Neigh thanks! Food minister turns down Findus bolognese lunch because it would be 'bad politics' to eat it David Heath did not want to 'revisit' John Selwyn Gummer's infamous photoMr Gummer was photographed eating a burger during the mad cow crisis By Nick Constable PUBLISHED: 00:21 GMT, 10 February 2013 | UPDATED: 12:51 GMT, 10 February 2013 Food Minister David Heath yesterday declined The Mail On Sunday’s offer of a tasty Findus spaghetti bolognese lunch, saying he wouldn’t be ‘revisiting’ John Selwyn Gummer’s infamous photo call with a beefburger.
'I filled just one bag of rubbish in a whole year!' Extreme recycler keeps resolution to re-use nearly all his waste John Newson composted or recycled most of his wasteSingle bag full of film packaging he has crammed into plastic bottlesRecycler says he wanted to 'push himself' | UPDATED: 00:36 GMT, 1 January 2013 If you gave the dustmen a hefty tip this Christmas because you feel guilty about the amount of rubbish you put out, you might want to take a leaf out of John Newson’s book. Yesterday he celebrated achieving his goal of producing only one bag of refuse in an entire year. Mr Newson has picked through his leftovers every day since last New Year’s Day, putting all his uneaten food on a compost heap in his garden
Give us this day our daily shed! Congregation complete Scandanavian FLATPACK church after spending 90 years worshipping in hut The 150-year-old Lapland wood is expected to last up to 200 yearsAssembly took just over three months thanks to team of up to 15 builders PUBLISHED: 17:58 GMT, 4 December 2012 | UPDATED: 19:22 GMT, 4 December 2012 Worshippers have beaten Santa to it and imported their own gift from Lapland – this flatpack church – just in time for Christmas. For the past 90 years, the congregation of St Michael’s and All Angels Church, in Daws Heath, Essex, have had to make do with a First World War army hut. But with the hut falling into a state of disrepair, the Anglican congregation decided it was time to replace their old church with a brand new 560,000 building.