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Graeme Swann has revealed the one thing that struck him the most about taking part in Strictly Come Dancing. Graeme was partnered with Oti Mabuse during his stint on Strictly. Opening up about who he wants to win, Graeme quickly admitted he is rooting for Faye Tozer.Entertainment Entertainment Tonight
The Duchess of Sussex's father is weighing in on the controversy.News The Independent
I'm A Celebrity 2018 final review: Tedious and unbearably predictable - Harry Redknapp makes for a fitting winner
Given how tediously, grindingly, unbearably predictable the whole proceedings have been, it was entirely fitting that I’m a Celebrity... Get Me Out Here should be won by Harry Redknapp.Cosmo
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Dozens of chartered planes carrying celebrities, including former U.S. secretary of state Hillary Clinton, flew into a sleepy airport in western India for the lavish pre-wedding festivities for the daughter of India's richest man. Isha Ambani, 27, daughter of Reliance Industries chairman Mukesh Ambani, will marry Anand Piramal, 33, in the financial capital of Mumbai next Wednesday, but the celebrations began this weekend in the desert city of Udaipur, with feasts, singing and dancing, and other pre-wedding rituals. Security was beefed up as the high-profile guests started arriving at Udaipur's airport, said a source at the scene, who asked not to be identified.News The Independent
A more politically powerful Tommy Robinson is the last thing Britain needs - why hasn’t Ukip recognised that?
The Brexit betrayal march in London today is a gift for Tommy Robinson (real name Stephen Yaxley-Lennon) in his ambition to be acknowledged as a mainstream leader of a legitimate national organisation - Ukip. For some idiotically irresponsible reason, Ukip’s senior party members have invited and welcomed Yaxley-Lennon into their party. At the start of Ukip’s political life, they possibly had something to say relevant to some of the British electorate.News Evening Standard
Brexit news latest: Boris Johnson says EU would use Irish backstop to 'blackmail' UK and half of £39bn divorce bill should be withheld until free trade deal agreed
Boris Johnson has claimed that the EU would use the Irish backstop in Theresa May’s Brexit plan to “blackmail” the UK and that half of the £39 billion divorce bill should be withheld until a free trade deal is agreed. The former foreign secretary insisted that the removing the backstop arrangement from the Prime Minister’s withdrawal bill was a “relatively simple job to do” and that the EU would renegotiate because “nobody on either side of the channel wants a no-deal Brexit”.Trending nowChristmas Searches