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Jake Gyllenhaal looks handsome in white jacket as he's pictured out in London amid return to the West End after 18 years
The Hollywood heartthrob is across the pond to promote Spider-Man: Far From Home and was spotted outside the BBC Radio 2 studios on Friday looking cheerful.
Hilarious moment BBC politics reporter is interrupted by a VERY exuberant teenager who leaps into shot and starts repeating him during live broadcast on Tory leadership race
BBC London politics editor Tim Donovan was in Uxbridge, west London, breaking down the battle for the country's next PM when the teen appeared from nowhere and parroted him.
James Corden is feeling 'sick with nerves' over Gavin and Stacey Christmas special... as he reveals the first read-through is NEXT WEEK
James Corden admitted he was feeling 'sick with nerves' about reuniting with his co-stars for the very firs Gavin and Stacey read-through, set to take place next week.
Bank of England governor Mark Carney dismisses Tory front-runner Boris Johnson's claim that Britain can avoid EU trade tariffs in a No Deal Brexit
Mark Carney (pictured) says that the UK leaves the EU without a trade agreement in place, there will be both short-term and long-term consequences in terms of trade for Britain.
Poldark actress Beatie Edney, 56, accuses the BBC of 'ageism' as she claims they 'failed to invite' her to the premiere of the new season
Poldark star Beatie Edney accused the BBC of 'ageism' after she claimed they didn't invite her to the premiere of the new season on Thursday evening.
BBC's Andrew Marr blasts his 'white, middle-class, wealthy, drug-taking' neighbours in north London for being complicit in trade that's fuelling city's murder epidemic
BBC journalist Andrew Marr has linked residents of Primrose Hill 'living in their nice houses' taking drugs with the slaughter on the streets of the capital, writes SEBASTIAN SHAKESPEARE.
'My Desert Rat father will be turning in his grave': Mastermind viewers slam BBC after new champion wins by one point with the 'WRONG' answer (so did she say 'gerbil' or 'jerboa'?)
Judith Lewis, 59, emerged as the winner of the quiz series on Thursday after being given a point for answering a question on the symbol of the Army's Desert Rats 'correctly'.
The BBC confirmed on Thursday that it the singing competition show would come to an end after its second season.
BBC is to launch a major review of how it vets guests in wake of controversial Tory leadership debate - but stops short of blaming anyone for the fiasco
The corporation says it will learn lessons after it was accused of breaching its own rules on impartiality during the biggest political show of the year watched by 5.8million people.
Tory leadership candidates threaten to BOYCOTT next BBC TV debate after the 'biased' corporation failed to vet imam who made anti-Semitic comments
The five-way BBC debate earlier this week has been widely condemned after it emerged one of the 'ordinary voters' posting questions was an imam who had previously posted vile tweets about Israel.
'I thought I looked massive': Oti Mabuse reveals her 28GG boobs left her in TEARS during Strictly Come Dancing dress fittings
The dancer, 28, will candidly discuss her body issues on Thursday's Lorraine as part of a new series called Body Confidential.
Now ex-Labour HQ worker who was allowed to quiz Tory leadership hopefuls on BBC hustings is SUSPENDED by his law firm employer over Hitler tweets
A post by Aman Thakar about the Nazi leader was unearthed after he was exposed as a former Labour employee and the party's Southwark council candidate in 2018.
Boris Johnson's 'Muslim great-grandfather' was an Ottoman journalist, poet and liberal politician who was brutally murdered by a lynch mob as he faced a treason charge
Boris Johnson referred to his 'Muslim great grandfather' during yesterday's televised Tory leadership debate as he defended himself against accusations of Islamophobia.
SIMON WALTERS: Rory Stewart's exotic blend of Mick Jagger and Lawrence of Arabia crumbled like an Eton Mess
SIMON WALTERS: Rory Stewart's decision to rip off his tie in the middle of Tuesday's Tory leadership TV hustings turned out to be a flamboyant gesture too far for the Tory leadership hopeful.
STEPHEN GLOVER: After the fiasco of the BBC's leadership debate on Tuesday evening, it was still just about possible to think that what happened was more cock-up than conspiracy.
MPs call for Ofcom to probe BBC's 'disgraceful' leadership debate that featured an anti-Israel imam who blames women for rape, a Labour apparatchik and other nakedly anti-Tory guests - as broadcaster still WON'T apologise
Former Tory leader Iain Duncan Smith said there was 'clear bias' against the Conservatives and regulator Ofcom should be called in. He added the BBC 'must apologise.'
