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  • Disgraced former Sky presenter Richard Keys has ‘affair’ with daughter’s friend 

    In another studio conversation, which was filmed but not transmitted, Keys asked pundit Jamie Redknapp about a former girlfriend. The presenter asked him: "Did you smash it?" – slang for: "Did you have sex with her?" A source said: “When Richard made those sexist remarks at Sky Sports, there was a lot of bad feeling towards him. Despite the outcry, Julia stood by him and made a highly public show of her support for him. “She was his rock back then and now, when she needs him the most to help her fight her illness, he does this.” Following his departure from Sky, Mr Keys presented a Saturday football show on TalkSport radio, before moving to Qatar. He is now the presenter of the BeIN sports channels.

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  • Robbie Williams Told A Sex Story On 'Graham Norton' And It Was Next-Level NSFW

    You can always rely on Robbie Williams to provide a few shocking moments, but we doubt Graham Norton was expecting just what came out of his mouth when the singer appeared on his chat show on Friday (30 September) night. 

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  • 'Emmerdale' Spoilers! New Trailer Teases Another Death In The Dales

    ‘Emmerdale’ fans are only just recovering from Holly Barton’s shock death, but another villager is set to lose their life in the coming weeks. 

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  • Hillary Clinton Won Because Donald Trump Is a Sham

    And he couldn't be bothered to prepare for the biggest test of his life.

    Esquire
  • Kim Kardashian posts topless photo after narrowly avoiding serial prankster

    The reality TV star, 35, didn’t appear bothered by her run-in with Vitalii Sediuk as she shared the image on Twitter with the caption: “Parisian Vibes”.

    SNAPPA Celebrity
  • A 900-horsepower electric utility van beat a Ferrari and a Nissan GT-R in a drag race

    The electric-car industry right now is, without a doubt, dominated by Tesla. By now, most people...

    Business Insider
  • Strictly Come Dancing: Judge Rinder Lifts The Lid On The ‘Strictly Curse’

    The so-called ‘Strictly Curse’ has been around for years – but now top legal expert and Strictly contestant Judge Robert Rinder has given his two-penneth on what he believes lies behind it. Speaking to The Sun, he claims emotional bond is the main catalyst for off-screen passions.

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  • Zoe Ball’s boyband toyboy says there’s ‘no way’ she’d stay faithful

    Remember when Zoe Ball was caught snogging a fresh-faced boyband singer in a club last year? Well, 23-year-old TayTay Starhz certainly does – he was the man in question, after all – and he’s rather unhelpfully waded into the almighty fallout following Zoe’s separation from DJ Normal Cook. 53-year-old Norman gave his missus the benefit of the doubt on that occasion, which Zoe, 45, dismissed as a “silly moment”.

    Stewart Turner
  • Are India and Pakistan going to war?

    India says it has struck militants across the Kashmir frontier.

    SNAPPA News
  • Vicky Pattison Mourns Her Tour Manager Rob Charlie Cook After He Passes Away

    Sad news this weekend for Vicky Pattison, who last night took to Instagram to pay tribute to her tour manager, Rob Charlie Cook. Rob passed away yesterday and was well-known to Vicky and a whole host of other celebrities. Vicky posted a picture of herself and Rob and wrote and emotional tribute to her friend – calling him ‘one of the kindest men I have ever known’.

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  • The photo that sums up the devastating impact of the Olympics on Brazil's street children

    A photograph of a Brazilian child sleeping rough on a Rio de Janeiro street below banners for the 2016 Olympic Games symbolises the devastating impact of the sporting event on thousands of children and young people in the city, according to a rights group. Terre des Hommes, a network of 10 national children's rights organisations, has investigated what it claims to be violations of rights committed before and during the multi-sport event held in the Brazilian city of Rio de Janeiro between 5 August and 21 August 2016. According to Rio City Hall's official data 22,000 families were evicted from their homes after Rio was chosen to host the Olympics, which had an official slogan of "New World".

