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EastEnders' Tamzin Outhwaite tempted to quit UK over 'disastrous Brexit and Tory circus'
The essential bring home note of the screenshotted analyses was: "The nature of the UK measures will likely increase inqeuality." Gary wrote in a quote Tweet: "Doing well this lot aren’t they?"The IMF’s assessment of the @KwasiKwarteng budget." Tamzin's fans jumped on to the post to share their thoughts on the subject.@Ottley_Keith penned: "It's all gone down hill now working full time and still struggling to live x"@Alice_robinson7 wrote: "It’s embarrassing to live here right now knowing how we are viewed by other countries / organisations."It's scary as a parent watching this mess get worse and not having any option other to watch this mess unfurl."@Christo3941 put: "Definitely looking grim, Kwarteng and Truss should resign or get thrown out with a vote of no confidence."It's not the first time the star has taken her political views to the opinion-sharing platform. Earlier this year, in May, the star expressed her thoughts on the subject of Brexit. She took to Twitter and posted a statistic which had divided her Twitter followers.Remainers and Brexiteers flocked to the comments section of the post to weigh in on her damning remarks about the UK's exit from the European Union.The stats read: “Brexit cost calculator.“The Bank of England announced that voting to leave the European Union has cost Britain more than £440 million a week in lost growth since the referendum, that’s £727 per second. “We have created a running total to show how much that figure has totalled so far.“£135,375,244,717.”@BreakingRyan1 said: “For many, Brexit wasn’t about economic growth. “It was about immigration and having stronger border controls.”@Fetimages wrote: “Not having our lives dictated by people who have no desire to close black holes in
Countdown's Rachel Riley asks 'should we be worried?' as suspicious parcel found backstage
Rachel Riley, 36, has taken to Twitter with a baffling post, asking whether "we should be worried", as she snapped a shot of a curious looking parcel in the lobby of the Channel 4 offices.The Countdown favourite asked her 692,700 Twitter followers for their thoughts on the oddly-shaped package.The star wrote: "Should we be worried?" while the large parcel could be seen near a window at the studios.It didn't take long before a cohort of her followers jumped on to the post to share their jokes and comments. @BakuraOfKulElna jibed: "How did you find out where the Tories have hidden the economy?"@Olafdedig posted: "Is that how Jimmy Carr is shipped ?"Some fans noted that the shape of the parcel curiously matched that of Doctor Who's evil villain, the Dalek.@SchizoDuckie joked: "Daleks can't hurt you if they're still in plafic wrap." @JakeCross1977 penned: "Exterminate! Exterminate!"@Paulgkk said: "Where's the Doctor when you need him?"It's not the first time Rachel has taken to Twitter in shock this week. She took to the opinion-sharing platform to express her views about Russian president Vladimir Putin after the world leader made threats about the possibility of nuclear war.He warned that he would use all options at his disposal to protect Russia's "territorial integrity". The maths whizz made no secret of her dislike of Putin when she told her 692,800 Twitter followers: "Forever rot."Rachel made her point as she reposted a tweet by Max Seddon, the Moscow Bureau Chief at the Financial Times, which had announced: "Putin is finally speaking."To defend the country and the people, we will use all the means at our disposal.'"Rachel, who has been in opposition to the Ukraine war, reacted to the news by urging the President to
Helen Skelton exclaims 'Jesus Christ' over 'intense' issue with Gorka amid Strictly injury
Helen Skelton, 39, has shared a painful moment alongside her Strictly Come Dancing partner Gorka Marquez.The star posted a short clip of Gorka adopting a strange pose over a table in their rehearsal space. The dancer was hanging over a kitchen counter with his legs flung over the table top as he balanced himself with his hands. Helen was filming her partner's bizarre antics, and shared the "intense" moment with her 340,000 followers. She could be heard saying: "You alright mate?" as her co-star responded affirmatively, although the Spanish dancer was clearly in some pain. The star then strolled with her phone over to a mirror before panning down towards her sore feet, while adding the caption: "It's intense."She then could be heard muttering: "Jesus Christ", under her breath as she showed fans her bruised feet from weeks of hard training. It follows as she took to the picture-sharing platform earlier this week to share snaps of her "bloodied" and "bruised "trotters."Helen shared the snaps shortly before her second performance with Gorka on Saturday night. She captioned the post: “And the aim of the game is to be sexy..."Not with these trotters” followed by laughing face emojis and the hashtag #nopainnogain.Despite the difficult physical element of the show, she said she was nevertheless "loving every part of the journey."Posting a smiling selfie with Gorka, the 39-year-old wrote: “Feet on fire and head exploding but loving every second of this journey.”She also shared a video of Gorka jumping out on people as a practical joke.Helen said: “Somehow @gorka_marquez finding time to prank everyone."She added: “It’s been a big old week of training so far and still a lot to do...
