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Victoria Derbyshire has said she would break the rule of six to have her family of seven together this Christmas.The presenter said she felt irresponsible saying that, but that she thought many others felt the same way.
Apple's <AAPL.O> top iPhone assembler, Taiwan-based Foxconn, has set up a task force to fend off the growing clout of Chinese electronics manufacturer Luxshare, which it believes poses a serious threat to its dominance, three sources with knowledge of the matter said. The project was initiated by Foxconn's founder Terry Gou, according to one of the sources, to target Dongguan-based Luxshare <002475.SZ>, which is little-known internationally but is poised to become the first mainland China-headquartered firm to assemble iPhones - a turf until now dominated by Taiwanese manufacturers. The task force, which the sources say was created last year, has been looking into Luxshare's technology, expansion plan, hiring strategy and whether the company - which currently makes only 5% of Foxconn's revenue - is supported by any Chinese government entity.
Phillip Schofield asked out live on air by Strictly Come Dancing star Reverend Richard Coles – but it didn’t end well
Phillip Schofield was asked out on a date by musician, Strictly Come Dancing star and gay man of the cloth Reverend Richard Coles.
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The GMB host did not hold back when asked about the possibility of returning to Britain's Got Talent.