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Drill stars avoid jail after breaching ban on performing their music

Drill stars avoid jail after breaching ban on performing their music

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Two prominent drill artists have been given suspended jail sentences for breaching a gang injunction designed to stop them performing songs which police said incited violence against rivals. Scotland Yard said Skengdo - real name Terrell Doyley - and AM - real name Joshua Malinga - were sentenced to nine months' imprisonment suspended for two years at Croydon County Court after breaching an interim gang injunction.The musicians' manager, TK, said the pair - both aged 21 - were not involved in gang violence but pleaded guilty after a video of one of their performances emerged on the internet without their knowledge.According to Metropolitan Police, the injunction was made against the rappers in August after the court found they were members of a south London gang and were li...

Actress Kathy Burke brands Prince Philip a 'selfish old c***' after car crash

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Actress and comedienne Kathy Burke was angered by Prince Philip for getting behind-the-wheel at 97.The Duke of Edinburgh managed to escape injury after his Land Rover overturned in Norfolk yesterday.Prince Philip's car hit another vehicle, which was carrying two women and a baby.The Gimme Gimme Gimme star hit out at the royal on Twitter following his horror crash.Posting to her 197K followers, Kathy wrote: "Very pleased that the 9 month old innocent baby wasn't killed or injured by the 97-year-old selfish c***."One social networker wasn't happy with Kathy's comment and wrote: "Well that's just horrid. How could you assume it was some intentional act of malice? Horrible tweet!"The 54-year-old responded: "Where did I say that? I just pointed out that driving at 97-year's-old is a very selfis...

Del Boy steps in to save Nelson Mandela house from demolition

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The Only Fools and Horses hero wants the real-life block of flats that was home to the show's colourful characters to be listed and preserved.The building, Harlech Tower in Ealing, west London, is set to be knocked down and turned into a £1billion flats complex. Sir David agrees with outraged fans of the BBC sitcom who say the piece of British TV history should be saved from the diggers.He said: "Of course I do [want it listed], but they're not going to listen to me are they? What a shame."It was probably of its time, that's why we used it, it was great."There are plans for 1,950 homes to be initially built on the site, with more than 3,000 more planned.Meanwhile, the 78-year-old actor revealed he was prepared to reprise his role as the cheeky wheeler-dealer for a new Only Fools musi...
Charlotte Dawson makes hilarious fashion blunder in sexy thigh-high boots

Charlotte Dawson makes hilarious fashion blunder in sexy thigh-high boots

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Charlotte Dawson is the daughter of the famous comedian Les Dawson. Though she has made a name for herself on Ex On The Beach and Celebs Go Dating, the 27-year-old seems to be fondly following in her father’s footsteps with her latest Instagram post.Sharing a hilarious clip on social media wth her 497,000 followers, the brunette appeared to be upping her comedy stakes.Not afraid to laugh at herself, the Manchester-born babe revealed an epic blunder to all. Related Articles Excited about just getting her new hair extensions, Charlotte captioned the image: “That feeling when you get your Choice Extensions weave refitted (the end wasn’t meant to happen standard Chazza).”Twirling around to show off her new locks in a sexy skintight black dress and sizzling red t...
Marie Kondo – does tidiness really equal a clean mind?

Marie Kondo – does tidiness really equal a clean mind?

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Media playback is unsupported on your device If you haven't heard of Marie Kondo yet, it won't be long before you do.Thanks to her new Netflix programme, the Japanese tidying guru has become January's "It girl". Chance is, you already know someone who is using her "KonMari" method, which promises not only a de-cluttered house, but also a clean mind."When you put your house in order, you put your affairs, and your past in order, too," Kondo explains in her 2014 book, The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying. "As a result, you can see quite clearly what you need and what you don't, and what you should and shouldn't do."But is it really as simple as asking whether everything you own truly "sparks joy" and then throwing away anything that doesn't?'Relationsh...