Emmerdale’s Michelle Hardwick forced to boost security as family is targeted by homophobes
Emmerdale star and her partner, producer Kate Brooks, who she shares a son with, were worried to the point where “police have had to be called".Back in May, Michelle highlighted her and Kate’s ordeal after being subjected to “horrific” trolling online over their relationship.She told OK! Magazine: “We’ve had a bit of trolling over the last few years.“And there have been certain times when police have had to be called because there have been death threats.“When they’re mentioning your son’s name and you’re just going ‘Really? I’m just in a soap you know – we’re not doing any harm to anybody.”Recently, the Vanessa Woodfield actress appeared to ramp up security measures in her home as she took to social media to thank the security company that had installed the equipment.In view of her 125,000 Instagram followers, Michelle recommended the specialists to anyone in the area looking for a similar service.She said: “Just wanted to say what fantastic service we have had from the very first phone call to the end result.“Anyone local to the Leeds/Wakefield area who needs any security solutions then look no further than”Clarifying she hadn’t been paid to promote the service, Michelle went on: “This was a fully paid for job, not a paid ad.“I just wanted to post because they were fabulous.”Michelle revealed she was gay nine years ago while she was with her previous partner, music teacher Rosie Nicoll.The pair were married but eventually called off their marriage in 2017.Michelle has previously exposed the vile messages she received on social media from trolls.While challenging them to reveal their identity, the TV star said she had been called a "d**e" and a "l**bo brat" by one user.She later took to Twitter
First Dates' Merlin Griffiths issues warning during stage 3 cancer as he details struggles
Channel 4 star has warned others to get checked as soon as they think have symptoms, in a bid to prevent it getting worse.The 47-year-old said: "You never really realise how common cancer is until it happens to you.”Merlin has urged others to learn from his mistakes and not be embarrassed to get tested, as the earlier caught the better.The much loved First Dates barman ignored typical symptoms of the disease for several months.Common symptoms can include a persistent change in bowel habit, blood in the poo without other symptoms of piles (haemorrhoids) and abdominal pain, discomfort or bloating always brought on by eating.Merlin believed a pain in his stomach was from a car accident that happened when he was 20, so didn't think to get checked at first. Naga Munchetty 'let off steam' after furious BBC Breakfast backlashBy the time he reached the doctors for a test, his cancer was at stage three.He was then told he had a 75 per cent chance of living beyond five years.On why he took his time going to get tested, he told The Sun: "It was that typical male reticence thing of going, 'Oh I'm fine', 'it's nothing really', 'I'll be alright.'"I tried to convince myself that the pain just wasn't important."Since his diagnosis, the bartender has gone through a series of treatments including chemotherapy, radiotherapy and robotic surgery.He has also been fitted with a stoma bag, a change Merlin struggled with at first.  He went on to say he hasn't been able to cycle long distances like he used to and said it's also changed the way he eats.Doctors will monitor Merlin with a series of tests over the next five years.Sharon Osbourne reacts to 's**t storm' after Meghan row [REACTION]Alex Scott opens up about 'falling in love' with
'It’s goodnight from me' Naga Munchetty bids farewell to 'b****y decent' BBC colleague
Naga Munchetty has taken to Twitter to bid farewell to her BBC colleague Stephen Smith, who announced his exit from the corporation at the start of this week.The BBC Breakfast host was quick to pay tribute to her colleague, who she applauded as a "b****y decent person".Resharing Stephen's post, Naga had her own message for the Newsnight Culture correspondent.She told her 277,000 followers: "One of the best creative wordsmiths/journalists I've ever had the honour to work with."And above all, a b****y decent person."Good luck @StephenSmithBBC," she added.Strictly's Will Mellor says he's 'broken' amid 'tough' dance trainingIt comes after Stephen announced his exit from the Beeb in view of his 6,000 followers.He penned: "Some professional news: and it’s goodnight from me for the last time @bbcnewsnight."What larks we had: Student House, Motorway Man, Big Society, Hitchhiker’s Guide to Brexit.I was fortunate to meet a who’s who of everyone who matters in arts & culture, from Scorsese to Stormzy..He continued: "..Dolly Parton to Tracey Emin, and other greats too numerous to mention."