Queen of puds;Diary

30th April 1999 at 01:00
THINGS were barely less regal at the conference supper that night. On offer was a menu fit for kings - or at least kings on holiday by the sea: fish, chips and mushy peas were served up to diners, followed by some sticky toffee pudding.

A few eyebrows were arched.

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