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Strictly’s Neil Jones ‘devastated’ as he’s dropped as a competitor and won’t receive partner – Mirror Online

The BBC have decided against Neil having a celebrity partner again this year, despite his success with Alex Jones last year, and his role has been reduced to ba…

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Architects Announce New Album, For Those That Wish To Exist – Kerrang!

The follow-up to Architects’ incredible 2018 album Holy Hell is arriving early next year…

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After surprise-releasing brilliant single Animals yesterday (October 20), Architects are back with even more good news this morning: the announcement of their brand-new album, For Those That Wish To Exist.
The 15-song, self-produced record the follow-up to 2018’s stunning Holy Hell is due out on February 26 via Epitaph, and features three ridiculously exciting guest spots: Parkway Drive’s Winston McCall, Royal Blood’s Mike Kerr and Simon Neil of Biffy Clyro. Not only that, it sees the Brighton quintet…

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Prince Charles title: How Prince of Wales replaced the word King in royal shake up – Express

PRINCE CHARLES has been the heir apparent since the age of three and became the Prince of Wales at a very young age.

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Prince Charles even held his speech at his investiture ceremony in Welsh.
He declared: “I, Charles, Prince of Wales, do become your liege man of life and limb and of earthly worship, and faith and truth I will bear unto thee, to live and die against all manner of folks.”
He has later said of the important day: “For me, by far the most moving and meaningful moment came when I put my hands between Mummy’s and swore to be her liege man of life and limb and to live and die against all manner of folks—such…

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Fed up Good Morning Britain viewers ‘switch off’ as Kate Garraway and Ranvir Singh ‘try to be Piers’ – Chronicle Live

Viewers were left frustrated after the TV presenters continued to talk over one another and their guest, Labour MP Lisa Nandy, on Wednesday’s programme

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Fans of Good Morning Britain were left frustrated after hosts Kate Garraway and Ranvir Singh continually interrupted MP Lisa Nandy.
Viewers of the ITV show also suggested the presenters were “trying to be Piers Morgan” as they repeatedly spoke over one another and their guest on Wednesday’s programme.
Kate and Ranvir had been questioning the Labour MP after Greater Manchester Mayor Andy Burnham blasted the Government for “playing poker with people’s lives”.
Burnham savaged ministers for failing…

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