Plucked from 30,000 online applicants but only checked on social media one day before: BBC faces troubling questions over how staff picked and vetted guests who posed questions to Tory leadership hopefuls
The corporation has been rocked by scandal after an Imam's anti-Semitic tweets were not found and they failed to tell the 5million people watching that Aman Thakar stood to be a Labour councillor.
Former Coronation Street star Catherine Tyldesley is the latest celeb name to be linked to the 2019 series of Strictly Come Dancing.
Chris Patten (pictured), the chancellor of the University of Oxford, and Sir Michael Lyons said the BBC made a mistake by agreeing to take on the licence cost from the Government.
BBC's Sports News Correspondent Richard Conway in talks with Qatar World Cup 2022 organisers about becoming a spin doctor for the state
EXCLUSIVE: Qatar World Cup 2022 organisers have held extensive talks with the BBC's Sports News Correspondent Richard Conway about becoming a spin doctor for the state.
Girl, 15, uses BBC's Tory leadership debate as a platform to peddle climate change agenda as she warns of further mass walk-outs at schools unless Government takes urgent action
Erin Curtis (pictured) from Scotland asked the candidates if they would make tough carbon neutral pledges, and has now revealed that she is part of the Student Climate Network
'Practise what you preach!' Sajid Javid lashes out at Imam who berated Tory leader hopefuls over Islamophobia after vile anti-Jewish tweets surface
Home Secretary Sajid Javid demanded Abdullah Patel 'practise what he preach' in the wake of exchanges on the BBC's TV debate last night.
Reggie Yates admits he was left on the brink of depression after spending five days in a Texas jail with inmates on suicide watch, breakfast served at 1am and no natural light
Actor Reggie Yates spent five days as an inmate at Bexar County jail in Texas, one of the biggest prisons in the state. He was shocked by the very minor crimes committed by some of the inmates there.
Sneering Rory Stewart, toned down Gove and a VERY alpha leg stance from Boris: MailOnline body language expert Judi James reveals who really has the power in this race for PM
The remaining five Tory leadership candidates faced off in a BBC debate on Tuesday evening and clashed on issues such as Brexit and taxation.
Rory the Tory gets our vote! Social media users reveal PM hopeful Stewart is their 'weird crush', calling him a 'real-life James Bond' who looks like he could be 'the bassist in a Britpop band'
The 46-year-old Tory MP may not be destined for Downing Street anytime soon but he's certainly won a few hearts during the race for the Tory leadership.
'An hour of men shouting inanely at each other': BBC viewers deliver withering verdict on their 'shambolic' Tory leadership debate where host Emily Maitlis was left shushing 'manspreading' candidates
Emily Maitlis who hosted the much-anticipated TV debate was singled out for criticism online after the five candidates talked over each other and made it hard to hear answers to questions.
'We MUST leave EU by October': Boris comes under fire from ALL sides as he finally breaks cover in chaotic leadership debate and vows to reject Brexit delay - but backs off calls for tax cuts for rich
Boris Johnson lined up alongside Rory Stewart, Jeremy Hunt, Michael Gove and Sajid Javid for the hour-long session at the BBC studios in London.
'I thought maybe if I took my tie off, we could get back to a bit of reality': Rory Stewart says he 'felt the debate was moving off into an alternate reality' - as he is criticised for not being smart enough
The International Development Secretary was widely mocked on social media for removing the item of clothing as he went head to head with his Tory leadership rivals on the BBC.
Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe's husband hits back at Boris Johnson insisting Tory leadership favourite's gaffe aided Iran's propaganda against his wife
Referring to comments by Mr Johnson in the Tory leadership TV debate that his remarks made no difference, Richard Ratcliffe told the Today programme: 'Of course they had consequences.'.
EastEnders bosses reveal Suzette Llewellyn will join the soap as Patrick Trueman's new love interest
EastEnders bosses revealed on Tuesday that the actress, 56, is set to join the soap as Sheree, a new love interest for Patrick Trueman (Rudolph Walker).
'Westlife are looking rough these days': Twitter users poke fun at BBC Tory leader debate stage setup - as Rory Stewart stuns viewers by rolling his eyes and bizarrely taking off his TIE mid-way
The circular chair format chosen by the BBC made it look like a boy band was being interviewed, with people on Twitter comparing the Tory leadership candidates to Irish crooners Westlife.