    International Business Times
  • Robin Williams was 'drowning in his symptoms' before his death

    Susan Schneider has written an essay entitled The Terrorist Inside My Husband’s Brain.

    SNAPPA Celebrity
  • Angelina Jolie was "Terrified" of Brad Pitt

    As the divorce between Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt continues, new information about Brad’s behavior as a parent has emerged. Angelina was reportedly terrified for her children.

    HollyScoop
  • Brexit earthquake has failed to materialise

    Remainers warned that traditional allies would spurn us, forcing the UK to "the back of the queue" as global markets shuddered. Business leaders, Brussels negotiators and European premiers continue their clamour for clarity.

    Sky News
  • 10 film stars who returned to regular jobs (10 photos)

    One minute you’re walking the red carpet, the next you’re flipping burgers. That’s not quite where these 10 screen actors found themselves, but they did choose the real world – and a job you or we might do – over the glamour of Hollywood. Image credits: Getty, Rex_Shutterstock

    Ben Falk
  • Theresa May orders review of employment law as labour market changes

    Britain's vote to leave the European Union was driven in part by a backlash against the political establishment among working class voters who believed their prospects had been badly damaged by the 2007/08 financial crisis and years of austerity. The review will look at whether existing employment law can cope with the country's growing number of "non-standard forms of employment", such as self-employment, temporary work or "zero-hours" contracts, which offer employees flexibility, but no guaranteed work. Earlier this year, politicians condemned British retailer Sports Direct for effectively paying workers less than the minimum wage, while working conditions at taxi firm Uber have come under legal scrutiny. "New forms of employment have many advantages for workers and consumers but there are challenges and risks," said Matthew Taylor, head of an arts charity and former government policy adviser who has been asked to lead the review.

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  • Working-class fighter gives win bonus to opponent who needed it more

    John Castaneda, left, embraces Angel Cruz after their bout. Cruz’s original opponent fell out, and Combate officials were scrambling to find a replacement for him in a bantamweight fight. It was looking bleak for Cruz when Campbell McLaren, the head of Combate Americas, reached out to Castaneda.

    Kevin Iole
  • Can you name the islands from their outlines?

    Mensa International, the society for smart alecs, is celebrating its 70th birthday. Inspired by this astute anniversary, we've devised the following quiz. Can you name the islands from their outline? A few summer favourites will crop up, as will some lesser-known spots. And a word of caution: don't get all cocky if you answer the first few correctly, because each question is harder than the last. Once you're done, try some of our other quizzes. We've covered British seaside resorts, great battlefields, weird driving laws, odd drinks, airport codes, airline logos, world flags and obscure capital cities, to name a few. Or why not challenge yourself to get full marks on the world's hardest geography

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  • EastEnders Fans In Uproar Following Dot Cotton’s SACKING From Launderette

    EastEnders fans up and down the country were in bits last night, as it was revealed that legendary character Dot Cotton was to be sacked from her job at the launderette. The storyline has seen the owner of the shop, Mr Papadopolous Jnr, bring in an external agency to run things, and upgrade it to offer dry cleaning services, which Dot  doesn’t know how to do. Viewers watched on Thursday as Dot was interviewed by a hapless but well-meaning official from the HR department – but had to break the news to her on Friday that she’d been unsuccessful – despite her ability to get a raspberry stain out of a pair of slacks.

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  • Question Time audience member terms leftist Labour MP mentally ill | UK | News

    The furious audience member savagely slapped down Labour MP Richard Burgon, who tried to claim Jeremy Corbyn was more in touch with the public on immigration than Tony Blair and Gordon Brown. It came after the Labour leader categorically ruled out cuts to the free movement of people at his party’s conference in Liverpool earlier this week. The audience member diagnosed hard-line Corbyn supporters as having “socialist delusion disorder” and slammed left wingers for wilfully ignoring the will of the people over immigration. He said: “Leftists are very hypocritical people. BBC “They want you to be very tolerant of their views but if you disagree with them then you are intolerant. “Under the manual

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