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Henry Nicholls/ReutersThe British royal family is reportedly taking legal advice after Piers Morgan named the two so-called “royal racists” on his Talk TV show in Britain on Wednesday night. Buckingham Palace is “considering all options,” including taking legal action, the Mirror reported after Morgan said the names of the two senior royals that had featured in the Dutch version of Endgame, Omid Scobie’s new book. The names appeared in a section about who had discussed the skin color of Meghan M
Shane MacGowan, who has died aged 65, was the truculent, hard-living lead singer of the Pogues; he was revered as much for his excessive alcohol consumption as for his dark, unsparing but lyrical vision of Irish life.
Call off the search: the worst show of 2023 is here. That is, unless you’re a 13-year-old boy, in which case Obliterated (Netflix) is your dream product. Guns! Naked breasts! A lead character who is a government operative but also looks smokin’ hot in a red bikini! And that’s before we get to the script, in which a foreign baddie plots to nuke Las Vegas. Standing in his way is an elite tactical unit (the best kind) whose members say things like: “We’re supposed to stop the bad guy with the bomb”
Restaurant critic Grace Dent has spoken out for the first time since she left the I'm A Celebrity jungle on medical grounds. Just two days after her departure it was announced Britney Spears' sister Jamie Lynn was also leaving the show. Dent, 50, said that spending 15 days "without a phone or any contact with loved ones, living much of the time outdoors in a rainforest in very wet weather" had given her a "short, sharp glimpse into the pain some folk worldwide endure".
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are an “impatient” couple who “ran hot” while negotiating their exit from the Royal family, biographer Omid Scobie has said as he attempts to distance himself from the label of “Meg’s pal”.
Actor and director Dean Sullivan has died at the age of 68. Sullivan was the longest-serving member of the Channel 4 soap Brookside, playing Jimmy Corkhill between 1986 and 2003. Dean's family wants to thank Arrowe Park Hospital for their unwavering and consistent support.
CNN’s Clarissa Ward speaks with Thomas Hand, a father who believed his 9-year-old daughter Emily was killed by Hamas during the attacks of October 7th. Hand’s daughter was found to be alive and was released as part of the exchange of hostages and prisoners during the truce between Israel and Hamas.