Seb told Roy that Piers Morgan ‘does his nut in’ (Picture: ITV)Coronation Street fans enjoyed Seb Franklin’s takedown of Piers Morgan last night (May 3).
The scene in question saw Seb feeling rather concerned, after Roy Cropper (David Neilson) approached him to discuss his burgeoning relationship with Nina Lucas (Mollie Gallagher).
‘May I be candid with you?,’ asked Roy, ominously.‘Yeah, you can be whoever you like,’ replied Seb,‘As long as it&rsqu
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- Olivia Longstaff arrived at her farmhouse rental in Oregon to find baby rats in her bed. The six little rodents had chewed their way through the comforter.
- The 66-year-old was killed instantly after his plane plunged into the water soon after he took off from a small airdrome in Murcia in south-east Spain called Aeroclub Totana.
- Andy Burnham, 51, marked his landslide re-election as Greater Manchester mayor last night by making it clear that he still had ambitions to be Labour leader.
- Feeling lucky? (Picture: Getty/Metro.co.uk)The triple rollover Lotto draw took place tonight, with a life-changing £7.9 million up for grabs.Every Wednesday and Saturday the Lotto draw takes place, giving ticket holders the chance to win staggering amounts of money.So what are Saturday’s winning lottery numbers?Metro.co.uk brings you the latest Lotto results, and how to claim your winnings.How to play the UK LottoYou can either play at a participating retaile
- The Reverend Dr Bernard Randall delivered a sermon defending the right of pupils at independent Trent College near Nottingham to question the school's introduction of new LGBT policies.
- Matt Hancock was last night accused of sabotaging the nation's half-term holiday plans as the backlash over the Government's overseas travel blueprint intensified.
- Taken almost a century ago, the unearthed picture shows the Queen's aunt as guest of honour at a garden party at Headingley in Leeds- alongside relatives of the future queen.
- MICHAEL LEWIS: He'd grown up in a big, working-class family in Chicago where his toolmaker father had encouraged him to tackle problems with the same confidence that he shaped steel.
- Claudia Arney,chairwoman of Deliveroo has been handed a key job at the Government department overseeing a crackdown on digital companies, The Mail on Sunday can reveal.
- Bosses at Hammersmith and Fulham Council in West London insist that the weekly Bishops Park and Ravenscourt Park markets are a Covid-19 risk.
- The announcement comes two years after a landmark investigation by Lord Ashcroft exposed how up to 12,000 lions are held on commercial farms in South Africa as part of a repulsive industry.
- Agreed sales last month were up 57 per cent compared with April 2019, with many estate agents now immediately asking prospective buyers for their 'best and final offer' to ward off gazumping.
- EXCLUSIVE: Investigation has found that police officers are still in their jobs after sending offensive and sensitive material via WhatsApp - when similar behaviour in other industries would result in being sacked
- As Liz Truss stands in Ian Fleming's old quarters in Whitehall, surveying the sweeping view across Horse Guards and Downing Street, her stance seems to say: The World Is Not Enough.
- Terence Glover killed Harley Watson and injured nine other children and an adult when he ploughed his car into them outside Debden Park High School in Loughton, Essex.
- Dr Anne Anderson was discussing the Sussexes' TV appearance with Oprah Winfrey when she made the comment about Meghan
- UK holidaymakers are keen to get travelling again (Picture: Getty)People in England will be able to visit the likes of Portugal, Australia, and Israel from May 17 without self-isolating on their return.They are three of 12 countries that have made it onto the green list of the travel traffic light system, which is used to determine what safety measures are needed in order to travel to those places.Amber and red list countries have stricter rules when it comes to self-isolation and quarantining.P
- The seeds of Sir Keir Starmer's humiliation on Thursday were sown nine years ago on a cold February evening in a House of Commons bar, when Labour MP Eric Joyce punched two Tories.
- May has seen colder, wetter temperatures than is usual for this time of year (Pictures: North News and Pictures)The country has shown its dedication to boozing as people defied wet weather and sat in pub gardens with raincoats and umbrellas. It has been near-impossible to get a walk-in table in the UK, particularly in London, since hospitality venues were allowed to open outside on April 12.People have flocked to pubs, bars, restaurants and cafes to reunite with loved ones and have a cheeky
- Keir Starmer was accused of making his deputy Angela Rayner the scapegoat for Labour's election meltdown last night, after he sacked her as party chairman and campaign co-ordinator.
- Karzan Wali posted his appeal on the neighbourhood website Nextdoor after an incident on Hampstead Heath in North London in which he claims Robert Powell's dog bit him.
- Ovidijus Margelis advertised Apple watches on Amazon and eBay but sent out empty parcels carrying homemade devices that ignited to destroy address labels – he then claimed refunds from Amazon and PayPal
- KATIE HIND: Laura Whitmore, responded publicly to a polite email request from a showbiz reporter from the Irish Mail on Sunday about her baby daughter to her agent as 'vile'.
- via bbc.co.ukThe attack took place as the students - thought to be mainly girls - were leaving the Kabul school.
- More than six weeks after fleeing his home following angry demonstrations outside Batley Grammar School in West Yorkshire, the teacher and his family are still being given police protection.
- EXCLUSIVE: A neighbour of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex tells the Sunday Mirror that their precious rescue hens are in serious danger - and rogue bear has already eaten eight of her flock
- Eric’s actions put Aaron in hospital (Picture: ITV)With things reaching breaking point in his and Brenda Walker’s (Lesley Dunlop) relationship, things will get worse for Eric Pollard (Chris Chittell) as he will attack Aaron Dingle (Danny Miller) in upcoming Emmerdale scenes – but will he go to prison?Brenda continues to accuse Faith of stealing her brooch and Aaron overhears, knowing Mack (Lawrence Robb) is secretly responsible for the theft.Pollard tries to explain to Brenda h
- Phil is on the warpath (Picture: BBC)Phil Mitchell (Steve McFadden) is out for revenge in EastEnders next week, as he discovers that Callum Highway (Tony Clay) had been working undercover to try and take him down.
The week in question is, of course, supposed to be that of Ben’s (Max Bowden) wedding to Callum, but given that Callum recently confessed the truth about his undercover job to his fiancé, everything is a bit up in the air!Callum wakes up on what should be the best day of h
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