BBC chief Lord Hall says corporation only took on cost of free licence fees for over-75s because of austerity-driven Conservative government
Director-general Lord Tony Hall says the incoming Tory government were the reason the BBC decided to take on the expensive concession - which could cost the UK broadcaster £725 million by 2020.
Siri, who is going to be the next Prime Minister? Hilarious moment Conservative MP is interrupted by his PHONE as he gives interview on Tory leadership race
The Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for International Trade was giving an interview on BBC news when he was unwittingly interrupted by the 'Siri' voice activation function on his iPhone.
EastEnders' Jessie Wallace nails sporty chic in blue vest and hotpants as she heads to her local post office
The soap star, 47, opted for a dressed down appearance as she stepped out to visit her local post office with a pal in London earlier this month.
You think THAT'S bad? Messy bedroom pictures continue to flood in as frustrated parents share pain of BBC's Nicky Campbell after he posted photo of his teenage daughter's untidy room
Campbell posted a tweet to his 141,300 followers on Monday showing the teenager's untidy room adding that the mess had 'really p*****' him off.
BBC presenter and father-of-four Nicky Campbell finally snaps and posts a pic of his daughter's messy bedroom to his Twitter followers saying - 'you are nearly 19 years old and I am sick of it'
The 58-year-old radio presenter slammed his daughter's untidiness as he said to her 'it just really p***** me off' and told her the mess strewn across her bedroom was 'completely unacceptable'.
So how many children DOES Boris have? Johnson under pressure to answer questions about the size of his family as privacy case over 'illegitimate daughter' resurfaces
Boris Johnson's allies were grilled by the BBC's Emma Barnett and ITV's Piers Morgan today as the former foreign secretary was criticised for failing to answer questions about his personal life.
BBC presenter Anita Rani says TV bosses expect her to 'justify' her ideas for shows while 'posh white men' at the corporation get a free pass
Miss Rani, 41, told Channel 4's Diverse festival in Bradford yesterday that as an Asian woman, 'I'm expected to explain why I should be presenting something much more than others'.
Sadiq Khan brands Donald Trump a 'poster boy for racists' in rebuke three days after President called him a 'national disgrace' as London's 2019 murder toll hits 60
The Mayor said it was 'remarkable' the President was 'amplifying a racist tweet'. It comes after Trump said Khan was a 'national disgrace destroying London'.
More than 20 shows on the BBC's new £32m Scottish TV channel attract ZERO viewers as public brands it 'rubbish' and a 'waste' of the licence fee
Presenter Lucy White is pictured above on The Seven, one of the programmes on the BBC's new flagship Scottish TV channel which did not register a single viewer.
Boris's TV dinners? Drivers deliver TWO takeaways to Johnson's home as Tory rivals were slugging it out on leadership C4 debate
Rivals berated Boris Johnson for not being 'arsed' to take part in the debate last night before turning on each other over Brexit. Pictures reveal that Boris stayed at home in London for a takeaway.
DOMINIC LAWSON: BBC Newsnight also cited the Depression of the 1930s as the nearest thing to modern Britain under the Conservatives.
For some, it's Jodie Comer's brilliant performance that have made Killing Eve such a hit. For others it's her designer wardrobe that keeps them glued to the BBC drama.
Laura Whitmore nails biker chic in a distressed Guns N' Roses jacket and skinny jeans at BBC studios while beau Iain Stirling films Love Island in Spain
The Irish host, 34, kept up with her presenting schedule as she was pictured entering the BBC Radio 5 Studios in London, England, on Sunday morning.
Jeremy Hunt warns of 'great risk' of Third Gulf War as Royal Marines are readied to be sent to the region after Iran is blamed for oil tanker attacks
The Foreign Secretary has insisted an independent UK assessment puts the blame for the two tanker attacks firmly on Tehran but insisted neither the US now Iran is seeking war.
'Where's the balance?' Viewers slam Q&A;'s science special as 'propaganda' - as new ABC boss admits the national broadcaster is biased
The ABC is continuing to mock a One Nation senator to promote a Q&A; science special, after the national broadcaster's new boss declared the organisation needed to be more balanced.
BBC refuses to cut stars' enormous salaries, insisting it would not save enough money to cover the £745million cost of giving free licences to pensioners
The BBC defended its lavish pay deals yesterday as petitions to save free TV licences for the over-75s edged towards one million signatures.
