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Politician Oona King has become the latest contestant to be booted off Dancing On Ice after her professional partner took a dramatic tumble seconds before their skate-off performance.

Pamela Anderson has wardrobe malfunction as she exits Dancing on Ice

Hollywood star Pamela Anderson suffered a stumble and a wardrobe malfunction as she became the first celebrity to be axed from Dancing on Ice.

Ofcom received 1,139 complaints concerning Conor McIntyre's (pictured) threatening remarks about fellow housemate Deana Uppal

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Big Brother was the most complained-about television programme of the year, new figures show.

Senior BBC staff before the firing line ahead of report on handling of Savile scandal

Senior BBC News executives are fighting to save their jobs ahead of a report expected to heavily criticise the corporation’s handling of the Jimmy Savile scandal.

Big Brother was most complained about television show of the year

Reality show Big Brother was the most complained about TV programme of the year, new figures show.

Keith Chegwin back in Dancing On Ice as full line-up revealed

Keith Chegwin is back in the rink in the new series of Dancing On Ice a year after he crashed out of the show when he fell and broke his ribs.

This Morning doctor Chris Steele diagnosed with cancer

He told colleagues it was 'purely the result of over-exposure to the sun and sunbeds'

Dancing On Ice judge Louie Spence 'kicked to the kerb' in favour of Jason Gardiner

Sharp-tongued judge Jason Gardiner is returning to Dancing On Ice after his replacement Louie Spence was "kicked to the kerb".

ITV pays out £125,000 to Lord McAlpine over This Morning 'paedophile list' fiasco

Lord McAlpine has reached a £125,000 settlement with ITV and Phillip Schofield over a This Morning programme on 8 November.

McAlpine tweeters may face criminal charges

Police are to look into whether any criminal offence has been committed over the Lord McAlpine affair.

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Lord McAlpine pursues claims over sex abuse slur

Former Conservative politician Lord McAlpine has commenced legal action against a long list of organisations and individuals who wrongly linked him to a paedophile ring after coming to a £185,000 settlement with the BBC.

Phillip Schofield disciplined by ITV for passing list of alleged paedophiles to David Cameron

Phillip Schofield has been disciplined by ITV for passing a list of alleged paedophiles to Prime Minister David Cameron in a live stunt on This Morning, the programme of which he is a presenter, last week.

Holly Willoughby: Hero or Villain?

On 12 November 1916, people around the United States experienced an outbreak of mass hysteria as 800 simultaneous sightings of Charlie Chaplin, then the most recognisable person in the world, were reported across the country, from the Atlantic coast to Pacific.

100 Ofcom complaints after Schofield ambushes Cameron with 'paedophile list'

The ambushing of the Prime Minister with the names of rumoured Tory paedophiles by the ITV presenter Phillip Schofield has generated more than 100 viewer complaints to Ofcom.

Split result: As Schofield apologises, nearly half of readers agreed with him handing Cameron the list of alleged Tory paedophile names

Yesterday on live television, viewers were shocked when presenter Phillip Schofield handed the Prime Minister a list of suspected Tory paedophiles.

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