Hollyoaks goes back to the beginning for 25th anniversary as first episode airs

Hollyoaks celebrates its 25th anniversary next week, and fans have the opportunity to go back to the very beginning, as the first ever episode of the serial drama re-airs. Over the past couple of months, viewers have been enjoying some of the Channel 4 soap’s finest outings from years gone by. Two special series — Hollyoaks Favourites and [email protected] — […]

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Trump back working in Oval Office after COVID-19 diagnosis

WASHINGTON — President Trump is back working in the Oval Office just days after being released from the hospital with COVID-19, a White House spokesman confirmed. The commander-in-chief has been isolating in the White House residence after contracting the deadly virus but Wednesday afternoon was in his office, where he was being briefed on coronavirus negotiations and Hurricane Delta, Brian […]

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GOP fights back against attacks on Amy Coney Barrett’s adopted children

So much for keeping kids out of politics. Liberals on social media are questioning whether two children adopted by President Trump’s expected Supreme Court nominee, Judge Amy Coney Barrett, were adopted legitimately — as Senate Republicans leaped to defend her. “Some adoptions from Haiti were legit. Many were sketchy as hell,” wrote a Democratic activist and former Capitol Hill staffer, […]

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Alex Scott hits back at trolls with poem about racism after it's revealed she's set to be new Question Of Sport host

ALEX Scott has hit back at racist trolls with a poem following the revelation that she will replace Sue Barker as presenter of A Question of Sport. The former England star, 35, received thousands of abusive and “disgusting” comments on social media after The Sun revealed she will replace veteran host Sue Barker, 64. But Alex, who was spotted out running […]

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It’s time Andrews stepped back from his cultish press conferences

Events in Victoria over the past week have been a good example of why centralisation of power creates its own risks. The state government needs to learn the lessons of recent days and put more voices around the table to ensure decision-making is increasingly decentralised. Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews giving his daily press conference.Credit:Penny Stephens The first thing the government […]

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When is Hollyoaks back on TV?

SOAP fans have been left devastated as their favourite show have been cut back, and now they have to say goodbye to Hollyoaks too. The series has run out of episodes after having to abandon filming due to the coronavirus pandemic. Visit our Hollyoaks page for the latest gossip Find all Hollyoaks spoilers here When will Hollyoaks be back on […]

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Robert Gsellman heads back to Mets bullpen after latest starting stint

“Starting Pitcher Robert Gsellman: Chapter 2” fared nowhere as well as the original, and the endeavor came to an end Sunday. Before the Mets took on the Phillies at Citi Field, manager Luis Rojas said that Gsellman would return to the bullpen. “Gsellman can definitely help our bullpen, bouncing back,” said Rojas, who explained that with David Peterson and Michael […]

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