Sky in talks to show Cricket World Cup final at Lord's on free-to-air TV in move mimicking the Champions League
It was confirmed on Sunday that talks have begun between Sky and World Cup organisers for the final on July 14 at Lord's to be made available outside of the subscription channel.
Where's Boris? Johnson's leadership rivals blast Tory frontrunner for 'hiding from the public' after he snubbed TV debate, 'refuses to say what he believes' and snuck into a hustings via a side door
Tory rivals have slammed the front runner for his 'submarine' campaign strategy, jibing that no-one 'knows what he believes'.
'I don't think he should take a rematch - maybe he should take some time out and regroup': Frank Warren urges Anthony Joshua to think carefully before fighting Andy Ruiz Jr again
Warren urged the Londoner not to take a rematch with Andy Ruiz Jr, who defeated him in New York earlier this month as a late replacement following Jarrell Miller's positive drug test.
Over-75s may claim millions in benefits for free TV licences as Age UK reveals it's been 'inundated' with calls
Under the new rule, only over-75s who receive Pension Credit will be eligible for a free licence in the UK from next year.
The thing that annoys me about it most is that the Corporation will be destroyed by its lavish spending of public money, which isn't really that bad.
More than half a million people sign petition against the BBC's 'unfair' decision to axe free TV licences for the over-75s
The petition on the Age UK website, entitled Switched Off: Save free TV for older people, reached the 500,000 mark on Saturday afternoon.
Cheryl shows off her daring sense of style in a £280 yellow Alexander Wang lace top and quirky red sunglasses as she arrives at BBC Radio 2
Cheryl, 35, was once again showing off her daring fashion sense in a quirky yellow lace top and red sunglasses she arrived at BBC Radio 2 on Saturday.
Jo Brand will NOT face police action after she sparked fury with her 'joke' about throwing battery acid at politicians
David Baddiel labelled the BBC 'cowardly' after the organisation censored the joke which Jo Brand has made regarding the state of politics in the UK.
DR MAX THE MIND DOCTOR: The fact the BBC scrapped the free license fee in the UK is outrageous.
Furious pensioners will march on BBC offices across the country in protest at the decision to axe free TV licences for 3.7m over-75s
A nationwide demonstration at BBC offices throughout the nation will take place next week amid growing fury at the decision to strip 3.7million over-75s of their free TV licences next year.
BBC reporter accused of saying 'F***' at a yob interrupting her live broadcast insists she actually said 'WHAT' as a Tory MP praises her for 'summing up what we all felt'
BBC South East reporter Amanda Akass was presenting a live segment on train tickets outside of Tunbridge Wells station when the man came up behind her and began shouting expletives.
TV chef who was heading for a Michelin star reveals he only has 12 months to live because the cancer that stole his sense of taste has returned
Tim Bilton, 47, of West Yorkshire, was first diagnosed with melanoma in March 2013. He felt confident he had beaten it, only to discover stage four cancer in his left leg and kidney in December.
SAS turn their attention to Putin: British Special Forces are secretly plotting to shift focus from ISIS to Russia in the wake of Salisbury Novichok attack
Special Forces are asking the government to approve a secret operation that would see them shift from manhunts in the Middle East to focus on counter-intelligence missions guarding against Russia.
Boris WILL join TV debate... but only AFTER the next round of voting - by which time contest could be virtually decided
It takes place almost immediately after the next round of leadership votes, in which several of the six remaining candidates are expected to fail to meet the 33 vote target to progress to round three.
Now Rory Stewart says he WOULD serve under favourite Boris Johnson after previously calling himself the 'anti-Boris' contender - as Matt Hancock quits race
The International development Secretary, who previously described himself as the 'anti-Boris' choice in the race to replace Theresa May, said he would be 'honoured to serve' if asked.
Yes, Jo Brand's made an ass of herself. But spare me the outrage over her battery acid 'joke': RICHARD LITTLEJOHN says free speech is for everyone... even hypocrites
RICHARD LITTLEJOHN: Jo Brand was talking about the fashion for chucking milkshake over Right-wing politicians. Farage was on the receiving end while campaigning in Newcastle.
Police commissioner 'broke the law' while trying to gain publicity off the back of Nick Knowles' driving case because he posed for a photo within court precincts
Martin Surl spoke to the BBC presenter after he appeared at Cheltenham Magistrates court in Gloucestershire yesterday to thank him for not fighting charges against him for speeding.
