• Phillip Schofield shares rare family photo with daughters and wife

    Phillip Schofield had a lovely start to the weekend as he celebrated his oldest daughter Molly's 26th birthday on Saturday. The entire family went out to mark the special occasion, and the This Morning host posted a lovely photo of them all together on his Instagram account. The picture was taken at The Ivy, Marlow - near their home in Henley - and featured Phillip with Molly and his youngest daughter Ruby, along with his wife Stephanie Lowe and Molly and Ruby's boyfriends. Phillip also shared a video of Molly blowing out the candles on her birthday cake as the restaurant sang to her. The celebration also marked the start of Phillip's summer break from This Morning. The show will be presented by Ruth Langsford and Eamonn Holmes over the summer, and no doubt Phillip will keep fans up to date with his holiday plans during his time off from the TV.Phillip Schofield and his family celebrated his oldest daughter Molly's birthdayThe TV presenter has a close relationship with both his daughters, and Molly even works for him as an Assistant Talent Manager at the James Grant agency - who also represent many of Phillip's showbiz friends - including Holly Willoughby, Rochelle Humes and Emma Willis. Phillip has previously opened up about his daughter helping to manage him while chatting to HELLO!. Discussing his children's thoughts on his social media antics, the star said: "I don't post anything without their say-so. I check with them, is this okay? But they're fine with it. My eldest daughter is my manager so she's well across it all."MORE: Robbie Williams' daughter Teddy surprises him with cheekiest requestThe This Morning star has a close relationship with his childrenMORE: Ruth Langsford makes bitter-sweet return to This MorningWhile Phillip's family stay out of the spotlight, in 2017, he filmed a TV series with his wife called Schofield's South African Adventure. It was the first time fans had seen the married couple on screen together. Speaking to Christine Lampard on Lorraine about it, Phillip said of his wife: "She worked in television years ago, that was how we met, so she can do it, she just doesn't want to these days." The couple have been married since March 1993, and were first introduced when Stephanie worked as a BBC production assistant while Phillip was fronting children's television.Like this story? Sign up to our newsletter to get other stories like this delivered straight to your inbox.

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    The Duchess of Cambridge may be the photographer of the family, but it looks like her brother James Middleton just gave her a run for her money. The entrepreneur has shared an epic photo of his girlfriend Alizee Thevenet and his beloved pet dog Mable enjoying a dip in the pool - or splash, rather. Mable was pictured mid-leap in the air, ready to cannonball into the water with a massive grin on her face, while Alizee, who looked gorgeous in a pink bikini, laughed hysterically."Caption this goldenretriever summervibes dogsofinstagram happydog," James told his 138,000 Instagram followers. Duchess Kate's younger brother was inundated with comments, with one writing: "Hold my milk bone and watch this!" Another suggested James and Alizee are ready to tie the knot, replying: "My bride-to-be and my dog best man having super fun!" "Look at me jumping daddy, look!!!" another fan commented. "Mable the superhero!" was another suggestion.James' girlfriend Alizee looked stunning in a bikiniJames is very private about his personal life and rarely shares photos of his girlfriend. This is only the second time he has posted an Instagram snap of French beauty Alizee - the first being a selfie uploaded in May that showed the lovebirds wearing matching red jumpers while relaxing on a sailboat. "Sail away with me," James sweetly wrote.MORE: Fans are going wild for Gemma Atkinson and Gorka Marquez's baby nameIt looks like James and Alizee are enjoying some downtime together. Their poolside day out comes after they attended Wimbledon together on Sunday. James was invited by his sister Kate, who is patron of the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club, to watch the men's singles final between Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic. James and his girlfriend Alizee were among the lucky ticketholders to bag seats in the Royal Box alongside Carole Middleton and Pippa Middleton.The couple have been dating for around a yearMORE: Robbie Williams' wife Ayda reveals mum's heartbreaking diagnosisWhile James and Alizee have kept their relationship out of the public eye, the couple, who have been dating for around a year, have made more and more high-profile appearances. Apart from Wimbledon, James and Alizee attended Lady Gabriella Windsor's wedding at St George's Chapel in May. Earlier this year, they were also spotted holidaying in the Caribbean.Like this story? Sign up to our newsletter to get other stories like this delivered straight to your inbox.

