LOVE Island 2018 saw numerous happy couples leave the villa together in a relationship – but which of the couples are still together six months after the show ended? A clue: it's not many... By Ariane Sohrabi-Shiraz/Published 8th February 2019 Love Island 2018 captivated the British public with its strong personalities.The final line up appeared strong, with couples Jack Fincham and Dani Dyer, Wes Nelson and Megan Barton Hanson, Laura Anderson and Paul Knops and Josh Denzel and Kazimir Crossley surviving to the end.Jack and Dani found love at the very start of the show, and stayed together till the very end.Other couples fizzled out midway, such as Laura and Wes – who both found love with other Islanders.Laura had a brief romance with Jack Fowler, who ended up leaving the villa romantically involved with Laura Crane.Fans predicted Adam Collard and Zara McDermott wouldn’t last, but have surprised their doubters. Related Articles Khloe Kardashian tells … [Read more...] about Love Island 2018: Which couples are still together six months after leaving the villa?
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JUST a few months ago, Susanna Reid boldly declared herself “back in the game”. Four years after splitting from long-term partner Dominic Cotton, the father of her three teenage boys, she was ready to start dating again. “Yes, and funnily enough…” she laughs when those quotes are read back to her today. The grin on her face speaks volumes. The news might have leaked a little sooner than Susanna would have liked, but since the summer she’s been in a relationship with dashing businessman Steve Parish – multimillionaire and chairman of her beloved Crystal Palace – after a long-standing friendship developed into something more. “I’m happy and it’s nice,” she says, a little coy but still beaming. “It was really important to me, post the split with Dom, that I focused on work and the children. So, yeah, I did that, and obviously they are still the major focuses of my life.” Asked about exactly when … [Read more...] about Susanna Reid reveals why she took her time to find love again with Crystal Palace chairman Steve Parish and says ‘she’s happy’ but remains coy about the relationship
Europe regained the Ryder Cup from the United States on Sunday with a crushing 17.5 to 10.5 victory at Le Golf National in France. Here, AFP Sport takes a look at some of the best quotes from the 42nd edition of the matchplay showdown: "It's disappointing because I went 0-4, and that's four points to the European team. And I'm one of the contributing factors to why we lost the cup, and it's not a lot of fun." -- Tiger Woods admits losing all four of his matches didn't help the USA "Let me put it this way, it's going to go on a part that only (my girlfriend) Grace will see. The worst decision I made all week." -- European captain Thomas Bjorn on a wager he made with his players before the tournament, which appears set to see him with a new tattoo "Francesco and Tommy have gotten awfully close this week so I don't know what's going to happen between them tonight." -- Rory McIlroy on the bromance between the 'Moliwood' star pairing of Tommy Fleetwood and Francesco Molinari "I love him, … [Read more...] about Top 10 quotes from the 2018 Ryder Cup
BRUSSELS - President Donald Trump on Wednesday issued an ambitious call for vastly more defense spending at NATO, pushing for a doubling of their defense spending commitments hours after he delivered a blistering tirade against Germany and other allies. The demand during a closed-door meeting of NATO leaders would radically increase the amount of money channeled toward military purposes in the Western alliance - and even the United States is currently falling well short of Trump's new goal. Although Trump joined fellow NATO leaders in approving a sweeping set of plans to bolster defenses against Russia and terrorism, the U.S. president has complained that Europe has been taking advantage of U.S. military support for the continent. He urged his counterparts to substantially raise targets that they are already missing. The move would raise billions more for defense. But not even the United States - which spends more money on defense than any other nation in the world - meets Trump's new … [Read more...] about At NATO, Trump lashes out at allies, then asks them to double their defense spending goals
Jeremy Corbyn is looking to pump an extra £22.4billion into the NHS by 2023 to keep it marching on. The huge injection of cash would top the amount pledged by Theresa May’s Tories by nearly £2billion. And today, in a speech marking the this week’s 70th anniversary of the launch of the health service, the Labour leader will say it is “essential” to give it a bigger share of the national income. He will also call for an end to the “shocking inequality gap” across the country where life expectancy in some areas is years lower than others. Yesterday Mr Corbyn joined an estimated 50,000 people who flocked from all over Britain to central London to demand more recognition and cash for the hard-pressed NHS. Coachloads of demonstrators had set off at dawn from Newcastle to the Isle of Wight, all heading to the capital. Buses poured in from places as varied as Birmingham and Cambridge, Nuneaton and Southampton, Kidderminster and Sheffield. Despite … [Read more...] about Labour pledges to spend extra £22.4bn on ailing NHS over next 5 years