In defence of Delia

Why frozen potatoes are now heresy, and New Labour’s nuclear impotence – read Mick Hume’s columns in The Times (London).

Mick Hume

Mick Hume

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Friday 14 March:

‘Book-burning now appears palatable to Britain’s foodies. One top liberal food writer has just flambéed Delia Smith’s cookery books, in protest at her new TV series. The staunchly Catholic Delia has become a heretic…’

Read on…

Tuesday 11 March:

‘Why has John Hutton, the business secretary, just conceded that Britain needs to go back to coal power? Because, despite all the hot air about renewables, the economy cannot run on wind alone. And because the government’s impotent failure to push nuclear power has made a fuel rod for its own back…’

Read on…

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