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  • Jacqueline Jossa says 'I'm A Celebrity' was 'worse than giving birth'

    The actress also revealed she only took 10 showers during her jungle stay.

  • From Jo Swinson to Anna Soubry and Chuka Umunna: The biggest UK election casualties of 2019

    Boris Johnson's Tories have soared to an outright majority at the election, with many prominent politicians who were standing in their way failing to gain a seat.Former ministers, Tory defectors and even the leader of a major party were among those who fell short of securing a space in the Commons after the nation went to the polls.

  • Victorious John McDonnell heckled at election count

    Several people with lanyards on had to be pulled apart, with bystanders capturing the incident on mobile phones.

  • Beware the economic consequences of Boris Johnson’s election win

    To borrow a Keynesian phrase, soon we will all discover the economic consequences of Boris Johnson. Now with a majority and a mandate to carry out the (opaque) terms of the Conservative manifesto, what will the next five years and more have in store for our economy and our standard of living?Sajid Javid boldly stated a few weeks ago that the benefits of Brexit were “self-evident”. If so, they are also unquantified.

  • Strictly Come Dancing star forced to deny pregnancy rumours

    Catherine Tyldesley was forced to deny that she's expecting baby number two on Thursday, as she revealed she had some "VERY good" news ahead of the New Year, just hours after sharing photos of her baby bump when she was heavily pregnant with her son Alfie.WATCH: Catherine Tyldesley reveals all in Hello/ GoodbyeThe Strictly Come Dancing contestant was in a nostalgic mood ahead of her son's fifth birthday and posted some throwback photos of her bump shortly before she gave birth, writing: "The greatest blessing. Momma got biiiiig. I can't believe our little man will be 5 soon!!!"GALLERY: Strictly Come Dancing stars' baby bumpsJust a few hours later, she tweeted: "Today just got good. VERY good. 2020 momma loves you already," adding lots of smiley face and heart emojis. Fans were quick to congratulate Catherine on her exciting news, with many believing that Catherine could be pregnant with her second child. "Ummm Catherine. Are you PREGNANT?!? And if so please can Johannes be the godfather that would be amazing," one wrote. "Brother or sister for Alfie," another tweeted, while a third told Catherine: "Congratulations, I hope I have interpreted this correctly if I have we are so happy for you."Catherine Tyldesley shared a throwback photo of her pregnancy bumpHowever, the former Coronation Street star was quick to clear up any misunderstanding. "Noooo guys!! You've got the wrong end of the stick! I'm not pregnant! I just mean I'm excited for 2020!" she tweeted.STORY: Catherine Tyldesley's son and husband rushed to hospitalIt's little surprise Catherine is getting excited for the New Year; she will soon begin the Strictly Come Dancing live tour alongside her fellow contestants including Kelvin Fletcher, Karim Zeroual and Emma Barton. The 2019 contestants will perform on a 32-date tour starting in January, and judging by her excited post, Catherine may already have more exciting projects lined up for the rest of the year.Catherine Tyldesley and her husband Tom are parents to son AlfieCatherine and her husband Tom Pitfield welcomed their son in March 2015, and married the following year, in a ceremony they shared exclusively with HELLO! magazine, where Alfie was a page boy.Like this story? Sign up to our newsletter to get other stories like this delivered straight to your inbox.

  • Charlize Theron Accidentally Exposes Herself After Getting 'Too Excited' Over Bombshell SAG Nomination

    Charlize Theron Accidentally Exposes Herself Over Bombshell SAG Nom

  • Nicola Sturgeon criticised for 'graceless' wild celebration after SNP unseat Jo Swinson

    The SNP leader was seen on camera looking delighted that her candidate had claimed a big scalp this morning.