/ 11 January 2022

A pudding for the Platinum Jubilee, mooving past the use-by date, and instinctive hair cutting…

Image source: Getty
Image source: Getty

This year is Queen Elizabeth’s Platinum Jubilee marking 70 years since her accession to the throne. The nation’s citizens are encouraged to plant a tree for the occasion. And yesterday, plans for the June anniversary weekend were announced. But the event that has won our hearts: a pudding competition

Pudding makers will be using fresh milk, no doubt. For everyone else, UK supermarket Morrisons is ditching ‘use by’ dates on its moo juice to limit unnecessary waste and says customers should deploy the good ol’ sniff test.

Not passing our sniff test: a new hair trend called ‘instinctive cutting’. The last time we let our hairdresser do what they said they knew would suit us, they gave us side-flicks that required gel. The shame of it. Never again.

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