David Walliams turns 50 as Little Britain star reunites with former flame Keeley Hazell

Lorraine: David Walliams discusses his writing classes We use your sign-up to provide content in ways you’ve consented to and to improve our understanding of you. This may include adverts from us and 3rd parties based on our understanding. You can unsubscribe at any time. More info David Walliams undoubtedly will be celebrating turning 50 today as he seemingly confirmed his romance

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Chelsea 'pull out of David Alaba free transfer race over £400k-a-week demands as Real Madrid agree deal with Bayern ace'

CHELSEA have reportedly pulled out of the race to sign David Alaba on a free transfer. The Austrian defender, 28, is out of contract at Bayern Munich in the summer and looks set to leave for nothing. But according to ESPN, his £400,000-a-week wage demands are simply too much for the Blues to pursue a deal any further. Real Madrid

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Chelsea fans brag selling David Luiz to Arsenal was ‘best business ever’ after defender’s horror show in Brighton loss – The Sun

CHELSEA FANS were in hysterics after witnessing another Arsenal horror show from their former defender David Luiz. The Brazilian, who won the Premier League and Champions League with the Blues, has been a calamity alongside Sokratis at the back for the Gunners this season. And with Chelsea in fourth position already sitting TEN points above managerless Arsenal, jubilant fans were

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David Gilmour Explains How ‘Sorrow’ Helped Him Move On Without Roger Waters

David Gilmour has recalled how writing the 1987 song “Sorrow” helped him and his Pink Floyd bandmates move forward without Roger Waters. According to Gilmour, the revelation came while he was working on A Momentary Lapse of Reason, which became the band’s first LP without co-founder Waters. “I had been working for some time in the studio on a number

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Feds cut heavy-icebreaker order from Vancouver shipyard

OTTAWA – The federal government has taken construction of the coast guard’s next heavy icebreaker away from a Vancouver shipyard, the latest in a string of changes to Canada’s multibillion-dollar shipbuilding strategy. Seaspan Shipbuilding was tapped in 2011 to build the icebreaker, the CCGS John G. Diefenbaker, as part of a larger order that also included four science vessels for

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