(Full list available on application)."Thanks to the producers, camera crews and picture editors I worked with: at least they were (mostly) getting paid."Not so our long- suffering viewers… ..If you have been, thanks very much for watching, and see you around (more follows, as we old hacks say)," he ended his post.Following Stephen's announcement, his followers and colleagues flocked to the post to wish him well.Radio 4's Evan Davis wrote: "Stephen.. you are one of a kind.
'Body is wrecked' Strictly's Will Mellor says he's 'broken' amid 'tough' training sessions
Strictly Come Dancing star Will Mellor has taken to Instagram to lament the "tough" dance sessions he's undergoing following his first week on the popular BBC show.The actor, 46, who is partnered with dance pro Nancy Xu on the programme, told how he feels "broken" following gruelling training sessions.In view of his 352,000 Instagram followers, the Hollyoaks star captioned the update "No pain no gain right!!??".Appearing in a white t-shirt, Will said: "Alright, Hope your week's going well."I'm just sat here in my dressing room, I've got loads to do today and training obviously."I've been training Monday and Tuesday," he added, lamenting his busy schedule.He continued: "Honestly, I'm broken, my body's just wrecked."I mean, Saturday night was just an amazing moment for me and my family."What a feeling that was after the dancing."I'll never forget it, I won't," Will gushed, before going on to address the challenges he's facing this week.The actor went on: "But you get one day off and it's like right, back to reality, you got a new dance to learn today and you've only got five days to learn it and it's got lifts in it!"Honest to God, it's so tough, you know."I'm not a young lad anymore, I don't bounce like I used to!"Will explained: "Honestly my body's wrecked, but Saturday's coming no matter what you do."So you just got to put the graft in and do the best you can and that's that."I'm on It Takes Two tonight, 6pm, so if you want to watch it, tune in and you'll see me on that."If not, I'll see you Saturday, here we go again!" Will added before signing off.It comes after bookmakers show Will Mellor is the most backed celebrity contestant among people who have fancied a flutter on this year's glitzy competition.Ladbrokes have
'Hurts like hell' BBC's Jo Whiley asks fans for advice after suffering arthritic flare up
BBC Radio 2 DJ Jo Whiley has taken to Twitter to seek advice from her followers over the causes of arthritis, after revealing she suffers painful symptoms at night.The radio star, 57, told how her fingers "hurt like hell" by the time she wakes up in the mornings as she asked whether anyone knew the cause of the pain.In view of her 366,000 followers, the BBC Radio 2 DJ asked her followers for their advice.Jo wrote: "*Boring health question*"Anyone fathomed what instigates an arthritic flare up?"I’m stumped," she added.BBC Radio 2 DJ Jo Whiley has taken to Twitter to seek advice from her followers over the causes of arthritis, after revealing she suffers painful symptoms at night.The radio star, 57, told how her fingers "hurt like hell" by the time she wakes up in the mornings as she asked whether anyone knew the cause of the pain.The star went on to reveal that she suffers from the condition badly at night, before listing her symptoms.Jo continued: "I go to bed at night ok(ish)."During the night my fingers randomly seize up/swell/hurt like hell by the time I wake up."I have no idea what I’ve eaten/done to make it happen. Anyone??" she ended her post.The DJ's followers soon flocked to the comments, inundating the star with messages of support and with useful advice.Twitter user @BobBurrowsI commented: "Get check out for carpal tunnel syndrome."It effects your hands during periods not rest usually at night while your a sleep."While @sharonlhanley suggested the turn of seasons could be the reason for the star's symptoms.They wrote: "Could be the weather.
