It's over by a landslide! Colin Baker becomes the fourth camper to leave the jungle in I'm A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here | UPDATED: 23:42 GMT, 25 November 2012 After facing the jungle creatures of the Panic Room, it was not good news for Colin Baker who failed to collect enough stars to keep him in the jungle. As his and Eric Bristow's boxes were weighed it turned out the darts player had the heavier load which meant he would go back to the camp whilst Colin made his farewells
Comedian Brian Conley quits I'm A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! over mystery illness | UPDATED: 22:04 GMT, 19 November 2012 Brian Conley has become the first star to leave the I'm A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! jungle..
Let the clashes commence: Both I'm A Celeb camps combine for the first time… as two new celebrities are revealed to be joining the show | UPDATED: 01:45 GMT, 14 November 2012 They've finally started to be accustomed to each other after three days in the jungle. But if the I'm A Celebrity..
Nadine Dorries wins Rotten Rhymes bushtucker trial as Helen Flanagan struggles to eat camel toe… but loses in the battle of the swimsuit | UPDATED: 22:33 GMT, 13 November 2012 She may now be starving after not being able to eat a proper meal for the last couple of days, but Helen Flanagan came back empty handed to her camp mates in I'm A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! again on Tuesday night
'I'd eat a kangaroo's bum': Helen Flanagan vows to eat anything on I'm A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here | UPDATED: 11:47 GMT, 10 November 2012 Helen Flanagan has vowed to do everything she can to be a hit on I’m A Celebrity..
The criminal thing about Cowell”s show It”s sheer drivel 9:38 AM on 9th September 2011
Abortion undercover: JENNY STOCKS posed as a vulnerable pregnant woman at six counselling services…. her findings raise disturbing questions 3:14 AM on 30th August 2011 Investigation: Jenny Stocks visited six abortion advice centres, but found that Choices was the only one that gave balanced advice Jenny says the advice given by Mary Stopes seemed to push her towards starting the abortion process and that she had to insist that she had counselling Shake-up: Nadine Dorries is leading a debate in Parliament this week on abortion, which could see the biggest change in laws for the past 20 years Alone: Campaigners have expressed fears for many years that pregnant women are not receiving clear, impartial advice over abortions