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  • Meghan Markle experiencing same narrative as Diana, says royal biographer

    Andrew Morton says the negative headlines are a cliché.

  • The One 'Game of Thrones' Scene from Season 2 that You Have to Rewatch After the Series Finale

    *Warning: Spoilers ahead*Regardless of your feelings about the finale of Game of Thrones, we can all agree that...

  • Teen who lost 10 stone credits Instagram for her weight loss

    At her heaviest Josephine weighed over 19 stone

  • Hear Prince George speak on camera for the first time publicly

    The special video was released on the royal family's official Twitter account yesterday

  • Vince Cable says he 'welcomes people with dark faces' as he condemns Nigel Farage's infamous referendum campaign

    Vince Cable has said he “welcomes people with dark faces”, as he condemned Nigel Farage‘s infamous Brexit referendum poster in a heated debate ahead of the European elections.Accusing the Brexit Party leader of whipping up antagonism against foreigners, the Liberal Democrat leader tackled Mr Farage over his previous rhetoric on immigration.But Mr Farage insisted he was “far from racist”, and said he “utterly rejected” any suggestion he was attempting to “stir anything up”.During a debate hosted by The Daily Telegraph - ahead of Thursday’s European parliament elections - Sir Vince told the former Ukip leader: “You have played a role in whipping up this antagonism to foreigners. “In the referendum, you told us that next year, 2020, Turks are going to be free to come to this country. A lot of people were alarmed by something that is patently untrue.”Referring to the widely-condemned “Breaking Point” poster that Mr Farage unveiled during the Brexit referendum, he continued: “You put out that advertisement, the hoarding, showing immigrants who had dark faces. I welcome people with dark faces. I was married to one.“But people coming in from Europe are Europeans. It was giving a totally false picture of what immigration actually amounts to.”In the debate, Mr Farage insisted: “Far from being racist, actually, we really are more internationalist than those who want our whole future decided by the EU.“All I have ever argued with immigration is that we should have a free, fair system that stops discriminating against India and against Australia in favour of Romania, or anywhere else.“I utterly reject the idea that I am trying to stir anything up.”Their exchange came as the Liberal Democrat MP Tom Brake suggested the prime minister could be gone within days, as he claimed the Conservatives will be thrashed at the European elections on Thursday. Mr Brake said he could not see “any circumstances in which her deal is not going to be defeated”, adding: “If anything, the Brexiteers have hardened their position, that would be my interpretation of what they’re saying, so her bill goes down at second reading and that’s clearly it for her.”

  • Man United transfer news LIVE: De Gea, Wan-Bissaka, Bale, Joao Felix, Koulibaly, De Ligt and Sancho latest

    Ole Gunnar Solskjaer faces a huge job this summer as Manchester United target key signings to rebuild following a disappointing season at Old Trafford. The 2018-19 campaign was one of two troughs and one peak for United fans, with Solskjaer immediately arresting the alarming slump in form as temporary manager following Jose Mourinho's sacking in December.

  • Davina McCall reportedly dating her celebrity hairdresser Michael Douglas

    Davina McCall has reportedly started a new romantic relationship with celebrity hairdresser Michael Douglas, following her divorce from Matthew Robinson.