The suspense is building as I’m A Celebrity kicks off this Sunday. But as the campmates get ready to arrive in the Jungle, the show’s producers are already planning an evacuation, with bad weather and extra creepy crawlies said to be on the horizon.
Plus, there's some rumours about Prince William and Prince Harry featuring in the new Star Wars: The Last Jedi film and some bad news for Mariah Carey fans...
Bakery chain Greggs has been forced to issue an apology after they released a Christmas advert showing a nativity scene with a sausage roll replacing the baby Jesus.
Promotion for their first ever advent calendar turned into a PR nightmare after the advert attracted outrage from offended religious groups.
Right-wing pressure group The Freedom Association claimed the advert was 'sick' and that the retailer would never dare insult other religions, with chief executive Simon Richards calling for people to boycott the brand.
The celebrity tattooist who inks Ed Sheeran is calling for home tattoo kits to be banned, saying half his time is now spent having to fix bad jobs done by non-professionals.
Kevin Paul is concerned by the quality of products that can be bought online to enable people to tattoo at home and thinks the kits shouldn't be allowed.
However Gemma Rawnsley, who says her and her husband have tattooed each other at home, thinks a ban would be too drastic a move. "We can't legislate against absolutely everything," she said. "People make decisions they're going to regret in life. We're not going to legislate against bad relationships."
Premium Bond rate boost, Amazon’s delivery charge change, free posh soup, double-up Nectar points boost and cheap energy. These are our Money Saving Expert Martin Lewis’ Deals of the Week.
Remember, deals can change quickly, even while I’m on the programme. So always double-check the terms and conditions before spending. Plus, while I hope these deals will save you cash, don’t spend if you can’t afford it, don’t need it, or won’t use it.
Thursday 16 November: Kate wears a mustard dress from Dorothy Perkins with animal print shoes from Dune
Thursday 16 November: Charlotte wears a print dress from the Pretty Dress Company with burgundy shoes from Dune
Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe has been confined to his home after the country's army took control of government offices and the state broadcaster. Meanwhile, military leaders in Harare are denying they're staging a coup, insisting their action yesterday was a restoration of order, and that they are targeting 'criminals'.
New CCTV images of missing teenager Gaia Pope taken less than an hour before she disappeared a week ago, have been released by Dorset Police. In them, the 19-year-old can be seen in a petrol station buying an ice cream at around 2.55pm on 7 November. She had been driven between Langton Matravers and Swanage by a family member when they stopped off for fuel at St Michael's Garage on Valley Road in Swanage.
Social media giants Facebook and Snapchat will trial a new service providing direct support to victims of cyberbullying, a royal campaign has announced. The Duke of Cambridge is spearheading a fresh battle against online abuse with the support of a taskforce made up of major tech firms and charities.
Theresa May will take 'personal charge' for government plans to fix the UK’s 'broken' housing market. Acknowledging a lack of affordable properties in the UK has created a 'rootless generation', the Prime Minister said too few homes have been built, and too slowly, which has forced prices to rise.
John McDonnell will call on Philip Hammond to end seven years of austerity with an 'emergency Budget' for public services. The shadow chancellor will push the Chancellor to set out a "genuine and decisive change of course" when he reveals his Budget plans in the Commons next week.
The beautiful rhino is an animal sadly almost driven to extinction by poachers. On today’s show, our debate looked at whether selling rhino horns can save the species.
John Hume is making it his life ambition to save the rhino. He believes the best way to deal with it is to cut off and sell their horns, believing that legalising the horn trade will help stop poaching. He stated: “We need to remove the horn anyway, and we remove it like removing your nails. It removes most of what the poacher wants and makes it less profitable.”
When quizzed by Piers on why he is still selling the ivory he is collecting, he argued: “Bans don’t work, ask the Americans about their alcohol ban. It only creates a business for the illegals.”