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The officer quit his job investigating the Jimmy Savile scandal to take up a place in the Channel 5 reality TV show

Greek PM faces revolt over state TV closure as unions stage general strike

Hellenic Broadcasting Corporation shut down while on-air in move to curb ‘excesses’

Nick Ross defended his comments about rape on This Morning on Friday.

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Glenn Moore: Tonight's the night to play Theo Walcott up front

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Jose Mourinho has omitted Iker Casillas from his final Real Madrid team, while Cristiano Ronaldo is also missing

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Coach picks third-choice Antonio Adan and fourth-choice Jesus Fernandez in squad instead of Spain captain

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TV veteran David Dimbleby has criticised the BBC and other broadcasters for demeaning older women.

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Donations surge crashes Help For Heroes website

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Michael J Fox returns to TV in new comedy about living with Parkinson's

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