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telegraph.co.uk — Recently successful television programmes such as Borgen and The Killiing may have shown Denmark to a larger audience, but its capital Copenhagen has long been popular with tourists. Although compact, the city centre contains a number of excellent restaurants - not least Noma, often labelled the best restaurant in the world - and an abundance of regal attractions.
telegraph.co.uk — The horse meat scandal caused consternation for those of us who discovered that, all this time, our lasagne was equine, not bovine, but it has also provoked wider examination of what we eat. Luxury retreats are expected to serve quality produce, but a growing number are now going further to ensure their guests can be confident of provenance.
telegraph.co.uk — Travellers looking for discounted business-class and first-class flights have until midnight June 4 to take advantage of the current British Airways luxury sale. Having commenced this morning, the sale offers discounts of up to 40 per cent on regular First and Club World fares, to over 130 destinations worldwide.
telegraph.co.uk — The British Library's new exhibition is Propaganda: Power and Persuasion. The first show of its kind, it examines how different states have used propaganda during the 20th and 21st century, both at times of peace and in war. Posters, films, cartoons and textbooks will all be used to display the various ways leaderships have sought to influence their people.
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