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High street butchers are thriving despite rise of veganism
Spending on beef, lamb and pork in British butchers jumped by 28 per cent to £338.5 million in 2020 and grew even more in 2021 where sales rose £438million, according to research from Kantar. However, daily meat consumption in the UK has fallen by 17 per cent across the last ten years, with vegan meat imitations thriving at supermarkets and estimated to be worth £1billion to the UK economy.This is likely because middle class Brits now look down on buying meat from the supermarket, with 'boutique butchers' instead the place to go for the best cuts.
I'm A Celebrity viewers fina;lly got what they have been waiting days for.
At the end of Wednesday night's show it was revealed that two soap legends would be heading to the castle.
star Simon Gregson and EastEnders actor Adam Woodyatt will make their way into camp on Thursday night's show.
Their appearance was teased last night after Ant and Dec revealed that all of the campmates would be taking on the next trial.
Simon and Adam, best know for their soap characters Steve McDonald and Ian Beale, will join the likes of Richard Madeley, Danny Miller, Dame Arelene Phillips and Frankie Bridge on the show.
Five new Mini electric cars - including next Hatch - to be built in UK
A large zero-emissions SUV will join the brand's line-up, based on the Urbanaut concept showcased last year. Mini also confirmed plans to extend production to Germany and China.This will bring the arrival of two new radical family SUVs and the next-generation Mini hatchback.
Fans caught their first glimpse of Adam and Simon in their introduction packages after Ant and Dec told viewers they'd also be facing the next trial together.
Adam said: "I’m Adam Woodyatt and I’m probably best known for being a resident of Albert Square and playing Ian Beale for 37 years."
After reeling off his fears, he joked: "I’m gonna be about as much use as a chocolate teapot."
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Simon then said: "I’m Simon Gregson and people will probably best know me for playing the character of Steve McDonald in Coronation Street.
"It’ll be nice to actually show people that there’s absolutely no difference between me and Steve McDonald (laughs)."
flower earth shimmelt: That's now to do
shimmering floral earth can become a real danger to health. How mold is created in the pot and what you should definitely do with the fluffy lining, find out here. © Provided by the house mold in the plant pot is often a warning sign for a humid flower earth. What to do now can you find out here. If you see a white lining on the earth of your indoor plants , this can have several causes.
Simon had also revealed that he accepted the invitation to be in the latest series of I’m a Celebrity due to pressure from his children, who are big fans of the show.
“They were just like ‘come on dad, we’d love it’,” he said. "So I just said ‘ok anything for you guys’.
"(They) are like ‘absolutely do not say ‘I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here’ and make sure you at least get as far as possible otherwise it’s going to be a huge pile-on when I get home."
And despite only a brief glimpse,viewers have already made their mind up on Simon.
@danasballum said: "SIMON FOR THE WIN."
"Simon to win," @demie.jx echoed.
@izzyevangelinemain added: "Already want him to win."
"Finally the personality is arriving! Everyone else is SO BORING. Adam and Simon will add some personality. Simon Gregson will win the crown. i’m saying it now #ImACeleb," @itsamy_xo commented.
@elishab_ said: "If he doesn’t win," with an angry face emoji.
Japanese knotweed saves £11.8billion off property values .
As many as 4 per cent of British homes are affected by Japanese knotweed, either on the property itself or on a neighbouring property. The invasive plant makes homes significantly more difficult to sell as buyers can struggle to secure a mortgage on a property where it is found.However, Britain's biggest mortgage lenders told us that is possible to get a mortgage for a home affected by knotweed, but conditions may be imposed. © Provided by This Is Money ( Japanese knotweed on a property reduces its value by an average of 5 per cent, according to the figures from removal specialist Environet.