Caprice misses out on The Jump due to mystery illness

Caprice pulled out of the most recent episode (Picture: Channel 4) Caprice Bourret was absent from the most recent episode of The Jump. Jeremy McConnell ‘headed for Ex on the Beach with love rival Sam Reece in talks’ The model missed out on competing due to a mystery illness. Host Davina McCall gave a brief explanation from her absence during ...

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14-times Oscar-nominated La La Land ‘heading to the West End’ as it was ‘made for the stage’

La La Land might be moving from the silver screen to the West End (Picture: Summit Entertainment) La La Land is apparently going to become a stage musical following its record number of Academy Award nominations. All the celeb fashion you should behold from the Oscars red carpet The musical movie, directed by Damien Chazelle, stars Ryan Gosling and Emma ...

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Mamadou Sakho's ups and downs lead him to a crossroads with the rouge et bleu of Crystal Palace

Mamadou Sakho has always been vocal about how he bleeds rouge et bleu, and having now swapped Paris Saint-Germain, his boyhood club and first love, for Crystal Palace via Liverpool, those familiar colours gripped his hulking frame once again on Saturday. Barring a goal, Sakho could not have hoped for a better impact on his first start for Palace. The ...

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Revitalised Cesc Fabregas eager to stay put in London to play his part in Antonio Conte's Chelsea revolution

Cesc Fabregas is happier now than he has ever been. The midfielder, who made his 300th Premier League appearance in Chelsea’s 3-1 win against Swansea, opened the scoring on Saturday afternoon and afterwards lavished praise on his manager Antonio Conte before insisting that he has little intention of leaving the club anytime soon. “I have made a statement and I ...

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Labour MP Gerald Kaufman, oldest serving MP, dies at 86

Sir Gerald Kaufman, the oldest serving MP, has died at the age of 86. His long standing career earned him the moniker ‘The Father of the House of Commons’. Jeremy Corbyn described the Labour MP  as an “iconic and irascible” figure who “loved life and politics”. Mr Kaufman was the representative for Manchester Gorton since the constituency’s inception in 1983. He also served as Shadow Environment, ...

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Three out of 10 eating disorder sufferers not being referred for necessary treatment

A third of eating disorder sufferers are not referred to a mental health service when they visit a GP, a survey has found, prompting calls for medical students to be better trained at picking up on signs of disorders such as anorexia nervosa and bulimia. Research by eating disorder charity Beat, which interviewed 1,420 sufferers, found eating disorders were going undetected ...

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Government 'must act to avoid catastrophic failure' in NHS

Public “bickering” between Theresa May and the NHS over funding at a time when the health service is facing severe financial problems is an “insult to taxpayers”, an influential parliamentary committee has said. Few NHS trusts feel they have a plan for meeting financial targets set by the Government, which must now take “targeted action” to avoid a “catastrophic failure” ...

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Judges forced to install security in their homes due to rise in threats and harassment

Judges have become so concerned about their personal safety that thousands of pounds of taxpayer’s money is being spent to install security at their homes.  According to Ministry of Justice figures, released under Freedom of Information requests, nearly £25,000 was spent upgrading security at the homes of four judges between 2014 and 2016.  In the financial year 2014/15, some £20,918 was spent ...

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Three-quarters of Britons back pornography lessons in schools, survey finds

A large majority of Britons think children should be taught about pornography and sexting in schools, according to a new survey. The findings will fuel demands for sex and relationship education to be made compulsory in all schools in the UK. The poll of 2,000 adults found 75 per cent of Britons want children to be taught about the impact ...

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Investors see UK as more valuable for growth despite Brexit concerns, PwC analysis finds

Investors view the UK as a more valuable place for growth despite widespread concerns over Britain’s future outside the European Union, according to a report. Analysis by PwC found the UK is now equal third with Germany when it comes to company growth prospects, rising from fourth place in 2016. The UK is only lagging behind the US and China, ...

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