Waiter, why isn’t there a fly in my soup?

“In the common consciousness, a fly in your soup is considered a bit of a no-no. Imagine my surprise, then, to arrive at Oxford’s museum of natural history and find some of society’s finest – from broadcaster Martha Kearney to Comic Relief chairman Peter Bennett-Jones – guzzling a lunch of creepy crawlies.”

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