Dennis Cottee launched a "devastating and debilitating" campaign of abuse against his two daughters when they were as young as 11 and four.
Grant Robert Faulkner was behind the wheel of the 4x4 when mobile speed cameras twice attempted to measure the speed of his vehicle.
The European Union has rejected a request from the British government for a Brexit deal without a Irish backstop in.Brexit Secretary Stephen Barclay on Thursday said the UK should be given until the end of 2020 to come up with a replacement for the policy – instead of the end of September deadline set by EU leaders.
Richard and Judy are to be reunited with the This Morning sofa.The original hosts of the ITV show will present the daytime stalwart for one day next month.ITV said it will be the first time in 18 years that the couple have presented together from the famous sofa.Richard Madeley, 63, and Judy Finnigan, 71, launched This Morning, now hosted by Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby, 31 years ago.The married pair hosted the show for 13 years before moving on in 2001. We've heard of shouting at the TV Mr Cameron... but, we've never done THIS! @Schofe@hollywillsBestBitspic.twitter.com/xcA1UIMeAP \- This Morning (@thismorning) September 19, 2019The couple, who will stand in for regular Friday hosts Eamonn Holmes and wife Ruth Langsford on October 25, said: "This Morning holds a very special place in our hearts, so we couldn't be more delighted to take the helm once again."Programme editor Martin Frizell said: "The This Morning family, both in the studio and at home, have been wanting to see Richard and Judy guest present the show for a while now.【ギャラリー】Richard Madeley25"The time finally felt right and we can't wait to have these broadcasting legends back on the sofa."The couple recently appeared as guests on the show.
Brexit Party MEPs abstained from voting on a European Parliament resolution on Thursday which called on Iran to release imprisoned EU-Iranian nationals, including British citizen Nazanin Zaghari-RatcliffeThe resolution called on Iranian authorities to “immediately and unconditionally” release all dual-nationals and human rights campaigners jailed as political prisoners.
It’s hard to believe that Jennifer Lopez just turned 50 - the singer and actress appears to be ageing backwards in her new film Hustlers. So, how does J-Lo stay in shape? With a lot of discipline, a strict eating plan and some of the most intense workouts we’ve ever seen - on top of her high-intensity performances on tour.J-Lo, who plays a veteran stripper named Ramona in the film, revealed she cut out carbs and sugar completely while on The Ellen Show. After releasing her first onset image from the movie on Instagram earlier this year, she proved just how hard she was working for the role with her personal pole dancing coach for the film revealing she made sure she “had a pole in any city she was in”.
EastEnders’ Emma Barton and CBBC presenter Karim Zeroual have been named as the bookies’ favourites to win this year’s Strictly Come Dancing.The actress, 42, and presenter, 19, have been given a 9/2 odds by Betfair, ahead of the live show on Saturday night.
In news no-one expected to receive today, music producer Mark Ronson has said he identifies as sapiosexual.In an interview with Good Morning Britain, Ronson made the comments following a debate about French minister Marlene Schiappa, who has also described herself as a sapiosexual.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson was given the chance to improve his flying skills at the Salisbury Plain training zone in Wiltshire. Assisted by two British troops, Mr Johnson was told how the device is used to give soldiers a live feed of upcoming obstacles in battle.
Climate change protesters, many waving placards, have taken to the streets on a global day of action, including thousands in the UK.Millions of people are taking part in protests in cities across the planet as part of the global “climate strike” day, with rallies taking part in British cities including Glasgow, London and Manchester.Demonstrations, many involving schoolchildren, have also been organised in Birmingham, Bournemouth, Brighton, Cardiff, Edinburgh and Newcastle.Among the imaginative placards being waved were ones claiming: “Won’t somebody listen to the children?”, “We are skipping our lessons to teach you one”, and “We want to die of old age”.There were also protests in Tokyo, Bangladesh, Sydney, Berlin and Senegal, as well as many other locations around thew world.In Belfast, kids took part in a mass “die-in” as part of the protests.
People living near the once-secret military research base of Area 51 are bracing themselves for a huge influx of people in the coming days.Earlier this year, more than two million people signed up to an internet joke promising to storm Area 51 in a whacky bid to "see them aliens" on September 20.
Harriet Harman's bid to become Speaker of the House of Commons could bederailed after her local Labour party signalled it may stand a candidateagainst her in the general election
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu faced Israeli media headlines on Friday suggesting power is slipping from his grasp after an election in which he trails his main rival with nearly all votes counted. The right-wing leader failed on Tuesday, for the second time in five months, to secure a clear election victory and the centrist Blue and White party led by ex-armed forces chief Benny Gantz rebuffed his calls to join a unity government on Thursday. Near-final results released on Friday by the Knesset's election committee showed Blue and White will be the largest single party in the new parliament with 33 of the 120 seats, with Netanyahu's Likud winning 31 seats, three less than it had before.
Hundreds of thousands of people across the world are taking to the streets to call for urgent measures to tackle climate change. Millions of people in 139 countries are expected to take part, with 300,000 in Australia having already started. Inspired by Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg, students are leading events from Australia to Iceland that highlight the need to address what they describe as a climate emergency.
Energy Minister Kwasi Kwarteng has said that it is a "really encouraging sign" that Jean-Claude Juncker has said Brexit will happen and that a deal is achievable.
The army in northeastern Nigeria forced non-profit Action Against Hunger to close its office in the region, accusing it on Thursday of aiding terrorist groups such as Boko Haram and Islamic State. The international aid agency said it was ordered by soldiers to close its main office in Maiduguri, Borno state, on Wednesday. Colonel Ado Isa, the deputy director of army public relations, said Action Against Hunger was warned several times that it was "aiding and abetting terrorists" by supplying food and drugs.
Twitter suspended the account of former Saudi royal court adviser Saud al-Qahtani on Friday, nearly a year after he was sacked over his suspected role in the murder of Washington Post journalist Jamal Khashoggi.The social network also separately removed accounts linked to Saudi Arabia’s “state-run media apparatus” and others in the United Arab Emirates and Egypt, all of them amplifying pro-Saudi messages, according to a company blogpost.