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'Take it back': French chef Marc Veyrat furious over claims he used English cheddar in soufflé


IN THE PAPERS - Friday, July 12: We take a look at Italy's deepening scandal involving Matteo Salvini, his League party and allegations of a secret Russian oil deal. Here in France, Ecology Minister François de Rugy is hit by new claims of money mismanagement in "Lobstergate". Australia's iconic Uluru is overrun by tourists before a ban on climbing the monolith comes into effect. Finally, a French chef spars with the Michelin guide over accusations he used an English cheese in his dish!

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