• EastEnders: Roxy and Ronnie Mitchell to be killed off

    Love them or hate them, you can’t deny that Ronnie and Roxy Mitchell leaving EastEnders is going to be the end of an era for the BBC One soap, especially now that we have learned that it’s going to be a permanent departure. Actresses Rita Simons (Roxy) and Sam Womack (Ronnie) are said to be upset by the news that the Mitchell sisters are being bumped off as they’d hoped to have the option to return at some stage in the future. The exit comes under new producer Sean O’Connor’s ruling, with Sean already killing off much-loved character Paul Coker as well as announcing the departures of other favourites, including Babe Carter, Masood Ahmed, Lee Carter, Claudette Hubbard, Buster, Briggs, Pam and Les Coker and Kyle Slater.

    Stephanie Soteriou
  • Zoe Ball and Fatboy Slim announce split after 18 years

    TV presenter Zoe Ball and DJ Norman Cook - better known as Fatboy Slim - have said they are divorcing after 18 years of marriage. In 2003 they separated for a few months after Ball had an affair with DJ Dan Peppe, who was a friend of Cook's. Cook spoke about how the arrival of their second child felt like a gift after they both went sober.

    Sky News
  • Fans in stitches over X Factor Irina's mid-song strip

    X Factor viewers weren’t all that impressed with Irina’s Bucks Fizz-style moves.

    SNAPPA Celebrity
  • Honey G is returning to The X Factor

    Honey G is replacing singer Ivy Grace on The X Factor.

    SNAPPA Celebrity
  • North Korea holds first-ever air show, displays its military and civilian fleets

    North Korea held its first-ever air show showcasing its civilian and aerial might in a bid to attract tourists to the isolated country. The two-day event that took off at the Kalma International Airport on Saturday, 24 September in the eastern port city of Wonsan, featured the country's military planes, helicopters and civilian aircraft. Several North Koreans are also attending.

    International Business Times
  • Corrie star Marc Anwar 'sacked over anti-Indian tweets'

    He will not return to his role as Sharif Nazir in the long-running soap, reports say.

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  • Team GB's golden couple Jason Kenny and Laura Trott marry

    Cycling's golden couple Jason Kenny and Laura Trott, two of Team GB's most decorated Olympians, have married. In a post on Instagram, Trott said the wedding was "the happiest day of my life". Trott, 24, won two golds at the Rio Olympics and became Britain's most successful female Olympian.

    Sky News
  • So much for Jeremy Corbyn's call for Labour to wipe the slate clean

    Instead of starting afresh and burying their differences, the Labour leaders' supporters and his opponents are continuing to clash with the same ferocity. The most ugly clash came between John McDonnell and Yvette Cooper over the shadow chancellor's controversial call before the last election for the former Tory MP Esther McVey to be "lynched". In a TV clash with Ms Cooper, Mr McDonnell defended his comments about Ms McVey, which included telling MPs in the Commons in March last year that the then employment minister was a "stain on humanity".

    Sky News
  • Angelina Jolie is being supported by Johnny Depp following Brad Pitt split

    It has been reported that Angelina Jolie has found comfort in her friend, Johnny Depp, following her split from husband, Brad Pitt. The star became good friends with Johnny after they appeared in ‘The Tourist’ together back in 2010, and Johnny is no doubt able to offer her some words of wisdom having just gone through his own high-profile divorce from ex, Amber Heard. Angelina and Johnny worked together on The Tourist.

    Stephanie Soteriou
  • Writer shot dead as he arrived for trial over insulting Islam

    "The prime minister was the first one who incited against Nahed when he ordered his arrest and put him on trial for sharing the cartoon, and that ignited the public against him and led to his killing," the victim's cousin Saad Hattar said.

    International Business Times
  • Strictly Come Dancing: Distracting trousers aside, an awesome opening weekend

    I agree with Craig - a bit too sickly for me and I personally didn’t feel it deserved a 9. Louise was as good as I was expecting her to be, and with Choreography King Kevin giving the judges what they want to see, she’ll go a long way. Exciting choreography - there was enough cha cha for me - and super timing.

    Jaye Nolan, TV Blogger
  • You will not believe how much The Big Bang Theory's Sheldon earns

    The Big Bang Theory cast are the highest paid actors on TV.

