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LILY JAMES

THE gor­geous Bri­tish ac­tress, right has been in the head­lines af­ter she was snapped get­ting close to mar­ried ac­tor, Do­minic West in Italy. Far be it for us to as­sume what is go­ing on there, but she lands our top spot be­cause we are ex­cited to see her in Net­flix’s new adap­ta­tion of the Daphne du Mau­rier clas­sic, Rebecca which hits screens next week.

PASTY AND CHIPS

DIN­ERS can en­joy a pint if they tuck into a pasty and chips in the pub – even in ‘Tier 3’ ar­eas hit hard­est by Covid-19. Com­mu­ni­ties Sec­re­tary Robert Jen­rick con­firmed pasties count as a main meal if served with a side of chips or salad and on a plate to some­one at a ta­ble – a pasty on its own does not qual­ify.

SIR TERRY WO­GAN

THE late ra­dio and TV leg­end has been named the na­tion’s great­est broad­caster of all time. The Ir­ish pre­sen­ter and DJ topped a poll by sound sys­tem brand Ruark Au­dio. Fel­low ra­dio stars John Peel and Tony Black­burn took sec­ond and third place.

STRICTLY COME DANC­ING

DE­SPITE fears that Covid-19 would pre­vent it from go­ing ahead, this year’s se­ries kicks off tonight, and with all the doom and gloom in the world right now, we have never had greater need for its sequins and sparkle.

Claudia Win­kle­man and Tess Daly are bringing the sparkle back to TV

ELE­PHANTS BAKE OFF’S SURA

THE pharmacy dis­penser be­came the lat­est baker to be sent home af­ter she pre­sented the judges with a raw cake in what proved to be a very dif­fi­cult choco­late week for a lot of the bak­ers.

QUAL­ITY STREET

SHOP­PERS have been up in arms af­ter delv­ing into their tubs and tins to find they are miss­ing some of their most pop­u­lar choco­lates like the Pur­ple Ones. Nes­tle con­firmed that some lines were tem­po­rar­ily halted due to lock­down, but that any miss­ing va­ri­eties were re­placed with other choco­lates, and that there is no change to the over­all weight of the tubs, tins and car­tons.

BIT­ING SOME­ONE ELSE’S BURGER

IN a sur­vey of 2,000 adults for pie brand Pukka, tak­ing a bite of some­one else’s burger was voted the big­gest din­ner time faux pas. It was fol­lowed by chip theft, and not or­der­ing your­self a pud­ding then snaf­fling some­one else’s.

IT IS feared the gi­ant an­i­mals could dis­ap­pear from Ivory Coast, mainly due to for­est be­ing cleared for farm­ing. Of the 25 pro­tected ar­eas in the West African coun­try, just four had ele­phants and in low num­bers, a sur­vey found.

Bake Off hope­ful Sura got a raw deal

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