Connor Ball admits fears as he can't feel leg six months after Dancing On Ice injury

The Vamps star Connor Ball has revealed he went through a nerve in a nasty injury during his time on Dancing On Ice and might never get the feeling back
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Neighbours legend Annie Jones confirmed for farewell tour
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Coronation Street star Bill Fellows says Stu’s ‘murder’ storyline is ‘hurtful and heartbreaking’
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A-Level student opens unexpected results live on GMB
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Just Eat Takeaway sells iFood stake in £1.5 billion deal
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Tube strike causing travel misery across London
Services on the vast majority of Tube lines are suspended, with a very limited operation elsewhere.
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Voices: The Top 10 failures of all time, anywhere
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Horror moment yob glassed own friend scarring him for life caught on nightclub CCTV
Jake Saxon, 23, has been jailed after launching an unprovoked attack on his own friend at a bar in Buxton, leaving the victim with permanent facial scarring even after hospital treatment
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NHS Leaders Demand Government Take 'Urgent Action' On Energy Prices
NHS bosses have made an “unprecedented” appeal to the government to take action on rising energy prices as the UK faces a “public health emergency”.The NHS Confederation sent a letter to ministers on Friday, warning that surging costs mean people will have to choose between skipping meals to heat their homes or living in cold and damp conditions this winter.Health leaders said they are concerned that widespread fuel poverty will increase the high number of annual deaths associated with cold homes – estimated at 10,000 – and add pressure to an already overwhelmed health service.NHS Confederation chief executive Matthew Taylor said: “The country is facing a humanitarian crisis.“Many people could face the awful choice between skipping meals to heat their homes and having to live in in cold, damp and very unpleasant conditions.“This in turn could lead to outbreaks of illness and sickness around the country and widen health inequalities, worsen children’s life chances, and leave an indelible scar on local communities.”Taylor said these outbreaks of illness will strike “just as the NHS is likely to experience the most difficult winter on record”.“NHS leaders have made this unprecedented intervention as they know that fuel poverty will inevitably lead to significant extra demand on what are already very fragile services,” he added.“Health leaders are clear that, unless urgent action is taken by the government, this will cause a public health emergency.”It comes as energy regulator Ofgem is set to raise the cap on energy prices from October, leading household bills to soar.The government has faced calls to freeze bills or provide more support to households, but ministers have said no action will be taken until a new prime minister is in place on September 5.On why the NHS Confederation is getting involved over energy bills, Taylor told BBC Radio 4’s Today programme: “It is absolutely clear that if more people are suffering from fuel poverty, more people are unable to heat their homes – that will drive additional demand.“It’s our duty to flag the fact that it looked as though we could be heading for additional demand on a system which is already, even in the middle of August, finding it very difficult to meet demand, and facing an extremely difficult winter.”Challenged on whether the NHS letter to ministers is “overtly political”, Taylor said: “It’s not our job to tell the Government what to do.“It’s our responsibility to be clear about what is likely to be happening in terms of health needs and the capacity of the NHS to cope.”He added that the NHS Confederation is speaking on behalf of hundreds of health leaders across the UK.“We’re making this call because leaders have asked us to make this because they can see the growing problems in their community and amongst lower paid staff, and they are concerned about the fact that they’ll be facing additional demands, more people who felt sick during winter, and it’s our responsibility to speak about that,” he said.“It is a major public health issue.”
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Rail strikes: Which trains are running on Saturday?
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Damage to Ukraine nuclear power plant ‘would be suicide’, warns UN chief
Ukraine has accused Russia of using Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant, the largest nuclear plant in Europe, as a shield to launch strikes
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Chanel’s allure mascara is here, and we got a first look
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Darius Danesh: Gerard Butler ‘devastated’ after sudden death of ‘brother in arms’
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Barcelona identify Arsenal’s Hector Bellerin as latest transfer target
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Four-month warning issued to anybody who drinks pints of beer
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Cameron Norrie eases past Ben Shelton to seal quarter-final spot at Western and Southern Open
Cameron Norrie’s encouraging US Open preparations continued as he easily reached the quarter-finals in Cincinnati on Thursday night.
