News archive from 20 November 2017

I’m A Celebrity 2017: Shappi Khorsandi breaks down amid horrifying skydive ordeal

I’m A Celebrity 2017: Shappi Khorsandi breaks down amid horrifying skydive ordeal

The comedian, 44, was second to take the challenge as she watched her partner Dennis Wise, 50, leap out of the helicopter with little hesitation.  As she geared up for the ITV show’s first ever water-landing, Shappi initially declared: “I don’t know...

 
I'm A Celebrity 2017: Ant McPartlin up to his old tricks in the jungle

I'm A Celebrity 2017: Ant McPartlin up to his old tricks in the jungle

The much-loved host, who spent time in rehab for painkiller addiction after a knee operation this summer, joined sidekick Declan Donnelly for the start of the latest series. The duo delighted in watching some of the campmates struggle to stay calm...

 
Strictly Come Dancing 2017: Has the magic worn off for Debbie McGee?

Strictly Come Dancing 2017: Has the magic worn off for Debbie McGee?

The widow of magician Paul Daniels, was plunged into her first winner-saves-all performance during a dramatic climax to the show’s annual visit to Blackpool. Even dressing up as Spice Girl Geri Halliwell in a tiny Union Jack dress could not save her...

 

Dribbling in football is becoming a dying art... the coaches have killed it, says Chris Waddle

There's never been a better time to be a dribbler. Look at old clips and see some of the pitches we played on, cut up with divots and frozen hard. With the ball bouncing everywhere and tackles flying in. Full backs had two tackles before the referee...

Daily Mail, 00:08 in Sport
 

Club vs country is a challenge to keep check on travelling Premier League stars whose fitness is so important

When a player leaves for international fixtures he's told to wear his fitness tracker so the club know how hard he has been working. Is he training? How much training? We can see how long he plays for in the games, but what about the rest of the...

Daily Mail, 00:08 in Sport
 

Matt Doherty marvels at John Ruddy as Wolves show they can do the dirty work against Reading

Wolves showed at the Madejski Stadium on Saturday that they can do the dirty work as well as play the pretty stuff.  Ivan Cavaleiro's opening goal after 16 minutes was superbly constructed and executed, a clever finish after a precise pass by Atletico...

Daily Mail, 00:17 in Sport
 
Germany coalition: Talks collapse as FDP pulls out

Germany coalition: Talks collapse as FDP pulls out

Talks on forming a three-party coalition government in Germany have collapsed after the free-market liberal FDP pulled out. FDP leader Christian Lindner said there was no "basis of trust" with Chancellor Angela Merkel's conservative CDU/CSU...

BBC, 00:19 in World News
 

Black Friday survey finds 60% of last year's deals available at other times

A survey of deals on offer for last year's Black Friday has found more than half were the same price or cheaper months either side of the event, according to a consumer group. Which? tracked the Black Friday prices of 35 of the most popular...

 

Theresa May announces £250 million for major Midland Metro extension and more

Prime Minister Theresa May is to announce £250 million to improve transport in the West Midlands as she visits the region today - including a major extension to the Midland Metro. The cash will fund an extension of the light-rail Metro from Wednesbury...

 

Watch painful moment girl loses £1000 jackpot on madcap new TV gameshow - all thanks to a toaster

How hard can it be to run and find a toaster to win £1000? Not very, you'd think. But when you can't actually say the word 'toaster', it's a hell of a lot harder. Unfortunately that's exactly what a contestant learned the hard way on new TV gameshow...

 

How mum moved to Italy to learn about ice cream - now her own flavours are scooping top UK awards

When mum-of-three Annie Hanbury packed her bags and jetted off to Italy to study making ice cream, some might have wondered if it was a wise move. But just a few years after returning from Bologna in Italy - the world capital of ice cream - she has...

 

Socialist values the way back to power

Resurgent Labour can retake Holyrood, says new leader Leonard LABOUR can win control of the Scottish Parliament if it makes the case for a socialism rooted in “values forged in the fire of daily struggle,” Scottish Labour’s new leader Richard Leonard...

 

BiFab workers celebrate victory for work-in fight

New financial package saves 1,400 jobs at green Fife manufacturing firm WORKERS at threatened Scottish engineering firm BiFab are celebrating victory after securing the firm’s future following a united week-long campaign. BiFab (Burntisland...

 

Anti-frackers face increasing police violence

Damning report reveals protesters ‘pushed into speeding traffic’ by cops ANTI-FRACKING protesters are facing rising aggression and violence from police with incidents of campaigners being knocked unconscious and pushed into speeding traffic, a damning...

 

Goodbye and good riddance, Mugabe?

Aged leader swept aside amid popular clamour for change AFTER 37 years as leader of Zimbabwe, Robert Mugabe was expected to step aside yesterday after his Zanu-PF party sacked him as leader and gave him a deadline to stand down or face impeachment. A...

 


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