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Tim Wilson, founder and farmer of The Ginger Pig farm in North Yorkshire, where Hawksmoor’s beef is sourced from, says: “Our beef will always come from slow-growing grass-fed cattle, whether it’s from our own herds, or selected from one of our collaborative partners.

We carefully dry-age each rump to ensure unbeatable succulence and flavour, and this cut is simply superb for roasting to serve medium-rare.” 2 | Best For Real Ale: Grain Barge, Bristol Ray Bailey and Jess Boak, founders of the influential Boak and Bailey Beer Blog, rave about this pub, a converted barge moored in the Severn Estuary.

The other chipped in, ‘They went bust and you was (sic) laid off? The point of this anecdote is NOT to portray all Scousers as chancers; rather to highlight the very widespread default setting that they as a breed are forever fighting wave after wave of injustice.

Outside of football, one’s parameters of grief are frankly infinite.

They are no longer the arbiters of ethics when it comes to the endangerment of human life at a football match.

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“This behaviour by a number of people who threw bottles, cans and pyrotechnics towards the bus is completely unacceptable and we will conduct enquiries to identify who was responsible and bring them to justice.There was a nice bar off a side street I particularly favoured. The answer to both of these questions is that was all about manipulating situations.Up there, there is an endemic ‘pity me – and what can get out of being pitied’ culture that one can only believe existed well before Hillsborough occurred.Try a pint of the BBF Bitter Kiwi (made with hops from New Zealand) with a cut of roast beef – it’s a nigh on perfect match.” We’d also recommend sampling the Barge’s top deck, which boasts a near- panoramic view of the harbour and Brunel’s SS Great Britain.3 | Best For Overnight Stay: The Cat, West Hoathly, Sussex High on a spur of the Sussex Weald, this classic village pub (think oak beams, fireplaces and gossiping locals who would struggle to leave their favourite bar stool if their house was on fire) has four charming rooms upstairs.

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