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Meghan tells Oprah there were ‘concerns’ about Archie’s skin colour and she felt suicidal

Meghan tells Oprah there were ‘concerns’ about Archie’s skin colour and she felt suicidal

Entertainment
The Duchess of Sussex says "concerns" were raised about baby Archie's skin colour before he was born and she had suicidal thoughts during her time in the Royal Family.In a two-hour interview aired in the US - Oprah With Meghan And Harry: A Primetime Special, the couple made a series of bombshell claims - including Harry saying Prince Charles had at one point stopped taking his calls, and alleging he had been "trapped" in the royal system, "like the rest of my family". Live updates after Sussexes' Oprah interview Please use Chrome browser for a more accessible video player Meghan told Oprah ...
US election: Trump tells Georgia election official to ‘find’ votes to overturn Biden win

US election: Trump tells Georgia election official to ‘find’ votes to overturn Biden win

World
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Meghan: Duchess of Sussex tells of miscarriage ‘pain and grief’

Meghan: Duchess of Sussex tells of miscarriage ‘pain and grief’

Health
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RSPCA tells I’m a Celeb: Stop scaring snakes and cockroaches for Bushtucker Trials

RSPCA tells I’m a Celeb: Stop scaring snakes and cockroaches for Bushtucker Trials

Entertainment
Animal welfare campaigners have told I'm A Celebrity producers to stop "scaring, chasing, crushing and overcrowding" critters in the show's Bushtucker Trials.Ever since the hit ITV reality show was first aired in 2002, the RSPCA has voiced its upset at the way insects, reptiles and other animals are used - but it has never received a response. However, for the first time, before this year's series began the charity was invited by makers of the programme to take part in its production planning stages and offer ideas for changing the way animals would be used.But the organisation said it was left "really disappointed" that even after its contribution, the decision was taken to continue using animals in the same way. Image: ITV invited the RSPCA to...
John Leslie tells court he ‘never crossed the line’

John Leslie tells court he ‘never crossed the line’

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John Leslie has told a court he knows the line between behaving gregariously and criminal behaviour and has "never crossed it".The 55-year-old presenter from Edinburgh denies grabbing a woman's breasts at a Christmas party in London's West End on 5 December in 2008. On day four of his trial at Southwark Crown Court, Leslie - whose full name is John Leslie Stott - described himself as a "wounded animal" and "still scarred" following indecent assault charges which were made against him in 2003, but later dropped.He has said he became depressed and suicidal when he "lost everything" after being wrongly named live on television in relation to a rape claim. Image: The presenter denies all charges. Pic: George Cracknell Wright/LNP/Shutterstock ...