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Dan Walker could be replaced on BBC Breakfast by Channel 5 co-star amid on-set 'unease'
Dan Walker could be replaced on BBC Breakfast by his new Channel 5 co-star Julian Druker.Dan left the BBC for good last month and made the move to 5 News, which he presents alongside Claudia-Liza Vanderpuije. Since then, the BBC have been considering various candidates to take over from him.One of which is Channel 5 news reporter Julian Druker, a BBC source confirmed exclusively to Daily Star - who Dan appeared alongside just last week (June 10).Julian was outside London's High Court to discuss the plans to send refugees to Rwanda, which subsequently failed to go ahead on Tuesday (June 14).Dan asked Julian: "Good evening, what’s been happening?"Later, the clip cut to Dan in the studio as he wondered: "And Julian, there’s been other opposition to the plans?"Julian was all professionalism as he responded: "Yes, Labour leader Keir Starmer today describing it as a 'chaotic diversion', said it hasn’t been thought through, he says ministers here should get around the table with ministers in France…"But our BBC source has claimed that Julian could be eyeing up Dan's old job with its eye-watering £100,000 salary for a three day week.They told Daily Star that while BBC star Jon Kay looks to be the frontrunner, other names are still in the mix."Jon Kay is very popular in the newsroom, but the process to replace Dan is still ongoing with a few weeks left apparently.
Adil Ray argues 'it's my job to correct you' as he incessantly interrupts GMB guest - - Britain - Ukraine - Rwanda - Afghanistan
Adil Ray argues 'it's my job to correct you' as he incessantly interrupts GMB guest
Good Morning Britain guest confessed “there’s no point talking to you” on the show due to the constant interruption from co-star Adil Ray.During Thursday’s (June 16) instalment of the popular ITV breakfast show, the 48-year-old broadcaster welcomed journalist Quentin Letts onto the show to discuss the government’s next move over the policy to deport those who enter the UK illegally to Rwanda.The first planned deportation flight to Rwanda was cancelled after a last-minute intervention from the European Court of Human Rights on the same day that 440 people were found attempting to cross the English Channel and enter the UK.As Priti Patel confirmed she was committed to making sure the policy was carried out, it’s fair to say the discussion quickly became heated after Adil discussed how the UK government should be treating migrants.On the show, Adil locked horns with the parliamentary sketch writer and journalist for The Times over how to handle those who try to make the life-changing journey across the English Channel.Adil argued that Rwandan refugees shouldn’t be treated any “different” to Ukrainians who have been given every opportunity to seek refuge in the UK through legal methods online.Quentin replied: “Because Ukrainians, as far as I know, aren’t washing up dead on the beaches of Dover.”Adil explained: “That’s my point, they’re not because they’re allowed to apply online, so if they didn’t have an online visa system...actually some of them are at Calais. Most of them, because they’ve got an online visa system.“The Afghans do not have an online visa system.
Geri Horner - Ginger Spice - Geri Halliwell - Darwin Nunez - Spice Girls’ Geri Horner to receive honorary doctorate for her philanthropic work - - Manchester - Rwanda - city Sheffield
Spice Girls’ Geri Horner to receive honorary doctorate for her philanthropic work
Spice Girls star Geri Horner will receive an honorary doctorate award from Sheffield Hallam University for her work championing children, young people and women’s rights.The 49-year-old singer, known to fans as Ginger Spice, will collect her award at a degree ceremony in November, where more than 12,000 students will be graduating from the university this year.Geri said it was a ‘great privilege’ to be honoured and described education as a ‘superpower’.‘I sincerely believe education is a superpower, supporting young people with the confidence, perspective and experience to pursue their life goals and dreams,’ she exclaimed.‘I’m delighted to receive the award and very much look forward to returning to Sheffield Hallam for the graduation ceremony later this year.’She recently visited the campus to meet vice-chancellor, Professor Sir Chris Husbands, and students in media, arts and communication.‘Geri Halliwell-Horner’s contribution to raising the aspirations of children and young people alongside her commitment to promoting women’s rights align closely with the university’s mission to transform lives,’ Sir Chris enthused.‘I am delighted that she has accepted our offer to award her an honorary doctorate in recognition of her philanthropic work, and look forward to welcoming her to our community.’Darwin Nunez explains decision to pick Liverpool over Manchester United'We should send you to Rwanda' emerging as new racist slur ahead of deportationsNetflix announces real-life Squid Game competition show with biggest ever cash prizeGeri shot to fame in the 1990s as part of the Spice Girls, who scored nine number one singles and two number one albums during their pomp.She is also vice-patron of Breast Cancer Care, inaugural