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Holly Willoughby is currently enjoying some time off from work during the summer holidays and has been keeping a low profile over the past few weeks. However, on Saturday, the This Morning star took to Instagram as she had some exciting news to celebrate on behalf of her friend, musician Andy Bell, the guitarist in the band Ride. The star shared a photo of Andy's new album cover This is Not a Safe Space and wrote: "Yaaaaas @andybebop.. you really are just brilliant and this is something to be hugely proud of." She also reposted Andy's announcement, where he thanked everyone for their support and revealed that he was also going to be going on tour.Holly Willoughby was very proud of her friend Andy BellThe TV presenter has been having a wonderful summer and is currently in the Algarve with her husband Dan Baldwin and their three children, Harry, Belle, and Chester. Along with her family, Holly's ITV co-stars are also in Portugal. Phillip Schofield and his wife Stephanie Lowe have been spending a lot of time with her over the past few weeks, along with Declan Donnelly and his wife Ali Astall and daughter Isla. In July, meanwhile, Rochelle and Marvin Humes took their daughters out there, but have since returned to London to carry out work commitments.MORE: Prince Harry and Meghan Markle take baby Archie on holiday to FranceHolly has been away with her family and ITV co-stars over the summerOn Friday, Dec joked that ITV bosses were forcing them all to go on holiday together. The star was talking on Chris Evans Breakfast Show on Virgin Radio, and was asked by Chris whether it was an: "ITV thing" and part of their contract to go away. Dec jokily replied: "Absolutely," before explaining: "It's brilliant, it's brilliant. And it's all kind of happened organically, we've all holidayed out here in the past and we just seem to meet up here in the August."READ: Ruth Langsford shares rare glimpse inside home she shares with Eamonn HolmesHolly and Phil took their families to see The Lion King on TuesdayOn Thursday, Phillip took to his Instagram stories to share several updates of the group's fun-filled evening, with Dec and Ali joining Phil, Stephanie, Holly and Dan for a dinner consisting of his "legendary" Memphis ribs. And it appears it was a success, as he later shared a photo of the group "full of ribs" outside their holiday villa.Holly and Phil often spend their summer holidays together in Portugal with their families, and this year has been no exception. The pair have been sharing occasional updates from their break on Instagram, including showing how they had watched an outdoor screening of The Lion King together on Tuesday.Like this story? Sign up to our newsletter to get other stories like this delivered straight to your inbox.
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The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have been spending some quality time together with their baby son Archie in the South of France. The family-of-three took a private jet to Nice on Wednesday and were pictured stepping off the plane. In photos published in The Sun, Meghan looked stylish wearing a white blouse and a matching sun hat while holding Archie, while Harry was dressed in a green polo shirt, blue cap, and sunglasses. The royals have been staying in a private villa overlooking the Mediterranean, but it is unsure whether they have since returned to the UK, as their private plane was recorded leaving the airport in France on Saturday.Meghan Markle and Prince Harry travelled to Nice in the South of FranceHarry and Meghan's trip to France follows just after their holiday in Ibiza, Spain. The family jetted off there to celebrate Meghan's 38th birthday at the beginning of August. Various Spanish media outlets reported that the trio flew on a private jet and stayed in a secluded villa for their six-day trip. They went out to the Spanish island on 6 August and returned on 12 August. In the next few weeks, Harry and Meghan are expected to also pay a visit to Balmoral to visit the Queen and Prince Philip during their annual summer break.MORE: Inside the Queen's royal train - see how the monarch travels in styleThe royal couple were last pictured with baby Archie in JulyIt's been an incredibly exciting time for Harry and Meghan, who became first-time parents in May following the arrival of Archie. The couple have kept a low-profile following their son's birth, and Archie has only been pictured on a number of occasions, most recently at a charity polo match in July, which Harry was competing in along with his brother Prince William. The Duchess of Cambridge and her three children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis were also in attendance and met their baby cousin for the first time there.READ: Prince Harry's August bank holiday plans revealedAnd while Meghan has kept a low profile during her maternity leave, it was announced at the end of July that she had been working on a secret project with Vogue over the past few months. Meghan guest-edited the September issue of the fashion publication, which is entitled Forces for Change. It features a collection of changemakers who have gone on to break barriers. The royal's guest-edited issue also includes Prince Harry, who interviewed the world-renowned ethologist and primatologist Dr Jane Goodall, while Archie is sweetly referred to in Meghan's editor's letter.Like this story? Sign up to our newsletter to get other stories like this delivered straight to your inbox.
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Tory MP accuses Boris Johnson of causing death threats against him in damning condemnation of 'demagogue' prime minister
A Conservative MP has accused Boris Johnson of putting his life at risk because his “tub-thumping populism” over Brexit has triggered death threats against him.In an extraordinary criticism, Dominic Grieve said the prime minister was “behaving like a demagogue” - arguing it led directly to “vile” and menacing messages from members of the public.The former attorney general spoke out after Mr Johnson claimed that MPs fighting a no-deal Brexit had joined in “a terrible collaboration” with Brussels in to keep the UK in the EU.“The rhetoric leads straightforwardly to the death threats which I receive,” Mr Grieve warned.“And this seems to me that the language he's using is not that of what I would expect of a Conservative prime minister.“We have a deeply divided country - I think we have to accept that - and we are not going to resolve this problem by the sort of tub-thumping populism which he's trying to espouse.“He's behaving like a demagogue, but I don't think we should be surprised about that given his track record.”After accusations such as “collaborator” or “traitor”, MPs “immediately start to receive really vile emails and communications from members of the public, and some of them contain death threats”, Mr Grieve told the BBC's Good Morning Scotland.“All of us who have been trying to stand up for our principles and for our country are recipients of this,” he added.On Wednesday, Mr Johnson blamed the “collaboration” for the EU refusing to budge on the rejected divorce deal, “because they still think Brexit can be blocked in parliament”.“The awful thing is that the longer that goes on the more likely it is of course that we will be forced to leave with a no-deal Brexit,” Mr Johnson claimed.The comments drew immediate criticism, with some MPs warning of a risk of a repeat of the murder of Labour MP Jo Cox by a right-wing fanatic.Mr Grieve added: “I want to save the Tory Party from the likes of Mr Johnson - he's hijacking it and taking it in directions which I find extremely worrying.”He repeated his belief that any caretaker government, if Mr Johnson is toppled in a no-confidence vote, could not be led by Mr Corbyn who was too divisive a figure.“It's absolutely vital in those circumstances that there should be high levels of trust in the person who is doing it and that they are seen as being there in a caretaker capacity with the support cross-party to achieve those goals,” Mr Grieve said.But the Labour leader continued to insist opponents of a no-deal Brexit should rally behind him to be the stopgap premier, before a general election is called.“I am the leader of the Labour Party, Labour is the largest opposition party by far. That is the process that must be followed,” Mr Corbyn said, on a visit to Bolton.
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My great uncle was murdered by Robert Mugabe's henchmen - now he is on the path to being made a saint
In September 1979, a British missionary was marched off his mountain in Zimbabwe and murdered in cold blood.