‘With one simple statement she could have resolved this one way or another. If she had said "John Leslie did not rape me," that would have put an end to it. If she had said "John Leslie did rape me," I I could have defended myself. … [Read more...] about ‘I’m questioning everything’: Ulrika Jonsson shares emotional Instagram post as she gives her beloved bulldog Leo chemotherapy
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'I was obviously profoundly affected by it and, to be quite honest, wondered if there was other people going through similar things. Mine, I guess, also coupled with going through the menopause and feeling different about my own body.' … [Read more...] about ‘I really squeeze in any bits of special loving I can!’ Ulrika Jonsson, 53, says she is enjoying sex in her 50s MORE than her 30s and describes herself as a ‘sexual creature’
Science minister Sam Gyimah said: "Exploring the surface of another planet is what many scientists and researchers dream of and now a British-built rover will travel the surface of Mars to answer some fundamental questions, and the public can be part of this exciting new chapter by naming the rover. … [Read more...] about Competition to name new Mars rover: How about Marsy McMarsface?
From Babies with Love founder, Cecilia Crossley said: “Celebrating Molly and Milly’s arrival is extra special knowing that together, along with everyone that buys or receives a From Babies with Love gift, we’re helping to improve children’s lives. I'd like to thank Laura and Ed for so kindly giving their time to support From Babies with Love and Street Child. They are absolute stars!” … [Read more...] about Off-grid couple say they’ll take their TWINS on survival trips at 20 months and let their son ‘go feral’ when he’s home
Former Tory leader Sir Iain Duncan Smith called fishing a 'totemic issue' and said the UK needed to start with control over '100 per cent'. He also insisted that Britain be treated like Norway, which sets its own fishing quotas. Theresa Villiers, the former Environment Secretary, added that Britain could be 'locked in as a client state' if it did not secure regulatory autonomy, calling this the 'main means' by which the EU could 'tie us into their laws' … [Read more...] about Don’t let Britain become a permanent ‘client state’, MPs warn amid fears negotiators will cave in to Brussels on fish and the ‘level playing field’