MAISIE Smith is branded 'f***ing terrible' as she fails to do a backwards dive correctly. On tonight’s Celebrity SAS, the stars have to face their fears and dive backwards into the pitch black ocean. While some manage to do it without causing any pain to themselves, others panic and mess up the dive. Maisie’s fall looks particularly painful, as does Jennifer Ellison’s as she appears to land on her head. Former EastEnders star Maisie is one of 12 well-known faces facing their fears in the new series. The 21-year-old former child star is tested to her limits in the series and says she has come out of it as “a completely different person.” Read More on Celeb SAS 'NO CHANCE' Celeb SAS star Rudy Reyes slams Ant Middleton as ‘immature and narcissistic’ new chapter Celebrity SAS signs Page 3 legend for next series The show is known for horrifying tasks and one involved jumping out of a helicopter, which … [Read more...] about Moment Maisie Smith is called ‘f***ing terrible’ by Celeb SAS instructor after backward dive goes badly wrong
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September 27, 2022 - 22:37 BST Emma Slater is a familiar face to television viewers, having appeared as one of the professional dancers on Dancing With the Stars since 2012 - find out all about her relationship with fellow pro Sasha Farber here Emma Slater is a familiar face to television viewers, having appeared as one of the professional dancers on Dancing With the Stars since 2012. MORE: Bachelorette fans left ecstatic following Gabby Windey's DWTS performance The 33-year-old English-American pro and choreographer has previously been partnered with Dawson Creek's James Van Der Beek, Property Brothers co-host Drew Scott and this year, she is hoping to take home first place with American actor and model Trevor Donovan. But what do you know about Emma's real partner away from the dancefloor? Find out all about her love life here… Loading the player... WATCH: Are you enjoying Dancing With the Stars ? It … [Read more...] about Dancing With the Stars: What happened between Emma Slater and Sasha Farber?
Labour would hand a £1.6billion shipbuilding contract to British firms in a boost for 6,000 jobs, we can reveal. Shadow Defence Secretary John Healey will tomorrow confirm the party would give the deal for three Fleet Solid Support vessels to UK companies. He will tell Labour ’s conference in Liverpool: “These ships will be built in Britain by British workers.” The announcement piles pressure on the Government to guarantee the contract will not go to foreign-led bids. Speaking exclusively to the Mirror, Mr Healey said: “We have seen a decade of failure on defence procurement where price rules everything else - competition is the cardinal interest from government ministers and they’re just as happy to see British taxpayers’ money buying equipment abroad as they are building defence equipment in Britain. Get a daily morning politics briefing straight to your inbox. Sign up for the free Mirror Politics newsletter The Government will order three Fleet Solid Support … [Read more...] about Labour pledges to build naval supply ships in Britain in 6,000 jobs boost
Boris Johnson’s allies have been warned that they may face contempt of Parliament charges if they continue to criticise its investigation into whether the former prime minister misled MPs over partygate. The privileges committee has fired a shot across the bows of the former prime minister’s supporters, who have attacked its inquiry as being “rigged” and a “witch hunt” . In a report published on Monday, it rejected accusations of bias against Mr Johnson and said its members had been subjected to an “unacceptable” campaign of personal attacks. The cross-party group of MPs is investigating allegations that Mr Johnson deliberately misled the Commons when he said there were no lockdown parties in Downing Street. The committee could recommend a 10-day suspension from Parliament if it deems that the former prime minister deliberately misled MPs. If that punishment was approved by Parliament in a vote, it would trigger an automatic recall petition in his Uxbridge and Ruislip … [Read more...] about Boris Johnson allies given stark warning over criticism of partygate inquiry
John Swinney has put oil and gas back at the centre of the SNP's troubled economic case for independence , in a major about-turn after the energy crisis led to surging North Sea revenues. The Deputy First Minister cited expert predictions that the tax take from the North Sea shelf around Scotland will surge this year from £3.5 billion to £13 billion, thanks to the Ukraine war and rising demand following the end of lockdown. He argued that independence would mean the money could be invested in an oil fund for Scotland, rather than handed to the Treasury. But the Scottish Tories said it was "extraordinary" for Mr Swinney to be talking up oil and gas again, despite SNP ministers and their Green coalition partners wanting to "run down" the industry. In a reversal of decades of SNP policy, Nicola Sturgeon announced last November she was opposed to the development of any new North Sea fields , because of the impact on climate change. Scotland's deficit shrinks Mr Swinney's … [Read more...] about SNP about-turns again after North Sea revenues surge amid energy crisis
