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Scarlett Moffatt left 'crying her eyes out' after vicious Love Island backlash

Scarlett Moffatt left 'crying her eyes out' after vicious Love Island backlash

Entertainment
Ant McPartlin's Saturday Night Takeaway co-host appeared on the ITV2 spin-off on Sunday night to talk about the hit show with host Caroline Flack.However, no sooner was she on air did viewers race to Twitter to comment on her weight as well as an impossible-to-miss Scarlett Moffatt wardrobe malfunction.After seeing the vicious tweets, the former Gogglebox star took to the official Scarlett Moffatt Twitter account to reveal she's terrified about going back on camera incase she's slated once more.Speaking frankly, Scarlett, who was caught out earlier this year for faking her fitness DVD, said: "I'm honestly ashamed of some people on here."Hard to pretend I’m ok and be a good role model to others about how it’s ok to just [be] you when the comments from grown adults o...
Fake news 'crowding out' real news, MPs say

Fake news 'crowding out' real news, MPs say

Technology
Media playback is unsupported on your device The volume of disinformation on the internet is growing so big that it is starting to crowd out real news, the Commons Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee chairman has said.Tory MP Damian Collins said people struggle to identify "fake news".MPs in their committee report said the issue threatens democracy and called for tougher social network regulation.The government said it plans to introduce a requirement for electoral adverts to have a "digital imprint".This would mean that all political communications carried online would need to clearly identify who it was published by.Labour said the government "needs to wake up to the new challenges we face and finally update electoral laws".The repo...
Carillion tried to 'wriggle out' of pension contributions

Carillion tried to 'wriggle out' of pension contributions

Business
Carillion "wriggled out" of payments into its company pension schemes as its troubles grew, while it carried on paying shareholder dividends and bosses' bonuses, say MPs.The Work and Pensions Committee is questioning the way pension investments were managed at the collapsed outsourcing giant.The schemes overall are in deficit.But last year contributions to the pension funds were deferred until 2019, to help shore up the firm's finances. The committee has published a letter from Robin Ellison, chairman of trustees of Carillion's pension scheme, giving an account of the last few years and suggesting they have been left with a funding shortfall of around £990m.The letter shows that pension trustees were "kept in the dark" about the state of Carillion's finances until late last year, the commi
'Call Me by Your Name,' 'Good Time' and 'Get Out' lead Spirit Award nominations

'Call Me by Your Name,' 'Good Time' and 'Get Out' lead Spirit Award nominations

Entertainment
Nov. 21 (UPI) --Call Me by Your Name was nominated for a leading, six Independent Spirit Awards Tuesday in West Hollywood.Good Time and Get Out earned five nods apiece, while Lady Bird and The Rider are each up for four prizes.Call Me by Your Name, Get Out, Lady Bird, The Rider and The Florida Project are competing for the title of Best Feature.The nominees for Best Male Lead are Harris Dickinson for Beach Rats; Timothée Chalamet for Call Me by Your Name; Daniel Kaluuya for Get Out; Robert Pattinson for Good Time; and James Franco for The Disaster Artist.   Shortlisted for Best Female Lead are Salma Hayek for Beatriz at Dinner; Frances McDormand for Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri; Margot Robbie for I, Tonya; Saoirse Ronan for Lady Bird; and Regina Williams for Life and Noth
NHS Airbnb-style scheme 'not ruled out' by minister

NHS Airbnb-style scheme 'not ruled out' by minister

Health
The idea of NHS hospital patients recuperating in Airbnb-style accommodation has not been ruled out, health minister Philip Dunne has said.Southend Hospital had been linked to a trial where hospital patients could be discharged to people's spare rooms.The hospital distanced itself from the idea following criticism by politicians and health groups.But Mr Dunne told BBC Radio 5 live he "wouldn't immediately reject it" as "one's got to trial different things".The pilot scheme, proposed in Essex, would have seen some 30 hospital patients staying in local residents' spare rooms instead of in hospital while they waited to be discharged.The idea followed warnings about delays in discharges from UK hospitals.Hospital backs off 'Airbnb beds' planAs part of the trial, healthcare start-up CareRooms s...