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  • Kate Middleton wore a pair of high street shoes at Wimbledon and no-one noticed

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  • The sinister truth about Labour's antisemitism crisis - absolutely nothing is more important than The Project

    For 100 years the Labour Party was the broadest church in politics. That all changed the moment it passed into the tender loving care of Team Corbyn. Suddenly, faster than Margaret Beckett could say “let’s put Jeremy on the leadership ballot to broaden the debate”, it was bludgeoned into a groupthink mentality that would have Harold Wilson, James Callaghan and even Clement Attlee rolling in their graves.Those former Labour prime ministers would be sickened to see the ideological and antisemitic depths their cherished party has plumbed.Last week’s BBC Panorama documentary, based on the painful testimonies of eight former staffers, exposed attempts by Corbyn’s team to sway antisemitism disciplinary panel selections, files being mysteriously removed from party HQ and powerless disputes officers having nervous breakdowns over Corbyn’s reluctance to punish anti-Jewish members. It was the first time the leadership had been directly implicated in a process it’s always insisted is independent.The programme did not show the Labour Party to be antisemitic, nor did it expose individual party members as anti-Jewish beyond those already incriminated by their own words. Rather, it revealed something altogether more sinister.The inescapable conclusion is that NOTHING, not even opposing the cancer of antisemitism, is more important than The Project. It showed you can consider yourself a proud “lifelong anti-racist” while leading a morally lost party where a robust approach to tackling racism is sidestepped for fear it might jeopardise the greater cause. It showed how even basic human decency can be sacrificed in Labour’s frenzied pursuit of pure socialism.That’s why the party didn't report to the police antisemitic threats made to its MPs. That’s why the party refused to back a ban on Hezbollah, whose military wing is deemed a terrorist organisation by the UK. And that’s how Lisa Forbes can win a by-election, despite liking a post saying Theresa May has a “Zionist slave masters agenda”.It is also how general secretary Jennie Formby, with a straight face, can tell deputy leader Tom Watson not to monitor antisemitism because of GDPR rules. That’s how the party can dismiss the testimony seen in Panorama as the words of "disaffected" staffers with "axes to grind".All of this, and so much more besides, is seen as inconvenient background noise distracting from The Project - i.e., renationalisation, redistribution and denunciation of modern centre-ground politics. All, apparently, for the many, not the few. (Or the Jew).It’s not that the party endorses antisemitism. It’s just way down the pecking order. Corbyn and co don’t necessarily prefer the company of chomping antisemites, Holocaust deniers, conspiracy theorists, Hamas and Hezbollah. But if the world’s worst human beings help swell their ranks and share their broader world view, why not invite them to tea in parliament? It’s all grist for the mill. My enemy’s enemy and all that.The Project cannot afford to sacrifice comrades just because they don’t like Jews. That’s why only 15 members have been expelled for antisemitism in four years. FIFTEEN. Labour MP Margaret Hodge calls it “permitted racism”.This not so much begs as demands the question: why are moderate Labour MPs, and an estimated 200,000-strong middle-ground membership, endorsing all this with their continued presence?Luciana Berger, the Jewish former Labour MP hounded out of the party, nailed it last week when she said: “Too many MPs are thinking first and foremost about their own re-election.”Labour is now on par with the BNP as only the second party to face a formal investigation by the Equality and Human Rights Commission. This will be a rigorously objective inquiry, with statutory powers to access off-the-record evidence such as texts and WhatsApp messages. The most damning outcome would see the party’s disputes and compliance unit placed under independent supervision. At least 30 further former and current staff members are poised to give evidence.The EHRC moves at the speed of a tectonic plate but is poised to cause a political earthquake - plunging this sordid excuse for a political Project into the abyss.Richard Ferrer is the editor of Jewish News.