They were the couple fans were rooting after, but it seems it wasn’t to be. Love Island winners Dani Dyer and Jack Fincham have shockingly split. The couple announced through their social media accounts that they had decided to call it quits.
This has left only three couples left after the latest series came to a close. Though for some fans, the worse is yet to come, as a ‘one-off’ catch-up episode is to air on ITV 2 over Christmas. At the time of filming Jack and Dani were still a couple and the show’s trailer show both lovingly flirting with one another.
Though the niceties look set to end after Jack’s exclusive interview with The SUN newspaper where he labels his – now – ex-girlfriend attention seeking and fame-hungry. It’s looking as if this could get very interesting!
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He came. He wiggled. He conquered! Harry Redknapp was crowned the winner of ‘I’m A Celebrity, Get Me Out of Here!’ 2018! Over 11-million votes were cast crowning the legendary football manager the King of the Jungle.
Emily Atack took second place with John Barrowman coming in third. But is was Harry who took the top spot.
Many predicted Redknapp would win after he entertained the British public for 3 weeks with his hilarious stories and one-liners. But perhaps it was his 54-year-old marriage to his wife Sandra which won the nation’s hearts.
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It is the story that seems to be getting wilder as each week passes, and now the blame for the rift between the William & Kate and Harry & Meghan has fallen solely on the two Princes.
It has been reported last week that Prince Harry accused his older brother for trying to destroy his relationship with Meghan Markle. He was said to have gone ‘mental’ after William urged caution of moving too quickly into a relationship, as no-one really knew Meghan’s background or intentions.
This clash is said to have pushed the brothers apart with William especially frustrated at Harry’s apparent arrogant and demanding behaviour. And, as if to add insult to injury, Thomas Markle has re-emerged from hiding to publish cards sent by Meghan before her marriage to her father.
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Brexit seems to be the madness that never ends and last week the calamity of the fallout got much worse. This week sees the Prime Minister put her deal before the House of Commons, where MPs will vote to support of bring down the Withdrawal Agreement.
With many believing that the deal will be voted down, Mrs May’s position stands perilously close to collapsing. Many MP’s believe that this could lead to a potential Second Referendum, or a ‘Peoples Vote.’ Whilst this may be an option, there are many who feel that this could cause further chaos and destroy British democracy altogether.
Theresa May could head back to Brussels to re-negotiate another deal, but this would be highly unlikely. The only other option on offer would be a ‘No Deal’ scenario, but the idea has limited backing.
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France faced another weekend of rioting, however this time it was not confined just to Paris. Lyon, Brussels, Amsterdam and many others across Europe also faced the ‘Yellow Vest’ riots, bringing chaos and destruction.
The riots, which have been in response to increased taxes and Fuel prices, saw 15,000 protest in Paris and 125,000 across France. They have become the largest riots in France for decades, with thousands of young people arrested for vandalism.
The brutality of the protests has resulted in French President, Emmanuel Macron scrapping the planned tax hikes and instead recording an apology video to the French people, though it is looking unlikely that it will stem the flow of violence.
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