Dancing On Ice's Holly Willoughby stuns in elegant black gown worth £1.5k

Holly Willoughby looked sensational ahead of her appearance on tonight's Dancing On Ice. The television presenter donned a striking black gown from the designer Costarellos
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Mourinho claims Pogba should have been sent off in Tottenham defeat vs Man Utd
Despite taking the lead Spurs once again fell to defeat but Mourinho thinks his side should have been playing against ten men
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Baftas remember first president Prince Philip after his death: ‘He occupies a special place in Bafta history’
The hosts recognised the support Prince Philip gave British cinema.
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Roy Keane hails ‘outstanding’ Edinson Cavani after Manchester United beat Tottenham
'His performance was outstanding.'
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Roy Keane slams "dreadful" Man Utd star despite Tottenham win
Fred was on the scoresheet as Man Utd came from behind to beat Tottenham in north London but the Brazilian's goal hasn't spared him from a scathing Roy Keane assessment
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'I'm doing a PhD and two jobs but my partner expects me to do all the chores'
A man has sparked fierce debate after taking to Reddit to admit that he had told his partner he didn't have time to help out around the house or cook dinner for her
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Jose Mourinho calls for Paul Pogba red card after Tottenham capitulate against Manchester United
Jose Mourinho says Paul Pogba should have been sent off as Tottenham fell to defeat at home to Manchester United.
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Kay Burley hints at Sky News return following suspension after lockdown bash
Kay Burley was suspended from her role at Sky News in December 2020 after breaking coronavirus lockdown rules to celebrate her 60th birthday
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Bafta Film Awards 2021: Winners list in full
Updated as the winners are announced during tonight’s ceremony
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Ben Jennings on the easing of England’s Covid restrictions – cartoon
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Man City 'make Grealish top target', Kane decides on future and more rumours
Man City have reportedly made Jack Grealish their number one target and more transfer rumours.
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Chanelle Hayes deletes 'inappropriate' Insta post after Nikki Grahame's death
The Big Brother star apologised that a scheduled post went out on her social channels shortly after it was announced that fellow former BB housemate Nikki had passed away
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WWE WrestleMania 37 at risk? Tampa Bay weather update with thunderstorms as local attractions shut down
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Who is H in Line of Duty? The prime suspects in series six
It's the question on everyone's lips - just who is baddie H in hit BBC police drama Line of Duty?
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‘It was obviously a goal’ - Scott McTominay on Manchester United VAR decision and win vs Tottenham
Scott McTominay refused to criticise referee Chris Kavanagh for his decision to deny Manchester United an early goal during their comeback win at Tottenham, though claimed it was “obviously” the wrong decision.
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Look what you've done Macron! EU set for more vaccine chaos as AstraZeneca jab rejected
FURIOUS Britons have blamed EU leaders as confidence in the use of AstraZeneca vaccines across the bloc continues to plummet.
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Mason Greenwood seals Manchester United’s comeback at Tottenham
Same manager, similar players, same result. The familiar pattern played out again. Tottenham had a lead and Tottenham lost the lead and the result is that the gap to the top four is now six points.It was the reverse round of fixtures in October – Leeds unnerving Manchester City, West Ham outplaying Leicester, Aston Villa thrashing Liverpool – that created the sense that this was not going to be a normal season. Tottenham’s 6-1 win at Old Trafford even conjured what now seems the frankly implausible thought that Spurs might be able to mount a title challenge. How long ago that seems now. All that remains to be decided, it feels, are the circumstances of José Mourinho’s departure, when it happens and how big his payoff is. Continue reading...
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Tottenham vs Manchester United result: Mason Greenwood and Edinson Cavani cap crucial comeback
Tottenham Hotspur 1-3 Manchester United: Edinson Cavani and Mason Greenwood completed the visitors’ second-half comeback to deal a major blow in the top-four race
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Son charged with murder after mother, 85, dies in bathtub 'from neck injuries'
Metropolitan Police detectives named the alleged murder victim as Loretta Herman, who was discovered dead in her bathtub at her Ilford, east London bungalow
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Cameron says ‘lessons to be learnt’ from lobbying row
David Cameron has accepted he should have communicated with the Government “through only the most formal of channels” as he acknowledged he made mis-steps over the Greensill Capital lobbying controversy.
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Selena Gomez arrested as she’s soaked in blood for Only Murders in the Building
She gave onlookers an eyeful!
