Word of the week: Batter together

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After the BBC lost the rights to the Great British Bake Off and Mel and Sue quit the show, the word of the week is:

Batter together (idiom)

A lavender-scented, citrus-flavoured, perfectly baked nostalgia about something good that united everyone and was later torn apart. 

Origin:

Anna Leszkiewicz

Usage: 

"Your baking skills and my empty stomach were batter together."

"Everything was batter when Bake Off was on TV."

"Cakes are so expensive since Brexit - I always knew we were batter together."

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Julia Rampen is the digital night editor at the Liverpool Echo, and the former digital news editor of the New Statesman. She has also been deputy editor at Mirror Money Online and worked as a financial journalist for several trade magazines.