Comedian Jo Brand pulls out of a charity event following backlash over her battery acid joke as she APOLOGISES for her 'crass and ill-judged' gag
The 61-year-old comic (pictured last night) was due to attend the Alzheimer's Society event, with Buzz Bingo, in London on Saturday, but a spokesman said her 'schedule has changed'.
The Duchess and the DJ! Camilla is elegant in blue as she joins Chris Evans to meet the schoolgirl winners of a BBC Radio 2 short story competition
Camilla, 71, was elegant in a cornflower blue dress as she joined DJ Chris Evans, 53, at Windsor Castle to present prizes for BBC Radio 2 Breakfast Show's 500 Words competition.
Piers Morgan accuses BBC of double standards for backing Jo Brand over 'battery acid' joke while sacking Danny Baker for tweeting about royal baby
Jo Brand joked on Radio 4 that protestors should throw 'battery acid' rather than milkshakes on politicians they disliked but insisted she could not be fired by the BBC, not being an employee.
Former cricketer Andrew Strauss recalls 'brutally vivid' moment he had to tell his young sons their mother was dying of cancer in the 'hardest conversation' of his life
Former England director of cricket Andrew Strauss, 42, has revealed that telling his sons, Sam, 13, an Luca, 10, their mum was going to die was the 'hardest conversation' of his life.
BBC's cruel insult to our elders: TV adventurer BEN FOGLE explains why he is donating his entire salary for this year's Animal Park to pay for pensioners' TV licences
BEN FOGLE, pictured with his mother, actress Julia Foster, explains why he was disgusted at the BBC's announcement that the license fee would no longer be free for Britain's over-75s.
Pressure grows on Boris Johnson to appear in upcoming live TV debates after he becomes hot favourite to be our next Prime Minister
The former Mayor of London is now the only candidate who has not agreed to the Channel 4 show, fuelling accusations that he is limiting his media appearances to avoid scrutiny.
Former BBC boss Michael Grade will lead a probe into the effects of problem gambling on society and the £1bn cost to the taxpayer because of the strain it puts on healthcare, housing and the police
The House of Lords probe will look in particular at the effect of online gambling on society and the 'gamblification' of sport. It will also look at whether lotteries push people towards gambling issues.
Royle Family actor Ricky Tomlinson joins stars including Jeremy Paxman, Michael Palin and Ben Fogle in blasting the decision to axe BBC-funded free TV licences for 3.7m over-75s as charity's petition tops 450,000
The former Newsnight host accused the BBC of 'shooting itself in the foot' for accepting responsibility for the benefit from the government.
Police WILL probe Jo Brand's 'acid attack on politicians' remark after she is accused of incitement to violence - but the defiant comedian insists: 'The BBC can't sack me'
Brand, 61, (pictured today) said she had nothing to say to Farage and others outraged by her comments as she spoke outside her £1.9million house in Dulwich, south east London.
Madonna reveals she once ripped her leotard from her vagina to her bottom in order to stand out from the other girls in dance school when she was 19
In an interview about her new album, Madame X, Madonna has revealed how she made herself stand out from the other girls in dance class.
Rob Lowe wants to lead a reboot of The West Wing. The actor starred in the political drama as Deputy White House Communications Director Seaborn for four years between 1999 and 2003.
No10 DENIES Sajid Javid was snubbed from Trump's state banquet for being Muslim or at the request of the White House after he says it is 'odd' lower-ranking ministers were invited
Home Secretary Sajid Javid was a notable omission from the opulent event at Buckingham Palace last week in honour of the US president.
BBC's George Alagiah says he's 'grateful for the public's support' after revealing his cancer has returned
Newsreader George Alagiah has spoken warmly of his supportive fans as he prepares to face yet more treatment for bowel cancer.
Acid attack victims slam Jo Brand's 'vile' and 'inhumane' remark as they call on her and the BBC to apologise and say police should arrest her
Victims including Sophie Hall (pictured) who was sprayed with a corrosive substance in a London nightclub demanded police take action after Brand suggested acid should be thrown on politicians.
Porsches, horses... and £6m lair like a Bond villain: GUY ADAMS investigates Neil Woodford, the investment fund chief who has stopped savers from withdrawing their own cash
Perched halfway up a cliff, in the Devon resort of Salcombe, the six-bedroom property cost £6.35million when Woodford, 59, and second wife Madelaine.