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THE ‘he said/she said’ date rape drama star­ring Joanne Frog­gatt, right, and Ioan Gruf­fudd has got the whole coun­try split. Which one of the pair is telling the truth about what hap­pened on their date? We have changed our minds half a dozen times al­ready... ALONG with tri­fle, scotch eggs and prawn cock­tail, the breaded favourite is one of the clas­sic Seven­ties dishes mak­ing a come­back at the din­ner ta­ble in the past year ac­cord­ing to a sur­vey for the BBC Good Food Guide. THE new poly­mer ten­ner, fea­tur­ing au­thor Jane Austen, en­tered cir­cu­la­tion on Thurs­day and will be shoot­ing out of a cash machine near you. Keep your eyes peeled, a low se­rial num­ber could mean yours is worth a lot more than £10. AP­PLE fi­nally un­veiled its long-ru­moured new phone this week along­side the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus. Along with a new edge-to-edge de­sign, the X in­cludes tech that lets users un­lock the hand­set with their face, as well as animated emo­jis that mir­ror the user’s fa­cial ex­pres­sions. It will set you back just shy of £1,000 for the starter model mind you. THE £18,000-a-year school, where third in line to the throne, Prince Ge­orge, en­rolled last week has found it­self at the cen­tre of a se­cu­rity scare after a woman man­aged to get in­side the school not once but twice. THE part­ner­ship this week re­vealed that prof­its have more than halved for the half-year to July 29, mainly due to “re­struc­tur­ing and re­dun­dancy costs”. The com­pany also blamed in­fla­tion for push­ing up costs and damp­en­ing cus­tomer de­mand. WE may have to wait well over a year un­til we find out how Game of Thrones fi­nally ends but at least we can rest safe in the knowl­edge that there’ll be no fi­nale spoil­ers leaked on­line. Pro­duc­ers this week re­vealed that they will be shoot­ing mul­ti­ple endings so no-one will re­ally know how it all goes down un­til it plays out on screen. THE presenter hid in a re­frig­er­a­tor in this week’s episode pro­vok­ing out­rage from view­ers who feared kids could copy the stunt. Of­com re­vealed it had re­ceived 24 com­plaints but has not con­firmed whether it will be in­ves­ti­gat­ing.

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