Queen's favourite horse and corgis final goodbye SUBSCRIBE Invalid email We use your sign-up to provide content in ways you've consented to and to improve our understanding of you. This may include adverts from us and 3rd parties based on our understanding. You can unsubscribe at any time. More info Searches for corgis have increased tenfold in the wake of Queen Elizabeth II's death. Online marketplace Pets4Homes reports it has seen search volumes increase 10 times this week compared to last week. Related articles UK house price crash warning as values could plunge by up to 40% Boy, 9, killed and girl injured after 4x4 overturns on off-road course Pets4Homes told AFP news agency: "The prices asked for by registered corgi breeders have today hit a new high, with average asking prices doubling over the past three days." Corgi are fetching up to £2,481 and more, according to Pets4Homes. There were few corgis … [Read more...] about Corgi sale searches spike tenfold in wake of Queen’s death as prices hit ‘new high’
'Cheaper and quicker’ way to make jacket potatoes without oven or microwave (Image: GETTY) SUBSCRIBE Invalid email We use your sign-up to provide content in ways you've consented to and to improve our understanding of you. This may include adverts from us and 3rd parties based on our understanding. You can unsubscribe at any time. More info Jacket or baked potatoes are the perfect autumn/winter comfort food , especially when loaded with your favourite topping. But with the cost of living crisis in full swing, many are looking for new ways to cook dinner. Using an oven to bake a potato is not only time-consuming but also costly as the oven is the most expensive appliance to run. The microwave, on the other hand, which is the cheapest appliance to run costing just 8p per average use, doesn’t get the potato skin crispy. But, one TikTok user has shared her recipe to make jacket potatoes in the air fryer , which not only cuts time but is one of the cheaper … [Read more...] about ‘Crispy skin, fluffy insides!’ How to cook jacket potatoes in less than 20mins – no oven
TP Icap, the interdealer broker, is coming under intense pressure from City shareholders to break itself up in a move they believe could trigger a £1.5bn capital return. Sky News has learnt that a number of the company's most significant institutional investors have begun talks about moves to press TP Icap's board into exploring a formal sale process for Parameta, its high-margin data division. The shareholders believe that an auction could yield a price as high as £1.5bn, which would be bigger than the market capitalisation of the entire group. City sources said on Tuesday that the institutions were keen to formally engage with Richard Berliand, TP Icap's chairman, on the prospective sale. Earlier this year, Phase 2 Partners, a US-based hedge fund, wrote to Mr Berliand lambasting the company's "disastrous share price decline". During the past 12 months, TP Icap shares have risen modestly and hit their highest level in that period during Tuesday trading. It is unclear … [Read more...] about City investors press TP Icap for £1.5bn Parameta windfall
JEFFREY Dahmer shocked the world when he was arrested in 1991 for the heinous crimes he committed against his victims. Here’s a timeline of Dahmer’s murders and their tragic stories. How many people did Jeffrey Dahmer kill? Jeffrey Dahmer is one of the most notorious serial killers of all time. Born on May 21, 1960, he became known as the “Milwaukee Monster” and butchered at least 17 young men and boys. He even cannibalized some of them. The men were all young, ranging in age from 14 to 32. Many of them were gay ethnic minorities. Read More on Dahmer TERRIFYING TALES The release date of Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story revealed PICTURE OF DEATH Serial killer's sketch details horror of killing and EATING 17 young boys But what they all had in common, was the misfortune to cross Dahmer's path somewhere between 1978 to 1991. Who were Jeffrey Dahmer's victims? June 1978: Steven Hicks Dahmer … [Read more...] about Who were Jeffrey Dahmer’s victims?
LAUGHING Alex Ferguson claimed Jose Mourinho would be "going f***ing mad" after the Manchester United legend dodged an FA fine. Ex- FA "sleazebuster" Graham Bean has revealed his extraordinary tactics when he represented Fergie AGAINST football chiefs. Fergie labelled Neale Barry's performance "sinister" after the ref failed to give United a penalty when Andy O'Brien challenged Alan Smith during a 2-1 home win over Newcastle in April 2005. Stamford Bridge counterpart Mourinho had been fined £5,000 a month earlier for suggesting to Chelsea TV that United players "cheated" in the Blues' Carling Cup semi-final triumph in January that year. But when the FA dealt with Fergie over his Barry claims in July 2005 he was merely warned over his future conduct. Now Bean has told The Athletic he tried to unsettle his former employers the FA by writing to them saying Fergie felt he was "the subject of a campaign of harassment" from football authorities. READ … [Read more...] about ‘Mourinho will be going f***ing mad’ – How laughing Man Utd legend Sir Alex Ferguson reacted after dodging FA fine