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Ant McPartlin and Lisa Armstrong marriage savaged: 'She was just his plus one'

Ant McPartlin and Lisa Armstrong marriage savaged: 'She was just his plus one'

Entertainment
The Geordie star was once one of the most respected presenters in the business along with his hosting partner Declan Donnelly.Now after two stints in rehab, a drunken car crash and an appearance in court, Ant's reputation is now under the microscope.To make matters worse, ex wife Lisa has started to tweet about her heartbreak after months of silence.The tipping point was when claims emerged that the successful make-up artist discovered Ant is in a relationship with their ex PA, Anne-Marie Corbett.Now Daily Mail columnist Jan Moir has savaged the 11-year-marriage – claiming Lisa was more of "a plus one" than a wife.The harsh words come as Lisa and Ant, who had been a couple for 20 years, are still dealing with their relationship and what the outcome will be. &nb...
Croatia v Nigeria: World Cup 2018 preview, predicted line-ups, key player plus more

Croatia v Nigeria: World Cup 2018 preview, predicted line-ups, key player plus more

Sports
GROUP D The World Cup is well underway now with Group D matches taking place The 2018 World Cup is in full swing now, with seven matches played – all of which have been live on talkSPORT. Today, Saturday, there are another four matches, the last of which sees Croatia take on Nigeria from Kaliningrad. The Kaliningrad Stadium will host Croatia v Nigeria Key players: Croatia: Now 29, Ivan Perisic remains in the peak of his career. A constant threat down the left wing, Perisic is equally adept with either foot, finding the scoresheet 31 times since moving to Inter. Perisic has impressed at Inter Nigeria: Chelsea’s Victor Moses was excellent in his club’s 2016/17 Pr...
'G6 plus one' warns US over 'disappointing' tariffs

'G6 plus one' warns US over 'disappointing' tariffs

Business
Finance ministers at the G7 have told the US that "collaboration and co-operation has been put at risk" by its trade tariffs. A summary of a meeting of the ministers singled out the US, warning it that its actions undermine trade and weaken confidence in the world economy.It said: "The international community is faced with significant economic and security issues, which are best addressed through a united front from G7 countries."Members continue to make progress on behalf of our citizens, but recognise that this collaboration and co-operation has been put at risk by trade actions against other members."Last week, the US confirmed it would be imposing a 25% tariff on steel imports from the EU, Canada and Mexico and a 10% tariff on aluminium. ...
'We now have almost Rs 7500 cr plus monthly flows in SIPs'

'We now have almost Rs 7500 cr plus monthly flows in SIPs'

Finance
NPAs, provident fund and SIP flows together will put between Rs 1,10,000 crore and Rs 1,25,000 crore in mutual funds this year, says Nilesh Shah, MD, Kotak AMC, talking to ET Now.Edited excerpts: When the mutual fund data for March came out, it appeared that the SIP flows and the mutual fund collections were coming down. What is the update after that? Was March an aberration?March was a normal month but people who interpreted data were in aberration. They failed to understand that in equity mutual fund, there is pure equity mutual fund where we go and invest into direct equity and there are also arbitrage funds where we invest in equity and short the futures. Impact of flows in a pure equity fund and arbitrage fund is completely different. When there are flows in pure equity fund and we bu...
Despacito YouTube music video hacked plus other Vevo clips

Despacito YouTube music video hacked plus other Vevo clips

Technology
YouTube's music video for the hit song Despacito, which has had over five billion views, has been hacked.More than a dozen other artists, including Shakira, Selena Gomez, Drake and Taylor Swift are also affected. The original clips had been posted by Vevo.The Despacito video has been removed, but its cover image had shown a group wearing masks and pointing guns.The hackers, calling themselves Prosox and Kuroi'sh, had written "Free Palestine" underneath the videos.Several of the clips remain live at time of writing. Of those, the actual video content itself appears to be unaltered. Many titles have been changed to include the names of the hackers, but only some feature the replaced cover image.Both YouTube and the music video hosting service Vevo have been contacted for comment.A Twitter ac...