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Provided by Independent Print Limited An inflight offering on Air Berlin (Airlinemeals.net) English says he began flying at a young age his father was posted in the Far East for work and the family returned home to the UK every summer to see English's grandparents. As a child, airline food was a way for him to discover new foods he wouldnt have eaten at home. For example, he hadnt tasted olives until they appeared in one inflight dinner. And growing up outside his home country, airline food became a link back to traditional British dinners: When I was a child, the standout inflight food was all the normal stuff like sausages, full English breakfasts and a lemon sponge cake. We used to fly what was then BOAC [now British Airways] and the food was a thing I was familiar with. The airline food of the 1970s and 1980s is pure nostalgia for English: We used to have fillet steak [served on board] when I was younger, meals served with proper glassware and metal cutlery. But he reckons airline food has actually got better over the decades, and ate his favourite ever inflight meal last year. It was in the first class cabin on a Japan Airlines flight, where the crew served a "kaiseki"-type meal (Japanese fine dining) of nine courses. Provided by Independent Print Limited A business class meal served on Singapore Airlines (Kevin English) And English says hes not surprised at the news that British Airways has stopped offering free food to economy passengers on short-haul flights. Many airlines see catering as a drain on profits and have simply passed the cost back to the customer. By contrast, English says, catering in premium classes has become a selling point to customers.

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The Scottish National Party said it would put forward 50 "serious and substantive" amendments to the government's parliamentary bill for triggering Article 50. Article 50 will begin exit talks with the EU, which are expected to last up to two years. Liberal Democrat leader Tim Farron said his MPs and peers would vote against Article 50 unless there was guarantee of the public having a vote on the final deal reached between the UK and EU. Supreme Court ruling - key points The 1972 Act that took the UK into the then EEC creates a process by which EU law becomes a source of UK law So long as that act remains in force, it means that EU law is an "independent and overriding source" of the UK's legal system Unless Parliament decides otherwise, this remains the case Withdrawal from the EU makes a fundamental change to the UK's constitutional arrangements because it will cut off the source of EU law Such a fundamental change will be the inevitable effect of a notice being served The UK constitution requires such changes can only be made by Parliament The fact that withdrawal from the EU would remove some existing domestic rights of UK residents also renders it impermissible for the government to withdraw from the EU Treaties without prior parliamentary authority Analysis by Dominic Casciani, BBC home affairs correspondent "This momentous judgement is about one thing alone: the rule of law and how the UK, as a champion of that steady, calm form of government, gets on with the business of leaving the EU. "But what it also makes clear is that membership of the EU is messy in constitutional terms - so only Parliament has the right to pull us out. It can't be done by the stroke of a minister's pen. "On the devolution side, the government did however win hands down. The court unanimously ruled that the devolved bodies have no real say in leaving the EU: constitutional power - the means to change the fabric of the United Kingdom, rests with the UK Parliament alone." Supreme Court split Image copyright Supreme Court Image caption The 11 Supreme Court justices (pictured with Lord Toulson - top row, far left - who is now retired) rejected the government's argument by eight to three The Supreme Court's judgement backs that made by the High Court last year, against which the government appealed. In last June's referendum, UK voters backed Brexit by 51.9% to 48.1%.

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