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Linda Evangelista Reveals Her Face, Jaw And Neck Were Taped Back For Vogue Cover Shoot
Linda Evangelista has revealed that “tape and elastics” were used on her face, jaw and neck for her cover shoot for British Vogue.The supermodel was candid about the measures that were taken for the photoshoot after she underwent a cosmetic procedure that she says left her “brutally disfigured”.The iconic supermodel recently settled a lawsuit with Zeltiq CoolSculpting after a fat-freezing cosmetic treatment led to her developing paradoxical adipose hyperplasia (PAH), a rare adverse effect ​​of the procedure in which fatty tissue grows instead of shrinking.For her return to the pages of the fashion bible, the 57-year-old’s make-up artist Pat McGrath gently drew her face, jaw and neck back with tape and elastics.View this post on InstagramA post shared by British Vogue (@britishvogue)“That’s not my jaw and neck in real life – and I can’t walk around with tape and elastics everywhere,” Linda told the magazine.“You know what, I’m trying to love myself as I am, but for the photos… Look, for photos I always think we’re here to create fantasies. We’re creating dreams. I think it’s allowed.“Also, all my insecurities are taken care of in these pictures, so I got to do what I love to do.”Elsewhere in her emotional interview, Linda admitted that she would never have undergone the cosmetic procedure if she had known of the possible risks involved.View this post on InstagramA post shared by British Vogue (@britishvogue)“If I had known side effects may include losing your livelihood and you’ll end up so depressed that you hate yourself… I wouldn’t have taken that risk,” she said.To counter the side effects of her procedure, the 57-year-old revealed she has undergone liposuction and tried extreme diets, but nothing has had the desired result.Linda said: “I have incisions all over my body. I have had stitches, I have worn compression garments under my chin, I’ve had my entire body tightly girdled for eight weeks – nothing helped… I was losing my mind.”View this post on InstagramA post shared by British Vogue (@britishvogue)British Vogue reported that Linda is still struggling with her self-image, can no longer look in the mirror or have have anyone touch her body.The Canadian star insisted: “Am I cured mentally? Absolutely not. But I’m so grateful for the support I got from my friends and from my industry.“I miss my work so much, but honestly, what can I do? It isn’t going to be easy. You’re not going to see me in a swimsuit, that’s for sure. It’s going to be difficult to find jobs with things protruding from me; without retouching, or squeezing into things, or taping things or compressing or tricking…”The full feature is in the September issue of British Vogue, which is available from Tuesday. Read the full interview with Linda at www.vogue.co.uk.READ MORE:Supermodel Linda Evangelista Poses For First Photos Since Claiming Cosmetic Surgery Left Her 'Brutally Disfigured'Linda Evangelista Opens Up About Procedure That Left Her 'Disfigured' As She Covers British VogueLinda Evangelista Settles Lawsuit Over Cosmetic Procedure That Left Her 'Brutally Disfigured'
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Deontay Wilder claims Anthony Joshua is “broken” ahead of Oleksandr Usyk rematch
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George Clinton & Parliament-Funkadelic review, Los Angeles: A fabulous farewell from funk great
As his globe-hopping goodbye tour nears its climax, 81-year-old Clinton is still causing chaos while enjoying his victory lap
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GMB’s Ranvir Singh shares co-star is leaving show after presenter shake-up
Good Morning Britain is set to undergo a further presenter shake-up, host Ranvir Singh confirmed on Friday morning
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Should there be speed limits for cyclists?
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Good practice for university! A-level students hit the town to celebrate exam successes or sorrows
Scores of young people appeared in high spirits as they hit bars and clubs last night to celebrate with friends into the small hours after their A-level results and preparing to head off for university.
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“We couldn’t be happier": Historic Manchester pub reopens following six-figure refurb
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The VERY glamorous relatives of former tennis greats
The young relatives of international tennis heroes Ivan Lendl, Jimmy Connors and Yannick Noah all live glamorous lives that are the envy of their social media followers.
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Emma Watson shows off hair transformation ahead of directorial debut with Prada
The Harry Potter star brought back her pixie cut for a collaboration with the designer
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James ‘Whitey’ Bulger: three charged with 2018 prison killing of Boston crime boss
Bulger’s death raised questions about why known ‘snitch’ was placed in general jail population instead of secure quartersThree men, including a mafia hitman, have been charged in the 2018 prison killing of the notorious Boston crime boss James “Whitey” Bulger.Bulger’s death raised questions about why the known “snitch” was placed in the West Virginia prison’s general population instead of in more protective quarters. Continue reading...
