Holly Willoughby would take Prince Harry on a desert island because he’ll bring booze and her ‘obsession’ Kate Middleton

Holly has a thing for Harry (Picture: Getty) Holly Willoughby has admitted that she would like to be stranded on a desert island with everyone’s favourite royal, Prince Harry. Sir Elton John makes surprise call to teen whose viral disability video ‘made him cry’ The This Morning presenter told The Sun that if she had to choose a group of people to ...

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Top tax year 'must do's'

It may not be marked by fireworks, a week off work or significant quantities of alcohol, but that doesn’t mean you can ignore the new tax year which emerges fresh and new on April 6th. Invest a bit of time now and you’ll reap rewards for the next twelve months and beyond. 1)    Maximise your ISA savings The end ...

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Donald Trump rounds on Republican healthcare bill critics: 'I'm gonna come after you'

President Trump spent Tuesday selling the Republican healthcare overhaul to sceptical House members, warning his party that failure would endanger his legislative agenda and their own political careers. But more than two dozen GOP lawmakers remained firmly opposed to the legislation amid the high-stakes persuasion campaign led by Trump and House Speaker Paul D. Ryan (R-Wis.) – more than enough ...

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Sunn O))), Barbican, London, gig review: Terrifyingly, crushingly, noisily, ridiculously good fun

The idea is that you don’t enjoy a Sunn O))) concert so much as endure it; don’t go to one so much as undergo one. Even calling it a concert feels like underselling it — its more akin to an experience, or a ritual. The trouble with that is that it’s all just too much fun. From the moment that ...

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Feud with Pep Guardiola still drives me says Zlatan Ibrahimovic

Zlatan Ibrahimovic says his differences with Pep Guardiola continue to drive him on. The Swede, now with Manchester United, moved to Barcelona in 2009 to work under the Spaniard at the Nou Camp. But the relationship between the two deteriorated to the degree that Ibrahimovic left for AC Milan the following summer. Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s incredible 15-year trophy streak And the ...

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The top strain on relationships in the UK revealed

People with the same attitudes to managing their finances could have more successful relationships. The main strain on UK relationships is money worries, according to new research, and the key to avoiding money ruining a relationship is to align how you deal with your finances. Concerns about finances make up 26 per cent of relationship difficulties, according to new research ...

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Russia 'spreading fake news about refugees to sow discord in Europe' says ex-spy

A former Hungarian spy has broken cover to describe how the Russians have played up and exaggerated the European refugee crisis for propaganda.  Farenc Katrein, who served in the country’s counter-intelligence agency for 13 years, said the Kremlin is “aggravating” the effects of migration by spreading “false” stories. Mr Katrein said Russian officials, including foreign minister Sergei Lavrov, exaggerated the Cologne ...

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Ronnie Moran dead: Jamie Carragher and Ian Rush lead tributes to former Liverpool captain and coach

Jamie Carragher has led the tributes to former Liverpool captain and coach Ronnie Moran, after the club icon died at the age of 83 on Wednesday. Moran made 379 appearances for Liverpool during a 16-year professional career, and joined Bill Shankly’s coaching team towards that final years of his playing spell where he went on to feature as a coach ...

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When do the clocks go forward in the UK? Everything you need to know about the coming time change

Waking up with the sunshine competing with the curtains makes the morning bed to bathroom commute somewhat easier. British Summer Time is on its way, bringing more light to your day but it comes at the cost of an hour… sacre bleu. To help you prepare for the clocks moving forward thanks to Daylight Savings, here is our quick guide: 1. When ...

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Plusnet fined £880,000 by Ofcom for billing customers after contracts were cancelled

Plusnet has been fined £880,000 by regulator Ofcom for continuing to charge customers for landline and broadband services after they cancelled their contract. The phone provider, which is owned by BT, continued to charge 1,025 customers who had cancelled either their landline or broadband service as a result of an error in Plusnet’s billing system which meant that the lines ...

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