Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly were forced to ask the Pussycat Dolls to "tone down" their risque style during their skit for "family friendly" Saturday Night Takeaway as the show returned after a two year break.The programme last aired in 2018 and a new series has not been broadcast since Ant was arrested for drink driving in March of that year.
Coronavirus: asymptomatic Wuhan woman shows why outbreak 'will be hard to stop'. Case study of 20-year-old who infected relatives despite not showing signs of illness – and testing negative – stokes global pandemic fears
Caroline Flack’s boyfriend has liked an Instagram tribute to the star shared by Strictly Come Dancing professional Janette Manrara, saying she hoped she had "found peace".The touching post was shared a week after the Love Island host was found dead at her east London flat after taking her own life.
The family of Harry Dunn has called for Julian Assange not to be extradited as long as the US refuses to send the suspect in the teenager's death back to the UK. They have accused the American government of "demonstrating an extraordinary amount of hypocrisy" in seeking the extradition of the Wikileaks founder, despite rejecting a request for Anne Sacoolas to return to Britain. Mr Dunn, 19, died when his motorbike collided with a car outside RAF Croughton in Northamptonshire on August 27. Ms Sacoolas, 42, the wife of an intelligence official based at the US military base, claimed diplomatic immunity and was able to return to her home country, sparking an international controversy. The US refused an extradition request for Ms Sacoolas last month.
Fears mounted Saturday as cases of the new coronavirus multiplied outside China in places such as Europe, the Middle East and Asia, with pockets of outbreak sparking lockdowns and school closures.
TV presenter Jeremy Clarkson swapped Porsches for potatoes on Saturday as he threw open the doors to his farm shop for the first time. At the Squat Shop – named after his farm Diddly Squat – located near Chipping Norton, Cotswolds, the Grand Tour host sold potatoes, raffled off water in yellow bottles and gave away cider that had been donated by Blur’s Alex James.
India: male sterilisation order withdrawn after flurry of criticismHealth workers in Madhya Pradesh faced losing job if they did not sterilise at least one man
In the old days, winning an election by a landslide meant trouble ahead. Clement Attlee won a 146-seat majority in 1945. Five years later, it was gone. His majority cut to five, he struggled on for another year and a half before going to the country again and losing to Winston Churchill.Harold Macmillan seemed to usher in a permanent Conservative government when he won a majority of 100 in 1959. Four years later he was gone and the next year the Tories were out. Harold Wilson won a majority of 96 in his second election in 1966, but four years later, he too was out.
I didn’t love Taika Waititi’s movie, but I feel his shoulder – and back, and neck – pain. After the director picked up his Oscar for Jojo Rabbit, he launched into the most powerful speech I’ve ever heard
The FAA said Ara Zobayan was piloting an AS350 helicopter in May 2015 when he violated rules governing the airspace around Los Angeles International Airport. The FAA report said while the communication with controllers was taking place, the helicopter improperly violated flight rules by entering restricted airspace without authorization.
'It’s people that vote Tory that we need to vote Labour,' the deputy leadership candidate said in an interview with Yahoo News UK.
Reese Witherspoon, Gwyneth Paltrow and Laura Dern are among the celebrities reacting to the news that the Friends cast will get back together in an official reunion.David Schwimmer, Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox, Matt LeBlanc, Lisa Kudrow, and Matthew Perry will all return for the one-off HBO special.
Warren Buffett on Saturday forcefully defended Berkshire Hathaway Inc's decision to invest heavily in stocks of companies such as Apple Inc as he labors through a four-year drought since his last major acquisition of a company. Buffett, 89, also used his annual letter to Berkshire shareholders to assure they should not worry about the future of the company, which is "100% prepared" for when he and 96-year-old Vice Chairman Charlie Munger are no longer around. "I do think it's on the right path," said James Armstrong, president of Henry H. Armstrong Associates in Pittsburgh, which invests one-fourth of its assets in Berkshire.
Labour has treated its traditional voters as “irrational or racist” about immigration over the last 20 years, Lisa Nandy has said.In a blunt assessment of her predecessors, the leadership hopeful said Labour had shown a “shallowness” of understanding over concerns about immigration in working class areas and a “lack of courage” in providing answers.
Liam Charles’ recipe for hazelnut and grapefruit zest bunsSubstitute orange for the extra zap of grapefruit in these citrus buns filled with hazelnut cream and topped with candied nuts
Billie Eilish has become the second-ever artist to have a Bond theme song at the top of the UK singles chart.Eilish follows Sam Smith, whose song “Writing’s On the Wall” from Spectre topped the charts in 2015.
With every flood, public anger over the climate crisis is surging. The fossil-fuel companies know they’ll face increased social stigma unless they change
The government is facing a fresh bid to overturn the ”absurd and indefensible” system of electing hereditary peers that swell numbers in the House of Lords.Labour peer Lord Grocott will bring forward a bill to scrap by-elections for hereditary members of the House of Lords, a bizarre custom where seats are doled out to aristocrats through a poll of only a handful of voters.
Ethiopia plans to release an interim report into a deadly Boeing 737 MAX crash, which killed 157 passengers and crew, ahead of the first anniversary of the accident next month, according to an official speaking on Saturday. Boeing's popular 737 MAX has been grounded globally since the March 10 crash, which killed everyone on board, and came just five months after a Lion Air crash in Indonesia which killed 189 in a plane of the same model. Ethiopian Airlines flight 302 crashed in an open field six minutes after take-off from Addis Ababa, the Ethiopian capital.
The senator vying to become the Democratic Party's presidential candidate would appoint women or non-binary people to at least half the top positions in the executive branch.
The Duke of Cambridge was at the Wales v France match in his roles as patron of Welsh Rugby Union and the Welsh Rugby Charitable Trust.