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  • Leaders' election TV debate cancelled after Boris Johnson refuses to take part

    A planned leaders' debate between Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn has been cancelled after the prime minister refused to take part.The Channel 4 debate, which was scheduled for Sunday, would have been the second direct clash between Mr Johnson and the Labour leader after a contest on ITV this week.

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    Photo From 1898 Sparks Hilarious Theory That Greta Thunberg Is A Time-Traveler

    A picture from University of Washington's archives has people joking the teen climate activist is a time-traveler here to "save us."

  • I'm A Celebrity: Tension breaks out as Jacqueline Jossa and Andrew Maxwell clash over trials

    Tensions broke out between Jacqueline Jossa and Andrew Maxwell in the I’m A Celebrity … Get Me Out Here camp.During Thursday night’s episode the camp mates clashed over who should join new arrivals, Andy Whyment and Cliff Parisi, in the jailhouse.

  • Ball boy's $49k blunder from Serena Williams' US Open meltdown

    A US Open ball boy's decision to part with a priceless piece of Serena Williams memorabilia is set to cost him big time.


    Jason Momoa protected Emilia Clarke during gratuitous sex scenes: "He was like, 'No, sweetie, this isn't okay'"

    'He took care of me in an environment, I didn't know I need to be taken care of ... He was so kind and considerate and cared about me as a human being.'

  • Jeremy Corbyn's red plan for Britain as he reveals wife is 'very interested' in life inside Number 10

    Jeremy Corbyn promised inflation-busting five per cent pay rises for public sector workers today in a Left-wing “manifesto for hope” that trumpeted big spending but also increases in taxes and borrowing.In an exclusive interview with the Evening Standard’s ES Magazine, the Labour leader spoke in the most revealing terms yet about a possible move to 10 Downing Street as prime minister in just over three weeks.

  • Royal shock: Kate Middleton's housekeeper makes rare appearance at Buckingham Palace

    The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's long-term housekeeper Antonella Fresolone received a special gong at Buckingham Palace on Tuesday as she was decorated with the Royal Victorian Medal. Miss Fresolone was presented with the honour by none other than Prince William, who led the investiture ceremony in the palace's iconic ballroom.The royal housekeeper joined the Cambridge household in May 2013, just two months before William and Kate welcomed their first child, Prince George, in July. Miss Fresolone had already worked for the Queen for several years at Buckingham Palace.Antonella Fresolone has worked for the Cambridges for six yearsThe Royal Victorian Medal was first established by Queen Victoria in 1896. As part of the Royal Victorian Order, it is a reward for personal service to the sovereign or the royal family, and is the personal gift of the monarch. The medal has three levels: bronze, silver and gold. Miss Fresolone was made an honorary silver medallist.MORE: Stacey Dooley gives fans home envy with photo of her new sofa WATCH: William and Kate enjoy a date night at the Royal Variety PerformanceEarlier this year, the Queen granted the Duchess of Cambridge the title of Dame Grand Cross of the Royal Victorian Order (GCVO). It was given to Kate as an eighth wedding anniversary gift. Again, the reward was made for services to the Queen, and highlighted Kate's close bond with her grandmother-in-law. Other members of the royal family to have received one include the Duchess of Cornwall, Princess Anne and the Countess of Wessex.MORE: Fans are loving Alex Jones' sassy new haircutThe Duchess was granted the title of Dame Grand Cross of the Royal Victorian Order earlier this yearEarlier this month, William and Kate's social media team shared a behind-the-scenes look at what happens ahead of an investiture ceremony. Taking to Instagram Stories, they posted a series of photos showing the insignia, all polished and clean and sitting ready in their boxes. The final checks are made by one of the Queen's staff members before the ceremony.Another image showed the sword, used to dub new knights, being prepared. The start of the ceremony is marked when the Queen's Yeomen (Her Majesty's bodyguards) enter the Ballroom in their distinctive scarlet embroidered uniforms and the national anthem is sounded.Make sure you never miss a ROYAL story! Sign up to our newsletter to get all of our celebrity, royal and lifestyle news delivered directly to your inbox.