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Susanna Victoria Reid (born 10 December 1970) is an English television presenter and journalist. Reid was a co-presenter of BBC Breakfast from 2003 until 2014, along with Bill Turnbull and Charlie Stayt.

She has been a co-anchor of Good Morning Britain since 2014, and currently presents the programme alongside Piers Morgan and Ben Shephard.

She finished as a runner-up on the eleventh series of Strictly Come Dancing in 2013. She also presented Sunday Morning Live on BBC and Save Money: Good Food on ITV.

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Real-life Squid Game contestants blast they were ‘treated like animals’ and threaten Netflix with legal action

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NETFLIX could face a class action as dozens of contestants in a real-life Squid Game show claim they were “treated like animals”.

A large number of players told The Sun they are considering suing the company. Participants said the game show — based on the gruesome TV Squid Game hit about a deadly contest — quickly became a nightmare on Monday when they were made to stand for hours in temperatures of -3C.

One player said: “We were tortured for eight hours. We were just fodder. You wouldn’t treat animals like that. “I know the show was supposed to be tough but it felt inhumane. “At one point I could see they were bringing on a black coffin with a pink ribbon just like in the original show. “I feel like they prioritised getting a good shot over helping us.” Another contestant said they saw a woman collapse in front of them during one of the breaks in the game.

They said: “Her head hitting the floor echoed around the studio before she started having what looked to me like a seizure. “Then another lady collapsed.

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