The Duchess of Cambridge receives a bouquet of flowers, as she leaves after a visit to Hope House in London on Tuesday. The former Kate Middleton appeared unaffected by the controversy surrounding remarks made by author Hilary Mantel. Matt Dunham/AP hide caption

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A Tesco supermarket sign in London. The chain acknowledged that its low-cost beef lasagna had in fact been 60 percent horse. Sang Tan/AP hide caption

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U.K. Slaughterhouses Raided As Europe's Horse Meat Scandal Widens
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Former British rock star Gary Glitter, whose real name is Paul Gadd, returns home in central London on Sunday after he was arrested earlier in the day by British police as they investigate the mountain of sexual abuse allegations against the late TV star Jimmy Savile. AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Prime Minister David Cameron calls binge drinking "one of the scandals of our society." Here, a man drinks a pint of beer through a makeshift "Vuvuzela of Ale" in London, in a file photo from 2010. Leon Neal/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Designer Wins Right To Sell 'Star Wars' Stormtrooper Outfits In The U.K.
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Council officials seized Baby Gaga ice cream made from mothers' breast milk this week. Last week, The Icecreamists shop that makes and sells the ice cream posted a note that it was sold out of its supply. Ben Stanstall/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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