• Davina McCall forced to apologise for swearing on This Morning

    Davina McCall was a natural presenting This Morning alongside Rochelle Humes on Friday. But there was one little slip-up even her pretty new hairstyle couldn't distract from - a viewer swearing live on air! The 51-year-old was forced to apologise after viewer Kristina cursed while relaying a story about the one that got away during Vanessa Feltz’s call-in segment.Explaining her broken heart, Krisina said: "I am gutted, I was on and off with this girl for eight months and things naturally came to a halt because she was going off travelling. That ended in February and we are six months on now and I am still like (expletive), I am heartbroken.'" However, being the pro that she is, Davina quickly intervened, telling Kristina to "excuse your language," as co-host Rochelle reminded her that they were on "daytime" TV.Davina was forced to apologise for a viewer swearing on airMORE: From Mollie King to Molly-Mae & Meghan Markle - why the bun is the ultimate hairstyle for summerAfter the caller apologised for her language, Davina said: "It's alright, it happens to the best of us." But once Kristina ended the call, Davina was forced to step in and apologise to viewers again. "We would just like apologise very quickly again for that naughty slip of the tongue that Kristina made," she said.Looks like a fun night!MORE: Pucker up! 10 of our favourite red lipsticks right nowThe TV star and Rochelle did a great job at standing in for Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield while they enjoy their summer break from the ITV show. The pair are currently enjoying a trip to Portugal with their families, and have even been joined by Declan Donnelly. On Thursday, Phillip revealed on Instagram that Dec and his wife Ali Astall had joined him, Holly and her husband Dan Baldwin for his "legendary" Memphis ribs. And it appears the dinner was a success, as Phil later shared a photo of the group "full of ribs" outside their holiday villa.Like this story? Sign up to our newsletter to get other stories like this delivered straight to your inbox.

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    The royal couple have welcomed a new member to the team

  • Andy Murray says he is 'done' with doubles - and condemns Nick Kyrgios' boorish behaviour

    “Doubles is done for me for the time being,” said Andy Murray on Thursday night, despite earning a place in the quarter-finals of the Cincinnati Masters alongside his Spanish partner Feliciano Lopez.

  • 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.

  • Kareem Abdul Jabbar calls Quentin Tarantino's use of Bruce Lee in 'Once Upon A Time In Hollywood' 'somewhat racist'

    Basketball legend Kareem Abdul-Jabbar has launched a scathing attack on Quentin Tarantino for his depiction of his friend and Game Of Death co-star Bruce Lee in Once Upon A Time In Hollywood.

  • Thames Valley Police pay tribute to PC Andrew Harper

    Thames Valley Police have given a press conference following the death of PC Andrew Harper. The 28-year-old newlywed was dragged along by a vehicle before he died while attending reports of a burglary in the Berkshire village of Sulhamstead. Chief Constable John Campbell said: "A murder investigation has been launched and currently there are 10 people who have been arrested on suspicion of murder".

  • 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.