- News The Telegraph
Friends of the Duke of York have cast doubt on claims he was spotted dancing with a 17-year-old ‘sex slave’ in a nightclub, pointing out he attended a party at the same venue three days later.
- News The Independent
What will happen next to the Labour Party is one of the big questions beneath the surface of this election. If the Conservatives lose seven seats on Thursday, that creates one set of problems for Jeremy Corbyn: how to put together an administration that the Scottish National Party and Liberal Democrats would allow to govern?The more likely problem he will face is: should he resign now or later? If Boris Johnson wins a majority, Corbyn would probably want to stand down immediately. But the question for him and the clique around him is: how best to ensure the succession of a candidate who will continue their mission?
- News The Independent
Not quite a once-in-a-generation decision this one, but maybe a welcome distraction to the substantial proportion of the population, who are tired of the party battle. Maybe the sheer ordinariness of Jacqueline Jossa contrasted so starkly with our political leaders that the people turned to her for salvation - the People’s Queen of the Jungle.You see, the British general election, if you’ve not noticed, is full of people doing ridiculous stunts and trying to manipulate others, like in I’m a Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here! (ITV), but of course politics is designed for show-offs who are too ugly or untalented for showbiz. I’m a Celeb is probably also free of Russian interference, although there is a nasty rumour that Vladimir Putin gave orders for the Federal Security Service to remove Kate Garraway from the jungle. She knows too much, you see.
- News Yahoo Celebrity UK
Anton du Beke reaches the 'Strictly' final for only the second time - after competing in every series since it began
It's a rare year that Anton is fully booked until Christmas.
- Sports Evening Standard
The January Transfer Window opens for business in 24 days, with clubs across the continent thinking about bolstering the squads they upgraded during the summer months.Chelsea have won their CAS appeal against their Fifa transfer ban, meaning Frank Lampard could be busy in the winter market. With no fewer than five managers sacked in the Premier League already this season, the likes of Tottenham boss Jose Mourinho and interim Arsenal manager Freddie Ljungberg - if he is still in charge - may also look to adjust things next month.