MAY SLAMS N KOREA OVER KIM NUKE TEST

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I AM ab­so­lutely hooked on Love Is­land and have been mak­ing the most of my strict bed-rest or­der to catch up on all the episodes I missed while I was abroad last week!

Com­pared to all the other shite on telly at the minute, Love Is­land seems to have got it bang on with their cast­ings and the pro­duc­ers def­i­nitely know what makes good TV.

The peo­ple they have picked are per­fect for re­al­ity TV and I’m glad they’re all un­knowns, rather than des­per­ate wannabes who have done three other shows be­fore­hand.

I love the new girls who have gone in too – es­pe­cially fel­low glam­our girl Danielle Sell­ers!

She is ab­so­lutely gor­geous and she seems like a re­ally lovely girl as well, so I hope she finds some­one in the villa!

I had a lit­tle stalk on her In­sta­gram too af­ter she en­tered the house and I saw that she mod­els for Sixty6 Mag­a­zine, who are owned by the same com­pany that I do telly for!

So I am rep­ping for the 66 fam­ily and root­ing for Danielle to find love and maybe even win the show! THERESA May has con­demned North Korea’s test launch of its first bal­lis­tic mis­sile as Down­ing Street said it was still es­tab­lish­ing the full de­tails of the test – the most suc­cess­ful yet achieved by Kim Jong-Un’s regime.

North Korea’s Academy of De­fence Science said the test of the Hwa­song-14 mis­sile marked the “fi­nal step” in cre­at­ing a “con­fi­dent and pow­er­ful nu­clear state that can strike any­where on Earth”.

US, South Korean and Ja­panese of­fi­cials say it flew for about 40 min­utes, cov­er­ing a dis­tance of 580 miles be­fore land­ing in the ocean.

A US sci­en­tist sug­gested the mis­sile could po­ten­tially be pow­er­ful enough to reach Alaska.

Theresa May’s of­fi­cial spokesman said: “We stand along­side the US and our al­lies to con­front the threat North Korea poses to in­ter­na­tional se­cu­rity. We are still es­tab­lish­ing the full de­tails of what hap­pened.”

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