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Granit Xhaka tells Mikel Arteta he has discovered "proper leader" in Arsenal side
The divisive Switzerland international has given his verdict on one of the newer figures inside the Gunners dressing room after a stellar start to the new season
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Ethiopian Airlines plane misses landing after both pilots fall asleep
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UK faces energy bills 'humanitarian crisis' with 'unprecedented' death risk, warns NHS chief
Matthew Taylor, head of the NHS Confederation, wrote to ministers as he warned cold homes can cause 10,000 additional deaths in a normal year - and an 'unprecedented' number of people won't be able to put the heating on
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The Cheshire postcode that is booming for first-time buyers looking for 'traditional' home
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Florida teacher arrested after missing boy found in her home
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Passenger plane pilots ‘fall asleep at 37,000 feet’ and fly past airport
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Liz Truss Accused Of Supporting 'Devastating' Public Spending Cuts
Liz Truss has been accused of showing “her true colours” after a 2009 paper promoting vast government spending cuts was unearthed.The Tory leadership frontrunner called for patients to be charged to see their GP and for doctors’ pay to be slashed by 10%.She floated the ideas in a controversial report she co-authored when she was deputy director of the Reform think-tank.Labour said Truss’s report from 13 years ago, entitled “Back to Black”, revealed that “the reality of her agenda is devastating cuts”.The report also called for the abolition of universal child benefit, the removal of the winter fuel payment, and the axing of several major military procurement projects including the Royal Navy’s planned aircraft carriers HMS Queen Elizabeth and HMS Prince of Wales – which were described as “inappropriate defence projects”.It was resurfaced by TalkTV on Thursday and was also reported by the i paper in January.Truss’s campaign attempted to distance the Tory leadership candidate from the paper, telling TalkTV’s The News Desk: “Co-authoring a document does not mean that someone supports every proposal put forward.“Liz is focused on her bold economic plan to boost growth, cut taxes and put money back into hardworking people’s pockets”.But Labour pointed out she had led the promotion of the report in articles for both The Spectator and ConservativeHome.Labour deputy leader Angela Rayner said: “Liz Truss’s track record shows her true colours. She is out of touch and out of step with the public.“The reality of her agenda is devastating cuts that risk national security, punishing patients already facing record waiting times and cutting the pay of frontline workers.“Her desperate attempts to distance herself from her own views now will fool no-one.”Polls have consistently put Truss as clear favourite to win the race for No.10, with elections guru Sir John Curtice saying he would be “extraordinarily surprised” if she does not take office.He told The Times that the foreign secretary “would have to foul up in some spectacular fashion” for her rival Rishi Sunak to enter Downing Street.Truss and Sunak will take part in a hustings in Manchester on Friday evening, as the pair continue to criss-cross the country to try and shore up the support of Tory members.Related...Labour Demands Recall Of Parliament Amid Bleak Cost-Of-Living WarningsLabour Membership Down By 130,000 From Corbyn-Era PeakThe Number Of UK Families Facing Fuel Poverty This Winter Is Shocking
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Kim Jong-un’s sister tells South Korean president to ‘shut his mouth’ after nuclear weapons offer
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London bus strike: When is walkout and which routes are affected?
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Michael Buble’s sister-in-law injured in horror crash in Argentina
Singer Michael Buble’s sister-in-law Daniela Lopilato has been left with injuries following her car being involved in a horror crash in Argentina, just weeks ahead of the singer's wife welcoming their fourth child into the world
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The Mountain Goats: Bleed Out review – a concept album that leads with bloody revenge
(Merge)Shot through with pop-culture references, this 21st album from the indie rockers is brilliantly executed but offers limited emotional depthOne might think of John Darnielle as a more emotionally and musically forgiving counterpart to Mark E Smith: determinedly following his own prolific path, and if it’s him and your granny on bongos, it’s still the Mountain Goats. On his 21st official album he’s in the concept game again. Previous records have been inspired by role-playing games and an adolescence of listening to goth bands; now Bleed Out takes its lead from the bloody revenges exacted by the protagonists of action movies, set to indie rock that veers from folky to near metal in Wage Wars Get Rich Die Handsome.It’s not a novelty record – Darnielle has said he is fascinated by the fact that revenge seems so appealing precisely because it’s unavailable to those who don’t live in action movies – but it’s shot through with pop-culture references, and images that are familiar to anyone who watches movies in which gun-toting men pursue their nemeses. Training Montage’s title is utterly on the nose: it describes the set-up everyone has seen a thousand times. Cliches are nailed throughout the album, down to men who “have loosely gathered / To stand in doorways / Making small talk / About the weather”, in Guys on Every Corner. Continue reading...
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Prince William charity invests in bank tied to fossil fuels
The conservation charity founded by Prince William, second in line to the British throne and a well-known environmentalist, keeps its investments in a bank that is one of the world’s biggest backers of fossil fuels
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Real Madrid 'find Casemiro replacement' and more Manchester United transfer rumours
Man United are desperately trying to bolster their midfield ranks and Casemiro is now on Erik ten Hag's wish list.
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Son furious as pensioner mum's energy bill rockets to £6,000 - eating up half her income
Brits say they are being left skint from unaffordable energy bills, with many saying these rising costs are leaving them skint and warning of civil disorder when prices go up again in October
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Trevor Noah explains why he publicly called out Kanye West for behaviour towards Pete Davidson
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Daughter 'sensed things weren't right' with 'feisty mum' - she died after discovering she had this rare disease
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Emma Raducanu hails ‘great step’ ahead of US Open title defence amid return to attacking approach
Emma Raducanu will head into her US Open title defence relieved she is swinging freely again and back playing the brand of attacking tennis that took her to her fairytale win at Flushing Meadows last year.
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Russia 'tells its staff at Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant not to come to work'
Andriy Yusov, spokesman for Ukraine's main military intelligence branch, said Russian staff working at the occupied Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant had been ordered not to show up on Friday.
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Mahathir expects early polls, ruling party gains in Malaysia
Former Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad expects Malaysia’s graft-tainted ruling party will hold general elections in coming months — and could win big
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Casemiro's mum drops huge Man Utd transfer hint as fans notice her Instagram activity
Real Madrid midfielder Casemiro is closing in on a landmark transfer to Manchester United as the Red Devils look to ramp up their transfer business after a slow summer
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Frank Lebouef fears Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang will flop at Chelsea because of Thomas Tuchel
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