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Paul Pogba is giving Manchester United what they want after Tottenham win
Man United are all but assured of finishing second in the Premier League after a fabulous second-half performance against Tottenham.
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Prince Philip 'never got to meet' the two great-grand children named after him
Princess Eugenie and Zara Tindall both honoured the Duke of Edinburgh, who died on Friday just two months before turning 100, but it is believed he never had a chance to meet the last two additions to the royal family
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David Cameron breaks silence on Greensill lobbying scandal
Ex-PM says he acted within rules but admits he has reflected on conduct and ‘important lessons’ will be learned David Cameron has broken his silence over months of lobbying ministers on behalf of the scandal-hit company Greensill, saying he was within the rules but admitting he had reflected on his conduct and that “important lessons” would be learned.The former prime minister, who spent months lobbying for the company including sending texts to the chancellor, Rishi Sunak, two other ministers and senior Treasury and No 10 officials, said he had not broken codes of conduct or government rules. Continue reading...
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Series 7, Episode 6: Dale Vince
Dale Vince is a green energy industrialist and owner of 'Ecotricity'. He's also the owner of perhaps the greenest and only vegan football club, The Forest Green Rovers.
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Fraudsters who swindled thousands out of those who trusted them the most
The Manchester Evening Newslooks back on the cases where crooks stole thousands from their place of work
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Benedict Cumberbatch to lead cast of Netflix series The 39 Steps
The new project will begin filming in 2022.
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Tottenham 1-3 Manchester United: Edinson Cavani shines as Spurs collapse again
Edinson Cavani’s late diving header saw Manchester United come from behind against Tottenham after the striker saw an opener controversially ruled out by VAR.
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Bafta Film Awards 2021: How to watch and who is nominated
Nomadland and Rocks lead the nominations for this year’s ceremony
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Baftas 2021: Britain’s big film awards night – live!
All the action as Bafta goes virtual for its star-studded awards ceremony and the industry’s best-known names wait with bated breath 6.39pm BST Now, before the show starts, I have a couple of updates. The first is that there has actually been a red carpet of sorts. Obviously it’s much smaller than usual – Tom Hiddleston appears to be the biggest name there – but it does present us with a chance to play a new red carpet game called Vaccinated, Thirsty, Or Unintimidated By Death. This is how it works: you look at a picture of a real-life Bafta attendee and try to figure out whether they’re old enough to have realistically already been given a double dose of Covid vaccine (my money is on Jonathan Pryce for this), whether they’re so attention seeking that they’re willing to risk their own health for a photo opportunity (hello Tom Hiddleston), or whether they place a genuinely terrifying lack of value on their own life (best guess: Pedro Pascal). Fun game, right? Have fun in the comments. 6.28pm BST Welcome, one and all, to the 2021 Guardian Bafta awards liveblog. As you might have already gathered, tonight’s Baftas will be slightly unusual. There will be two hosts instead of one, for example, and some of the awards were given out at a separate ceremony last night. Oh, and barely anyone will be in attendance, for fear that they’ll cough and accidentally wipe out the entire international film-making community.That’s right, it’s going to be another semi-virtual awards show. In truth, we’ve had a year of these already, so we already know what to expect. This Bafta ceremony will be smaller in scale than usual. There’ll be no traditional red carpet to speak of, so everyone will just Instagram their dresses from their own living rooms. There won’t be an afterparty, so I won’t end the evening crammed into a hotel basement right next to the toilets, like last year. Plus, if you’ve watched any of the nominated films at all, you probably didn’t watch them in a cinema, what with the pandemic and all. Continue reading...
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Nikki Grahame made 'special memories' in Oz before 'struggling' in lockdown
Big Brother's Nikki Grahame spent her final holiday in Australia with her pals, making 'special memories' before the coronavirus pandemic brought things to a halt
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Fungie the dolphin 'spotted off Irish coast' 6 months after vanishing from home
Fungie the dolphin, who appeared in Dingle Bay in 1983 and since become one of the areas most beloved residents, has reportedly been spotted off the Irish coast, six months after vanishing
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Tottenham player ratings vs Manchester United: Lack of confidence evident in error-strewn displays
Tottenham went down 3-1 to Manchester United to leave their top-four hopes and Jose Mourinho’s job hanging by a thread.
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David Cameron insists he ‘complied with rules’ when lobbying Government
The former Prime Minister reportedly took a financier for a private drink with the Health Secretary.
