Katie Price accuses TV bosses of failing to protect her when she was assaulted at gunpoint

Katie Price has slammed TV bosses, accusing them of failing to protect her when she was assaulted at gunpoint during filming for her former reality show.
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Joachim Andersen sent sickening death threats after role in Darwin Nunez red card
New Liverpool striker Darwin Nunez was sent off on his Anfield debut after lashing out against Crystal Palace defender Joachim Anderson in Monday's Premier League draw
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Sprinter Ricardo Dos Santos ‘doesn’t feel safe’ driving in London after latest stop by police
Mr Dos Santos suggests he changed family car in bid not to be racially profiled by police, following series of incidents
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8 Best water butts to buy UK: efficient solutions to water saving
With the UK experiencing its dryest July in years and nationwide drought warnings, these are the best water-saving solutions for you
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Nipsey Hussle posthumously honoured with star on Hollywood Walk of Fame
The Crenshaw hitmaker was shot and killed outside his Marathon Clothing store in Los Angeles in March 201 aged 33
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Rosie Jones explains how she’s used comedy as a ‘coping mechanism’ in the past so people would ‘see past her disability’
'I do receive abuse and ableism every day,' the comedian said.
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Black-ish creator Kenya Barris ‘reimagining’ The Wizard of Oz in new remake at Warner Bros
It's not the only revisit to the Land of Oz planned.
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Mass brawl breaks out after election as tortured body found amid protests across Kenya
Son of a goat herder William Ruto defeated his opponent Raila Odinga in a closely fought presidential race - which sparked anarchy in the streets of Kenya as Odinga's supporters set tyres ablaze and fought running battles with tear-gas-firing riot cops
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Poorest at risk of flu if they can’t afford to heat homes, minister admits
‘Concern’ over potential spike in flu deaths, says vaccines minister Maggie Throup
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Ryan Giggs trial - live: Ex footballer to take stand as he says ‘headbutt was scuffle’
The court heard the former Wales coach threatened to attack his ex-girlfriend’s sister
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Hertfordshire wildlife park welcomes 'miracle' endangered red panda cub
A wildlife park in Hertfordshire has welcomed a 'miracle' endangered red panda cub.
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Greater Manchester Police in contact with Foreign Office amid disappearance of three children 'thought to be with their dad'
"Enquiries are ongoing to trace the whereabouts of the children."
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‘Billy the Kid’ murder probe goes on despite landmark homeside homicide verdicts
Police have vowed to work ‘tirelessly’ to pursue the killers of gangster Billy McCullagh despite guilty verdicts in a landmark case.
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Facebook failed ‘appallingly’ to stop election lies, watchdog finds
‘Facebook knows very well that its platform is used to spread election disinformation and undermine democracy around the world,’ watchdog says
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Ollie and Foxy share hardest battles and why SAS: Who Dares Wins is 'all in the mind'
Channel 4's SAS: Who Dares Wins' Matthew 'Ollie' Ollerton and Jason Fox, or 'Foxy' share their hardest challenges to date and how Special Forces is 70 per cent mind over body, as they launch a brand new project
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Andrew Le Page ‘separated himself’ from Love Island boys after Jacques O’Neill fall out
Dami confirmed Andrew is stepping away from the other Love Island boys.
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Kirk Norcross vows to return to TOWIE and 'make dad proud' in career U-turn
Kirk Norcross became an ambassador for suicide charity Papyrus after his beloved dad Mick tragically took his own life last year
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Single mums and besties are raising their kids together: ‘I hope I can inspire other people to do this’
'We have so much fun together.'
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Patrick Vieira gives his Arsenal title verdict as Liverpool drop more points in race
The Eagles boss clearly feels some affection to his former side as he suggested Arsenal are going to be right up there challenging for the Premier League title come May
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After a long hiring boom a sign of a shift in direction
The rush to hire in post-Covid economy first phase may be playing itself out
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What is the Heathrow passenger cap and how have airlines reacted?
