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‘Sexy' Judi loves Strictly's healing powers
COMEDIAN Judi Love says Strictly is good for her health – despite two contestant missing last night’s show because of illness and injury.
WE WON'T LET TERROR WIN
Defiant MPs back at work as Priti Patel vows: ‘We cannot be cowed’. Suspect in Sir David’s murder was ‘flagged for deradicalisation’
Tragic killing rocks church
THE minister of the church where Sir David was killed says it will be difficult for his congregation to recover from the tragedy.
Tech giants ‘cannot be trusted' on free speech
DAVID Davis has hit out at “unaccountable Silicon Valley giants” after a speech in which he opposed the use of domestic vaccine passports was removed from YouTube.
My friend would never compromise on access
DEMOCRACY is not a given. Most of human history has been made without it and much of the world continues to know little of the democratic intimacy at the core of relationships between British MPs and their constituents.
Lucy in the sky with diamonds... on quest to Jupiter asteroids
THE Lucy spacecraft blasts off loaded with diamonds to explore eight “trojan” asteroids near Jupiter.
Lots of countries were hit by ‘elite panic' in the crisis
THE DUST is settling on the House of Commons report on the initial handling of the pandemic. Predictably, the Government’s critics have used its 20/20 hindsight to argue that many lives would have been saved if only they had been in charge.
Larkins windfall returns village to green, green grass of home
IN AN act befitting Pop Larkin’s generosity, the idyllic Kent village of Eynsford, where TV series The Larkins is filmed, is having its once “perfick” green re-turfed, thanks to proceeds from the show.
Hancock's comeback strategy unravels
OUT IN THE COLD: Hancock’s affair with aide Gina Coladangelo led to his resignation
Britney: My fears over taking control of life
BRITNEY Spears is “disgusted” by the system that has allowed her life and career to be taken out of her control for 13 years.
Barbs not Marbs for tragic comedian PM
WHENEVER Boris Johnson goes on holiday, I worry most about what happens when he comes back.
Worlds collide: inside the divide at Labour conference
Two sides with competing visions for the party butted heads during a fractious week in Brighton. Miles Ellingham talks to those on the left dismayed at Keir Starmer’s ‘empty rhetoric’
STARMER NEEDS SCOTTISH SEATS
KEIR Starmer will lose the next general election unless he focuses more Labour firepower on winning back 25 seats in Scotland, a leading party organisation has warned.
Starmer has come long way from anti-capitalism of his youth
Keir Starmer was a bit of a lettie in his youth. This much is known, and two biographies of the Labour leader published over the summer provide some detail of his anti-capitalist writing for magazines called Socialist Alternatives and Socialist Lawyer in the Eighties and Nineties.
Starmer slams council over ‘filthy' city
KEIR Starmer has blasted Glasgow council amid claims the city is “filthy” on the eve of hosting COP26.
Starmer: I'll do whatever it takes to burst Tories' balloon
KEIR Starmer has said he will do “whatever is necessary” to rebuild trust in Labour following a shattering defeat for the party in the Hartlepool Westminster by-election.
Starmer: We'll beat Tories in war on crime
Labour leader vows to claw back poll deficit
Labour must needle PM on virus death toll
UNLESS he is stopped, Boris Johnson will pull off the biggest Con job in modern British political history.