When asked about being Lady Colin Campbell's pal in camp, Eubank added: "Well, you know I was caught between a rock and a hard place. She would get involved in these spats that were brutal, but she needed no protection. … [Read more...] about Why did Lady Colin Campbell walk out of I’m a Celebrity? Everything we know so far
But her decision to keep a can of tomato soup from hungry camp mates - in what became known as soup gate - had left a bitter taste in the mouth for some of the other celebrities. … [Read more...] about Lady Colin Campbell QUITS I’m a Celebrity on medical grounds days before show’s final
So how best to deliver some gorgeous good news? The man I wouldn't trust to run my local corner shop has come up with hastily concocted plans to 'save' the leisure and brewing industries, probably while running with the dog around Buckingham Palace and demonstrating push-ups to an incredulous reporter. … [Read more...] about JANET STREET-PORTER: Lockdown-crazed Brits, a national weekend drinkathon (with no loos) and an ongoing pandemic, what could possibly go wrong?
Cllr Rob Nolan, cabinet member for Environment and Business Protection, told MailOnline: 'We are quite anxious in that Cornwall hasn't been affected as much as other places by the coronavirus. We have been quite tough in enforcing restrictions, like closing hotels and closing campsites. Then suddenly the government said people can go out for day trips. … [Read more...] about Another day at the beach: Lockdown Britons flock back to the seaside to bask in 80F temperatures as Devon and Cornwall police chief who sent illegal campers home warns anyone thinking of staying overnight to ‘think again’
Robin Shattock of Imperial College says another wave of the disease told The Times: 'The real big danger is if we see the kind of number of cases of Covid-19 that we're seeing now next winter — and we also have a seasonal flu. That could be a double whammy for the health service.' … [Read more...] about Europeans pack onto beaches and throng to bars and cafes as life begins to return to normal – but WHO warns they should be preparing for a SECOND deadly wave of coronavirus, not celebrating