Everything you need to know about the Heathrow flight cap
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OPINION - The heatwave is over; now let’s plan for the next one
The one casualty of the heatwave is that it altogether spoiled the joke that journalists used to wheel out in the case of meteorological excesses: “everyone complains about the weather, but no-one does anything about it”. Hah and not so hah. Now that climate change is top of the agenda, we’re all doing something about it, whether we want to or not.
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De-extinction: scientists are planning the multimillion-dollar resurrection of the Tasmanian tiger
University of Melbourne partners with US biotech company to plan genetic restoration of the thylacineGet our free news app, morning email briefing or daily news podcastScientists in Australia and the US have launched an ambitious multimillion-dollar project to bring back the thylacine, a marsupial that died out in the 1930s, and reintroduce it to its native Tasmania.The thylacine, also known as the Tasmanian tiger, is the second undertaking by Colossal, a Texas-based biotechnology “de-extinction” company that last year announced it planned to use genetic engineering techniques to recreate the woolly mammoth and return it to the Arctic tundra.Sign up to receive an email with the top stories from Guardian Australia every morning Continue reading...
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Millie Lies Low review – ingenious satire of career-faking on social media
Michelle Savill’s poignant film follows a would-be architect pretending to take up a prestigious New York internship without leaving her home town of Wellington‘Sorry, I’m such a disappointment to you, Mum.” “We can’t all be appointments.” That’s the fumbling, poignant way of this debut comedy-drama from New Zealand director Michelle Savill, clearly a highly personal piece of work in its detailed character study of would-be architect and social-media blagger Millie, played in charmingly evasive style by Ana Scotney.Millie has a hot ticket from Wellington to New York for an internship at a blue-chip architecture firm, but has a panic attack and disembarks before takeoff. In denial about what’s happened, and unable to admit her failure, she decides to keep up the pretence online, dropping in a cut-and-paste of an airplane window into her Instagram feed (“A new adventure begins!!!!”). And she digs herself in deeper, taking Skype calls from her friends in alleys that mimic New York brickwork and hanging around in disguise at their house party to overhear them pick fault with her. Continue reading...
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Gardener washes up onto desert island and survives on two lemons and sea water
Nelson was rescued after a jet skier spotted him frantically waving his T-shirt.
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UK storm tracker LIVE: Map shows where lightning will strike with flood warnings issued
Thunderstorms are raging across Britain today with the Met Office issuing "danger to life" flooding warnings, with more than two inches of rainfall possible in parts of England tomorrow
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Back from the dead: How scientists aim to bring Tasmanian tiger back from extinction
‘De-extinction’ company already planning to return woolly mammoths to Arctic tundra turn attention to more recently lost species
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Five players are forgetting that they are playing for their Manchester United futures
Man United have made a torrid start to the campaign and a number of players are already under-performing.
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When are the London bus strikes and which routes will be affected?
More chaos is in store for those travelling within London.
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New UK studio Ballistic Moon working on a triple-A game for PS5
A new British developer staffed by a number of Until Dawn veterans is already working on what may be a new horror game for Sony.
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Fan told Ukraine flag too large after apparent complaint from Russian player
Tournament says flag was too large for tournament regulationsWTA has yet to respond to request for comment on matterThe size of the Ukraine flag that a fan had draped around her during a match at the Cincinnati Open on Monday was the reason she was asked to remove it from the grounds, tournament officials told Reuters on Tuesday.During a qualifying match between Russian players Anna Kalinskaya and Anastasia Potapova on Sunday, one of the players reportedly complained to the WTA chair umpire Morgane Lara about the fan. Continue reading...
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'Dad wanted to recreate epic 500-mile cycle from 1973 so we did it for his 70th'
The cycling Boyd boys made their way from Kent to Venice, via a few stop offs in Paris, Geneva, Milan, Verona, some miscellaneous wild camping woods and a lorry park
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A$AP Rocky faces two counts of assault after ‘shooting friend during row’
Rihanna’s boyfriend and father to her child A$AP Rocky was charged with two felonies for pulling a gun on a former friend and firing in Hollywood last year, prosecutors said.
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Strip Avanti of rail franchise if cut services not restored, Labour says
Private operator has dramatically cut intercity services on UK’s flagship railway
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Economists see worrying signs in new unemployment data
Official figures released on Tuesday showed the UK’s unemployment rate increased by 0.1 percentage points to 3.8% in the three months to June.