    SNAPPA Celebrity
  • EastEnders Spoilers: The Week Ahead In Walford

    Tina struggles looking after Sylvie and the Fowler/Slaters are on the move

    Katy Brent-Stacey
  • PM May rebuffed calls to play bigger role in EU referendum campaign

    By Kylie MacLellan LIVERPOOL, England (Reuters) - Prime Minister Theresa May repeatedly failed to back her predecessor David Cameron in his fight to keep Britain in the European Union and hampered his attempts to rein in migration, according to extracts from two books about the referendum. May, who served as interior minister under Cameron and succeeded him as prime minister when he resigned after Britain's vote to leave the EU, backed staying in the bloc but was largely absent from the campaign. The two books come as May faces the complex task of leading negotiations over Britain's EU divorce, having divulged little on her intended strategy.

  • X Factor viewers shocked as Honey G gets her marching orders

    Sharon Osbourne wasn’t a big fan of Honey G’s rap skills.

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  • Princess Charlotte gives wave to the crowd while Prince George refuses high-five greeting

    Princess Charlotte, wearing a blue-flowered frock, gave a little wave, much to the delight of the assembled crowd who had gathered to see the royal family of four. The star of the Canadian royal tour is Princess Charlotte, on her first official visit. Shortly after landing in Victoria, British Columbia on Saturday (24 September), uniformed guards were seen unloading the young princess's dresses for the eight-day visit. The year-old daughter of Kate Middleton is making her first overseas trip, while three-year-old brother George has already visited Australia and New Zealand. Kate Middleton carried her daughter down the steps of the Canadian Government Airbus 310, taking care of her safety as Princess Charlotte appeared to have a small graze on her right knee. The next time the public see Princess Charlotte and Prince George will be on 1 October as the royal children's appearances are being restricted to give them privacy and shield them from scrutiny. "It would have been overwhelming for them," royal watcher Debbie Burnham told NBC news. "This allows the parents to relax." Prince George seemed confused by the Canadian prime minister's attempt to high-five him. Trudeau knelt down on the tarmac to greet the young prince, raising his hand in greeting. It was an embarrassing moment as the Canadian then tried to shake the three-year old's hand. Prince George held tightly on to his father, Prince William's hand, obviously not having learned the correct way to salute a Canadian premier. It's not known whether Trudeau gave the instruction "Gimme five!" Kate and William will visit Vancouver on Sunday (25 September) to visit Downtown Eastside, which is an area known for poverty and homeless addicts. The royals will then move on to an immigrant welcome centre where they will talk with refugee families from Syria. More than 30,000 refugees have settled in Canada since Trudeau was elected prime minister in October 2015.

    International Business Times
  • Apple rolls out iOS 10.0.2 with fixes for headphone audio, photos and app extensions

    Apple is rolling out a new update to iOS 10 including fixes and improvements for iPhone and iPad. This is the second public rollout of iOS 10 update, after Apple made its major iOS version available for users starting 13 September. Apple says this issue was limited to a small number of people.

    International Business Times
  • Indonesia struggles to tap volcano power

    Steam rises from the Wayang Windu geothermal power station on West Java

  • Firefighting: Samsung recall threatens reputation, bottom line

    A blown-up Samsung Galaxy Note7 smartphone pictured in Gwangju

  • Britain to seek independent membership of WTO after Brexit - newspaper

    Britain intends to become an independent member of the World Trade Organisation when it leaves the European Union, trade minister Liam Fox will say next week, according to a report in the Sunday Telegraph newspaper. The newspaper, without citing its sources, said Fox would use a speech at the WTO on Tuesday to say Britain would seek to be an independent member of the body so that it could negotiate its own trade deals outside of the EU. Being an independent member of the WTO would involve Britain leaving the EU's customs union, the newspaper said, something the government has so far refused to confirm it intends to do.

  • Royal tour: Charlotte and George steal the show in Canada

    Princess Charlotte and Prince George stole the limelight as they arrived in Canada for the Royal tour, despite only being seen for a matter of minutes. Holding Prince William's hand as he walked down the steps of the plane, the three-year-old then joined his parents meeting dignitaries including Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his wife Sophie Gregoire, eventually waving at the cameras before getting into a car.

    Sky News
  • BMA suspends all junior doctor strike action

    The British Medical Association has suspended all junior doctor strikes due to take place later this year. Doctors had scheduled three five-day strikes in a dispute over new contracts, but have backed down due to concerns about patient safety. Senior doctors at the Academy of Medical Royal Colleges were among those critical about the duration of the strikes.

    Sky News
  • Two teenage girls held in France over 'terror plot'

    Two teenage girls from the French city of Nice are being held on suspicion of planning an attack directed by a notorious Syria-based French jihadist, a source close to the investigation said Sunday.



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