Here Are All The Stars Who've Been Rumoured For This Year's 'Strictly Come Dancing' So Far

The new series is already shrouded in speculation while we wait to discover who has replaced Len Goodman as Head Judge, but that hasn’t stopped rumours swirling about who’ll be competing this year. With stars from the world of sport, soap and comedy all thought to be in the running, here’s a complete round up of all the ‘Strictly’ rumours ...

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Zayn Malik Defended By Ill Friend, After Receiving Criticism For Sharing Her GoFundMe Page

Zayn Malik has been defended by family friend Ayesha Butt, after being criticised for asking fans to help fund her cancer treatment. Ayesha – who has stage four, incurable cancer –  is trying to raise £120,000 for ChemoThermia treatment in Istanbul, and Zayn posted a link to her GoFundMe page earlier this week: This is my Mums best friend Please ...

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Sulley Muntari racism storm shames Serie A and the whole of Italian football

Every Tuesday, Serie A’s disciplinary commission releases a report containing the latest round of punishments, a document informing the league’s players, clubs and officials how long they will be suspended for or how much they will be fined. This week, in and amongst the usual penalties for red cards and crowd control failures, two items stood out. The first was ...

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North Lake College shooting: Two dead including suspect after attack at Texas campus

Two people have been reported dead at North Lake College in Texas, after police reported an active gunman on campus. James Mclellan of the Irving Police Department told reporters that officers had found the body of a suspect and one possible victim deceased in a building on campus. Irving police confirmed via Twitter that the suspect had committed suicide. The Irving ...

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Fall of Raqqa and Mosul will not spell the end for Isis – only a new beginning

When Lionel Messi scored a last minute winning goal for Barcelona against Real Madrid on 23 April, football fans in the Syrian coastal city of Tartous who had been watching the game on television rushed into the street to celebrate. This turned out to be a mistake from their point of view because many of the jubilant fans were men ...

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Woman found guilty and faces year in jail for laughing at Jeff Sessions

A woman who was charged with disorderly conduct for laughing during the confirmation of Attorney General Jeff Sessions has been found guilty and could face up to a year in prison. Desiree Fairooz has been convicted for laughing early in Mr Sessions’ confirmation hearing after Alabama Senator Richard Shelby said that the future attorney general’s record of “treating all Americans ...

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The 3 interview questions jobseekers fear most — and how to answer them

Interviews are intimidating for nearly everyone. After all, one mistake could lie between you getting the job. We go in with our perfectly rehearsed answers to everything we think the interviewer might ask. But of course, we can’t be prepared for everything — and there are some questions that are worse than others. A survey conducted by recruitment website Totaljobs ...

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What happened to Madeleine McCann? Five possible scenarios explained

In the ten years since Madeleine McCann went missing from an apartment in the Ocean Club resort in Praia da Luz, Portugal, there have been a near-infinite number of theories as to what happened to her. Having started reviewing the case in 2011, Scotland Yard are still investigating. With interest in the case showing no signs of abating, the chances ...

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Girl scout confronts far-right protester in striking photo from Czech neo-Nazi rally

A photo of a girl scout calmly confronting a far-right protester during a rally in the Czech Republic has been shared thousands of times as a powerful symbol of peaceful defiance in the face of hate. The image, of teenager Lucie talking to a demonstrator during a May Day rally, was shared by the World Organisation of the Scout Movement. ...

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CCTV shows school principal being 'abducted' as post-coup crackdown in Turkey spreads to Malaysia

A school principal has disappeared in the latest in a string of international arrests allegedly ordered by Turkey in a post-coup crackdown that has seen more than 100,000 people detained. Turgay Karaman was on his way to a meeting with lawyers when he was intercepted by plain clothes officers and bundled into waiting car in Kuala Lumpur. CCTV footage taken ...

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