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Economists see worrying signs in new unemployment data
Official figures released on Tuesday showed the UK’s unemployment rate increased by 0.1 percentage points to 3.8% in the three months to June.
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Man who stalked ex by driving round with posters of her stuck to van handed restraining order
Neil Chapple harassed his ex-girlfriend Kelly Ann Stokes over a week-long period earlier this year. The 53-year-old followed her into a Morrisons in Basingstoke and put posters of her on his van.
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Putin's oil empire handed lifeline as Saudi Arabia ties deal huge blow to EU sanctions
VLADIMIR PUTIN'S oil empire is braced for a blow due to Western sanctions, but his ties with Saudi Arabia could help him swerve the impacts and keep raking in cash.
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Gary Lineker sends "monster clubs" message to Wesley Fofana amid Chelsea transfer chase
Wesley Fofana is reportedly keen to force through a move to Chelsea this summer but Leicester legend Gary Lineker is desperate for him to remain at the King Power Stadium
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Jake Paul sends fight offer to "big name opponent" for October boxing return
YouTuber-turned-boxer Paul hasn't fought since December last year, and was supposed to return in August, but now seems to be heading for an October ring return
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Tottenham's positive start places spotlight on summer business
Tottenham Hotspur's summer transfer window goes under the spotlight as strength in depth comes to fore in Spurs' heated last-gasp draw with Chelsea.
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Caprice Bourett, 50, blasts 'BS' models who lie about how they stay thin
In the refreshingly candid chat, the platinum blonde beauty shared her belief that the world is now a more 'vain and superficial' place.
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‘Demolition is an act of violence’: the architects reworking buildings instead of tearing them down
The planned demolition of London’s flagship M&S store will release 40,000 tonnes of CO2 into the air. Is it time for a new age of creative architectural reuse?Nestled like a red question mark in the hills of rural Japan, the Kamikatsu Zero Waste Centre is a recycling facility like no other. A chunky frame of unprocessed cedar logs from the nearby forest supports a long snaking canopy, sheltering walls made of a patchwork quilt of 700 old windows and doors, reclaimed from buildings in the village. Inside, rows of shiitake mushroom crates donated by a local farm serve as shelving units, while the floors are covered with cast terrazzo made from broken pottery, waste floor tiles and bits of recycled glass, forming a polished nougat of trash.It is a fitting form for what is something of a temple to recycling. In 2003, Kamikatsu became the first place in Japan to pass a zero-waste declaration, after the municipality was forced to close its polluting waste incinerator. Since then, the remote village (with a population of 1,500, one hour’s drive from the nearest city) has become an unlikely leader in the battle against landfill and incineration. Residents now sort their rubbish into 45 different categories – separating white paper from newspapers, aluminium coated paper from cardboard tubes and bottles from their caps – leading to a recycling rate of 80%, compared with Japan’s national average of 20%. Villagers typically visit the centre once or twice a week, which has been designed with public spaces and meeting rooms, making it a social hub for the dispersed town. It even has its own recycling-themed boutique hotel attached, called WHY – which might well be your first response when someone suggests staying next to a trash depot. Continue reading...
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Ronaldo up, Maguire down - where Gary Neville went wrong with Manchester United transfer gradings
Man United great Gary Neville graded all of the club's signings since Sir Alex Ferguson retired and it did not make pretty reading.
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Luca Bish sits next to Gemma's dad Michael Owen at family meal as they finally meet
Love Island runner up Luca Bish and his belle Gemma Owen were seen cuddling up after the pair sat down for a meal with football star Michael Owen in Portugal
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Helen Skelton 'excited to turn Strictly curse on its head' as she signs up to show
Newly-single Countryfile presenter Helen Skelton is reportedly "determined to enjoy" her Strictly Come Dancing experience, as sources claim the mum is open to find "someone new" after the breakdown of her marriage
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Drought officially declared in Yorkshire as NINE areas of England run out of water
A DROUGHT has officially been declared in Yorkshire, according to the Environment Agency.
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