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Katie Price says mum's terminal illness 'slowing her down' but she's 'fighting'
Katie Price's mum Amy suffers from idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis, a diagnosis she received four years ago as she continues to fight
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Man held on suspicion of arson and murder in Sidmouth, Devon after body of woman found
Victim’s death is being treated as ‘unexplained’
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Greensill affair: David Cameron accepts ‘lessons to be learnt’ as he breaks silence over lobbying scandal
David Cameron insisted he broke no rules over his lobbying for the failed finance firm Greensill - but admitted he should have communicated with the government “through only the most formal of channels”.
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Locked up so far in April: The criminals jailed in Greater Manchester this month
These are some of the criminals that have recently been jailed in Greater Manchester
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Tottenham vs Manchester United result: Player ratings as Edinson Cavani inspires comeback win
Spurs 1-3 Man United: Son’s opener cancelled out by Fred before Cavani and Greenwood win the points late on
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Man, 54, is charged with murder after 85-year-old woman was strangled to death in a bathtub
On Saturday, Metropolitan Police officers charged Mark Herman, 54, with murdering the elderly woman at a bungalow on Rushden Gardens in north-east London.
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‘I had not one friend in the job to debrief with’: life as an Indigenous police officer
Veronica Gorrie joined the force to ‘break the cycle of fear’ she grew up with. By the time she left, she was carrying additional burdensBack when she was a police officer, Veronica Gorrie would come home after a bad shift, break out the Pine O Cleen and scrub her way from the front door all through the house. She reckoned the disinfectant’s stringent scent helped override the smell of death and despair that hung about her uniform like a pall, but the attention to cleanliness was also a product of the OCD and PTSD she’d developed through the job. She once blew up the TV by scrubbing the reverse side of the screen. Related: 'The whole canon is being reappraised': how the #MeToo movement upended Australian poetry Continue reading...
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Sheffield United v Arsenal: Premier League – live!
Live updates as Arsenal travel to rock-bottom Sheffield UnitedTight at the top: hopes and fears in the tussle for top fourGet in touch! Email Daniel 6.30pm BST Back to Martinelli, I know he’s come back from a nasty injury, but I thought we’d have seen more of him this season – he’s playing today mainly because Aubameyang is ill. I guess I didn’t anticipate Pepe’s improvement nor Saka’s move to the wing – I thought he’d stay in midfield – but even so, he might be the future and Lacazette, who’s played loads, absolutely isn’t. 6.24pm BST Email! “At other times, at better times,” laments a wistful Charles Antaki, “the Arsenal fan would be entitled to think that playing so many of the first team against the lowliest of the low is in the nature of the hammer, the nut, and the crack. There is, after all, the Europa league coming up. But these are not other times, and certainly not better times.”It’s tricky, because wins breed wins, and failure to do so here would not send them off to Prague with the happy vibe they’re going to need. But an injury to Saka or Partey would be a fairly significant aggravation. Continue reading...
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Manchester United player ratings vs Tottenham: Edinson Cavani delivers masterclass in movement
Manchester United fought back from a goal down to claim a 3-1 win at Tottenham on Sunday to tighten their grip on second place in the Premier League table.
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5 talking points as Cavani inspires Man Utd to comeback victory vs Tottenham
Son Heung-Min had given Spurs a controversial lead but goals from Fred, Cavani and Greenwood saw United claim the three points in North London
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Tottenham vs Manchester United: Five things we learned as Edinson Cavani completes Premier League comeback
Tottenham 1-3 Manchester United: Edinson Cavani strikes to complete United comeback and land major blow in top-four race
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Manchester United player ratings: Paul Pogba and Edinson Cavani good
Fred and Edinson Cavani scored for Man United in their win at Spurs and here are how the players rated at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
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Doctor shares safest way to wear seatbelt when pregnant - and mums had no idea
An A&E doctor has gone viral on TikTok after sharing the 'correct' way for pregnant women to wear a seatbelt in a car, in order to keep the baby as safe as possible
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Israel appears to confirm it carried out cyberattack on Iran nuclear facility
Shutdown happened hours after Natanz reactor’s new centrifuges were started Israel appeared to confirm claims that it was behind a cyber-attack on Iran’s main nuclear facility on Sunday, which Tehran’s nuclear energy chief described as an act of terrorism that warranted a response against its perpetrators.The apparent attack took place hours after officials at the Natanz reactor restarted spinning advanced centrifuges that could speed up the production of enriched uranium, in what had been billed as a pivotal moment in the country’s nuclear programme. Continue reading...
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