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Whatever the temperature, being phlegmatic is usually the order of the day in Britain; very much a unifying defining characteristic that will persist for generations

Sam Faiers will not be joining the I'm A Celebrity jungle after rumours suggested she would be

I'm A Celebrity 2013: Sam Faiers confirms she will not enter the jungle

The Only Way Is Essex star will not join her ex-fiancé in the jungle after all

Paul O'Grady in his show 'For the Love of Dogs'

Paul O'Grady facing heart surgery after suffering angina attack

The 58-year-old comedian has had two heart attacks previously

Gozde Kansu dismissal: Women shouldn't lose their jobs for bearing the ‘assets’ they were hired for

The Turkish TV presenter said 'sacrificing' her was the easiest option for producers

Unsurprisingly, for a live show that has to fill a two-hour timeslot five days a week, there have been plenty of toe-curling moments

The show must go on, and on... They said it wouldn't last, but ITV's 'This Morning' is celebrating 25 years on the air

For many, its combination of showbiz news, fashion advice and salacious real-life stories are the epitome of daytime-television banality. But on Thursday, despite critics who said it wouldn't last two months, This Morning will celebrate 25 years on air.

Chris Fountain has been axed from Coronation Street after he admitted posting offensive songs on YouTube

Chris Fountain axed from Coronation Street over offensive rap lyrics

Actor was exposed as mysterious rapper The Phantom

Former Apprentice contestant Katie Hopkins who appeared on This Morning to add to a debate about children's names.

Katie Hopkins branded an 'insufferable snob' after This Morning debate on children's names

Former Apprentice contestant Katie Hopkins has caused outrage with an appearance on ITV’s This Morning by claiming that she “didn’t like” children with "lower class” names such as Charmaine, Chantelle, Chardonnay and Tyler and that she would prevent her own offspring from playing with them.

Beth Tweddle’s routine was marred by a poor landing but she still ended up with bronze

Gymnastics: Beth Tweddle - Rio Olympics in 2016 is step too far

Beth Tweddle has not ruled out a return to competitive gymnastics but has confirmed the Rio 2016 Olympics are "one step too far".

ITV axes skating show: Next series of Dancing On Ice to be the last

Popular TV series Dancing On Ice is to be axed after one further series, it was announced today.

Holly Willoughby would like to bring back the golden age of children's TV

Holly Willoughby bemoans loss of live children's television like Going Live! and CD: UK

TV star Holly Willoughby has bemoaned the loss of live Saturday-morning children's TV.

James Ashton: Pippa Middleton job shows Waitrose chief's media ambitions

Much fun has been had at Waitrose’s expense for signing up star

George Monbiot and Lord McAlpine

Journalist George Monbiot agrees to £25,000 charity work deal to settle Lord McAlpine Twitter lawsuit

A national newspaper columnist has vowed to carry out charity work to the value of £25,000 to make amends for wrongly naming Lord McAlpine as a paedophile on Twitter.

Versatile: Gubba in 2011 on ‘Dancing On Ice’

Tony Gubba: One of the great voices of football dies, aged 69

Gubba spent much of his TV career working for the BBC

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Age: 27

Skating with: Dan Whiston.

Most famous for: Tweddle has been called Britain's most successful gymnast. She recently added a bronze in the uneven bars at London 2012 to her tally.

Tweddle has a fear of "being the first celebrity to get voted off".

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Dancing On Ice stars to skate on after tour hits the skids

The stars of Dancing On Ice are taking the show to the road, after the official tour hit the skids.

The Duchess of Cambridge, currently five months pregnant, and Eamonn Holmes, who was forced to make an on-air apology on This Morning today after an unblurred image of the Italian magazine front cover featuring the Duchess of Cambridge in a bikini

This Morning apologises for showing image of pregnant Kate Middleton in bikini

Eamonn Holmes was forced to apologise today after an unblurred image of Kate Middleton in a bikini "accidentally" flashed up on screen during This Morning.

Page 3 Profile: Robbie Grabarz, Olympic high jumper

The latest Olympian to bag a television show?

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