News archive from 9 December 2014, page 4

Meet the woman who claims she had a five-year affair with Mel B (but singer insists nothing spicy went on) 

She has admitted to a four-year love affair with a woman but Mel B's representatives vehemently denied Christa Parker was the object of her affections.  However, that didn't stop the 42-year-old business manager from speaking about her alleged sexual...

 

A cut above! Nicole Kidman and Tom Cruise's daughter, Isabella Cruise, 'ditches Hollywood to work as a...

The daughter of Tom Cruise has started working as a hairdresser in England. Isabella Cruise - the adopted daughter of Tom and his ex-wife Nicole Kidman - has reportedly completed a course at the Vidal Sassoon Academy and is now working at their...

 

Katherine Jenkins looks heavenly as she dons demure black dress for star-studded carol service in London

Her voice is the perfect instrument to make the most of the most beloved Christmas carols. So Katherine Jenkins was the obvious choice to make a special appearance at a revered service in London. The mezzo-soprano led the guests at the Holy Trinity...

 
Fury at 'lazy' MPs working two-day week until May

Fury at 'lazy' MPs working two-day week until May

From this week, they will be allowed to leave Westminster for the weekend as early as Wednesday afternoons because there are no laws to pass. Backbench and opposition MPs have accused the coalition of overseeing a ‘zombie Parliament' with the Tories...

 

EXCLUSIVE: 'She's completely exhausted!': Edwina Currie in dramatic health scare after vomiting and...

The show came to an end on Sunday night, but the drama didn't stop there for Edwina Currie as the former MP suffered quite the dramatic health scare after the series finale of I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! Edwina told the crew of a bus which...

 
Benefit cheat who swindled £27,000 caught clay pigeon shooting

Benefit cheat who swindled £27,000 caught clay pigeon shooting

John Allcock, 62, booked two three-hour shooting sessions while claiming the highest rate of disability living allowance. He also jetted off holiday to Sharm El Sheikh in Egypt where he asked for a high-level room with a nice view…despite the hotel...

 

'I felt like I had a friend': Jack O'Connell praises Hollywood superstar Angelina Jolie for treating him...

He has gone from small screen bad boy to being on the cusp of becoming Britain's next big acting export. And Jack O'Connell's journey certainly hasn't been hampered by his blossoming friendship with his Unbroken director Angelina Jolie, he tells...

 
Antonis Samaras brings forward date of presidential poll in Greece

Antonis Samaras brings forward date of presidential poll in Greece

The Greek government has announced that it will bring forward presidential elections. The announcement of the high-stakes gamble that will make or break its survival was made only a few hours after lenders agreed on Monday to grant Greece a two-month...

 

Ebola nurse slams Band Aid single

The British nurse who survived Ebola has described the new Band Aid charity single as "cringeworthy". William Pooley went back to work at an isolation unit in Sierra Leone in West Africa, despite having been airlifted to London after...

 

Apprenticeships reach 2m milestone

Two million apprenticeships have been started since 2010, Vince Cable has announced. The Business Secretary said that reaching the landmark is a testament to the Government's commitment to the training schemes. Apprenticeships are successfully...

 

Building firms face skills shortage

Building firms are having to hire bricklayers from Portugal, paying them £1,000 a week, because of a shortage of workers from the UK, it has been revealed. A study by employment group Manpower confirmed fears from across British industry of a problem...

 

Duke tells of delivery room 'chaos'

The Duke of Cambridge has confessed to US president Barack Obama that in the "chaos" of the maternity delivery room he forgot to ask if Prince George was a boy or a girl. William joked about omitting to question medical staff about the one...

 

Black Friday surge helps retailers

A "Black Friday" shopping surge helped retailers enjoy their best November sales growth in five years, offering hope for the key pre-Christmas period. Like-for-like sales grew 0.9% in November compared to a year earlier, recovering from a...

 

Dewani cleared of honeymoon murder

Shrien Dewani is free to return home to the UK after a South African judge cleared him of arranging the honeymoon murder of his new wife. Dewani, from Westbury-on-Trym, near Bristol, heaved a sigh of relief as Judge Jeanette Traverso dismissed the...

 

Firefighters stage fresh strike

Firefighters in England will mount picket lines again today as they stage a fresh 24 hour strike in their long-running row with the Government over pensions. Members of the Fire Brigades Union will walk out at 9am for their 48th period of industrial...

 


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