Heather Saul

Heather Saul is a digital reporter for The Independent, currently working on the People desk. She has written news and features across a number of topics, paying particular attention to the activities of Isis and events in Iraq, Syria, Iran and Saudi Arabia.

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Britney Spears dominates the 100-foot stage with projections of herself appearing in mirrors

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Cristiano Ronaldo

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Ariel Winter

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Owner of the Daily Express and the Daily Star, Richard Desmond

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Harry Potter author reacted after newspaper blasted BBC for filming Songs of Praise outside of a make-shift church

Miles Teller

Miles Teller accuses Esquire of misrepresenting him with profile branding him a ‘d*ck’

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