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Having wasted Britain's precious inheritance on profligate public spending for the last ten years, housekeeper Brown advises us to "show prudence in the kitchen. . .With prices soaring, he suggested we could save up to £8 a week by making our shopping go further".

He then flew off to a G8 conference to solve food problems in Africa while eating dinners prepared by a head chef assisted by 50 cooks.

You just couldn't make this stuff up.

Glancing at the 18th century and 20th century science timelines you can see what Brits did to create inventions that still help feed the world.

We wait with bated breath for the frugal housewife's next piece of domestic advice.

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