Helen Skelton issues plea as On the Farm co-star backs her to win Strictly
Helen Skelton, 39, begged for broadcaster Jules Hudson to not get ahead of himself in regards to how far Helen will get in the BBC competition. Having spoken openly about finding Strictly training hard, Helen, who is partnered with Gorka Márquez, 32, urged Jules to only go “one week at a time please” after he tweeted that she was “in the race to be crowned Strictly Champion.”The pair’s brief interaction via social media started when Jules, who has worked on numerous shows like Escape to the Country and This Week on the Farm, which Helen has also presented, tweeted in support of his “chum”.Alongside a picture of Helen and Gorka as they posed in their Strictly costumes, Jules wrote to his 12,500 followers: “So excited for my old chum now in the race to be crowned Strictly Champion of 2022! Come on Helen!! X @HelenSkelton @BBCOne @BBCiPlayer @SCD2022UK.”Thanking her friend and work colleague for his support, Helen then replied, explaining that followers should not be getting ahead of themselves when it comes to her ability on the ballroom floor.She wrote: “One week at a time please but you’re always good at flattering my ego! See u soon huds.” (sic)Despite her hesitation towards her dancing capabilities, almost immediately some of Helen’s 136,000 followers took to supporting her in the comments of her tweet.User @DominicUppiah wrote: “Go on Helen!! You got this.”And @MatthewTatler1 echoed this by writing: “You will smash it Helen and will dance your way to victory.
This Morning's Deidre Sanders facing horror breast cancer battle after missing mammogram
This Morning's Deidre Sanders had believed she didn't need a mammogram at age 77, and hadn't pursued an invitation from a GP that she'd missed out on "by error".Sadly, she then found herself plagued by achy breasts, before a visit to the doctor confirmed her worst fears - that she had "high grade" breast cancer.Deidre shared with the world that although her "teeny, tiny ­carcinoma" is carrying only malignant cells, it is nevertheless "high grade" and she must undergo an operation to remove it.Her battle, which was shared by celebrities such as the late Girls Aloud star Sarah Harding after she delayed seeking treatment, has been a traumatic one.The presenter had initially dismissed the aches and pains in her body as being nothing more than "tense shoulders".However when the pain began to spread into her right breast, she knew she had to take action."I must have let at least a month pass while I ­wondered, 'Is it anything to worry about? Is it just muscular?'" she mused in the Sun."I am 77, after all - is it just the aches and pains of getting older?"Then, a week before she was due to go on holiday, she finally put in a call to her doctor's surgery.Her concerned GP placed her on the two-week NHS cancer pathway to get a confirmed diagnosis - and sure enough, poor Deidre learned that she had cancer.She is among several thousand who didn't receive the usual mammogram invitation that is issued to women when they reach the age of 70.A couple of years later, she was offered the service but dismissed the idea, believing that by 72, she was simply "too old" to need it.It was only when she received her diagnosis that she sadly realised she had been wrong.Fortunately, she is booked in for an op this Saturday to remove the cancerous