working with the Irish has never been easy”

Distrust, misunderstanding, victimization and fear of marginalization – some of the defining characteristics of the Irish in the late 1990s, according to the British Ambassador to Dublin at the time. “Working with the Irish has never been easy,” Veronica Sutherland wrote in a note in May 1997, as documents released …

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