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  • Keith Lemon fans rush to support star following surprising announcement

    Keith Lemon is getting ready to put his artistic talents to good use as he swaps celebrity silliness for arts and crafts. The Celebrity Juice presenter, who studied art and design at Leeds College of Art, will present Channel 4's brand new show, The Fantastical Factory Of Curious Craft, alongside Naked Attraction host Anna Richardson.Taking to Instagram to share the news, he said: "Can finally announce that I've recently and still am very busy working at 'The Fantastical Factory of curious craft' with the lovely @annarichardso. Sooo much joyous fun! Anyone who knows me knows I enjoy a bit of arts and craft! Will be on the telly early next year on C4." Fans and celebrity friends were quick to show their support with Emma Bunton commenting: "Can't wait for this!" and a follower writing: "Yes Keith... looking forward to this soooo much." "Your artistic skills are legendary Mr L," another added.Keith Lemon and Anna Richardson posing togetherThe brand new show will see crafty competitors create their own artistic props of 'epic proportions' on set of a surreal factory, according to a new brief given to them by 'factory owner' Keith each episode. In the first round, crafters will create a bespoke item for Keith to judge. He will then choose the three most impressive creations with the help of quality control experts to advance to round two, where a celebrity guest will commission them to make 'the most fantastical creation of their lives'. And one of those three contestants will be chosen as the winner of the show.Speaking of his new role, Keith said: "I've always had love for making things, drawing and painting. I'm also a very good dancer. But that's for a different show. I honestly can't wait to get in that Fantastical World of Factory of curious craft to marvel at the mad skills of our crafters! In fact, I'm changing my middle name of Ian to 'craft'! Keith Crafty Lemon! Word!" Keith already channels his creative side into the designs of his own clothing brand, Kil Clothes, which he and good friend Holly Willoughby has been spotted wearing. He also regularly shares his artistic creations on his Instagram account, using the hashtag LemonArt.

  • Camden stabbing: Victim, 25, was killed by machete-wielding attackers to ‘score points’, says girlfriend

    A young man was fatally stabbed by masked killers “scoring points” in a postcode war, his girlfriend said today.The 25-year-old, named locally as Assad, was knifed to death in Camden High Street at 11.10pm on Thursday, the third murder victim in the borough of Camden in five days.

  • Uh, People Aren‘t Allowed to Bring Up Meghan Markle and Prince Harry to the Queen

    Her Majesty was “hurt” Meghan ditched her for NYC.

  • EU given Brexit draft with backstop scrubbed out, UK sources admit

    PM’s negotiators intent on waiting until last minute before sharing plan with Brussels. Boris Johnson’s Brexit negotiators have so far only presented the EU with a draft of the withdrawal agreement with the backstop scrubbed out, UK government sources have confirmed. In a move that has caused tensions with EU leaders, Johnson’s team are refusing to put forward a written proposal to Brussels at this stage for fear it will be rejected out of hand or publicly rubbished. Instead, they want to wait until almost the last minute before the October summit before presenting a plan to the EU, with just two weeks before the UK is due to leave the bloc. The UK government source said the two sides had debated alternatives to the backstop in written discussion documents - such as an all-Ireland regulatory zone and customs checks away from the border - but they would not be putting forward a legal text to the EU at this stage. There have been reports that David Frost, the UK’s lead negotiator, is keeping a plan locked safe in his briefcase but the wording has not been shared with Brussels. Frustration with the UK’s approach broke into the open on Monday as Xavier Bettel, the prime minister of Luxembourg, gave a press conference next to an empty podium following a meeting with Johnson, who refused to take part because of loud protests nearby. Bettel said the UK government needed to put on paper an alternative to the Irish backstop, and appeared to suggest that party political considerations might be standing in the way. “I told him: ‘I hear a lot but I don’t read a lot.’ If they want to discuss anything we need to have it written [down] … Don’t put the blame on us because they don’t know how to get out of the situation they put themselves in,” Bettel said. As the chaotic scenes were played out, the European commission issued a statement disclosing that its president, Jean-Claude Juncker, had told the prime minister it was his responsibility to come forward with legally operational solutions and that “such proposals have not yet been made”. Johnson has brushed off the Luxembourg incident with a claim that he is still working towards a deal and believes EU leaders will want to strike an agreement because they have had a “bellyful” of Brexit. He spoke to Angela Merkel, the German chancellor, on Tuesday morning, agreeing to have further discussions with her in New York at the UN general assembly next week. There are only three days left until the end of the 30-day deadline Merkel gave Johnson last month to come up with alternative solutions to remove the need for a backstop, which Eurosceptics in parliament refuse to vote for because it could keep the UK indefinitely in a customs union. Johnson is also likely to meet Donald Tusk, the European council president, at the UN conference and No 10 hopes that some progress towards a deal could be made at that summit. However, many in Brussels are sceptical there is enough time left to do a deal. It is just one month before the crucial EU summit on 17 October, where Johnson hopes to secure a deal, and six weeks before the UK is due to leave on 31 October unless it requests an extension. Johnson is mandated by the UK parliament to seek a three-month extension if he does not strike a Brexit deal by then. He has insisted he will not do this but has not set out how he would avoid such an outcome. Robert Buckland, the justice secretary, refused on Tuesday to rule out a second prorogation as part of No 10’s tactics to achieve a no-deal Brexit. Asked on BBC Radio 4’s Today programme whether the current suspension of parliament could happen again, Buckland said: “Harold Wilson said a week is a long time in politics. It seems like an hour is a long time in politics at the moment. “For me to sit here and imagine what might happen at the end of October, I think, is idle. What I do know, if we are able to, we will have a Queen’s speech in mid-October, there will be debate during that time and a vote as well, and perhaps a series of votes. “Parliament has already shown its power. It had a week in September where it made pretty significant legislation. I think the idea that somehow parliament has been prevented from having its voice doesn’t seem to be borne out by events, frankly.”

  • Beverly Hills 90210 star Brian Turk dies, aged 49

    He is survived by his wife and 8-year-old son.

  • Anneka Rice out of 'Strictly' group dance after being injured by Anton Du Beke

    The 60-year-old TV presenter revealed Anton Du Beke threw her in the air when she already had an injured shoulder.