There were some excellent entries for the caption competition. Every one was a potential winner, though the edge of some was possibly blunted by the fact that (a) I am a Methodist and (b) I have better things to do than watch food programmes; and indeed am not a great food buff. There were some very clever entries – Croft and Jonathan were serious contenders – and I thought Peter L.Foster’s linked nicely to politics: ‘Professor Margaret Archer to Professor John McEldowney: All those late night sittings have finally caught up on him.’
However, the winner – and regular readers will grasp immediately why this struck a chord – was Tony Sands with: ‘And when do you think Theresa May will call a general election, Lord Norton?’
If he gets in touch, a publication will be on its way.