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Eamonn Holmes regrets ‘stupid’ error as Lorraine Kelly dodged tax row ‘Negates my defence'
Eamonn Holmes, 62, is still in the middle of a tax row with HMRC after the non-ministerial department of the UK Government accused the presenter of paying lower taxes by claiming that he was working as a freelancer.The former This Morning presenter was first targeted by HMRC back in 2018, after they claimed that his former jobs at Sky News, GMTV, Channel 5 and This Morning were staff jobs rather than self-employment.Speaking to Express.co.uk about his ongoing appeal, the latest of which he lost, Eamonn shared: “[It] was the most horrible experience of my life.“I had just come away two weeks earlier from the Inland Revenue bringing me to court about IR35 about being self employed or not.“It seems to be very, very unfair that they can attack you retrospectively."The GB News breakfast host then went on to say that unlike Lorraine Kelly, 62, he has been unable to avoid the scrutiny of the taxman.Speaking on Lorraine’s “unusual” case, in which she faced a £1.2 million tax bill after she was targeted by HMRC back in 2016 on the same grounds as Eamonn, the presenter said: “She's one of the few people who's won it, because she said, in her defence, she wasn't Lorraine.“She said that she is a character that played Lorraine Kelly, and therefore it was like being an actor.“Whereas people like me stupidly say, ‘Well, I'm the same person on screen as I am off screen.’“That negates my defence.”The star finished by saying: “So she is one of the few people who has gone off the radar.”With his battle with HMRC having gone on for nearly four years, Eamonn explained the physical toll it has taken on his health, including a battle with shingles, which developed back in 2018.Defending himself, Eamonn added: “It is nonsense.
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Lorraine Kelly addresses Anthea Turner 'grudge' after being replaced on maternity leave
Lorraine Kelly has said she doesn't hold a grudge against Anthea Turner, 62, despite what people may believe, after she replaced her on GMTV.The 62-year-old was three months into being a new mum to daughter Rosie, now 28, when she wanted to return to work as a freelancer but was told she wasn't needed. The host swiftly learned that Anthea had stepped into her shoes to present the show alongside Eamonn Holmes.Lorraine shed light on the situation when journalist Elizabeth Day asked her if it was true she was sacked while on maternity leave.The presenter confirmed she was correct, to which the podcast host further asked: "Is that not illegal?"She explained on the How To Fail podcast: "No, not back then.That was 1994 and I was freelance.Sarah Beeny says losing hair was ‘really traumatic’ amid chemo"She [Rosie] was born in June and I was going back to work in September, a couple of months later, but if you’re freelance that’s what you have to do."We just got the call about a week before I was due to come back – I was thinking oh I haven’t lost any of my baby weight, who cares."And I just got the call to say, 'Really, sorry we’ve got Anthea Turner, but do you know what thanks and that’s that'."When asked if she held a grudge against Anthea over the move, she replied: No, not at all."Lorraine went on to say her fellow presenter is a "nice girl" but didn't believed she worked well with Eamonn."Her and Eamonn were like oil and water, and it didn’t work," she added.Lorraine helped launch GMTV back in 1993 by presenting a range of programmes.She went on to co-host Daybreak from 2012 but left in 2014 to focus on her own show.Kaleb Cooper has 'never been so poorly' leaving Jeremy Clarkson alone [LATEST]Emma Willis admits telling Matt
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Ruth Langsford has been bedridden with 'lurgy' amid husband Eamonn's recent health woes
Ruth Langsford, 62, has ended her social media absence this week, explaining to her followers that she has been ill with the "lurgy" for the last three days.This comes as her husband Eamonn Holmes, 62, shared an update on his disc surgery, in a bid to help his chronic pain.Ruth took to Instagram in view of her one million Instagram followers to post the short video update.The presenter had been inactive on the social media site since the beginning of the week when she did a memory walk with the Alzheimer's charity.Explaining her absence, Ruth captioned the short video: "After three days in bed with the Lurgy, I'm up and back at work!"See you 7.00 - 9.00pm @qvcuk."Ruth posed for the mirror selfie, alongside her bags in a lift as she prepared for her working day.The Loose Women star's update comes as her husband Eamonn shared details on his "risky" chronic pain surgery.Last week, Eamonn told how he was planning to take time out from his TV presenting responsibilities to have surgery in a bid to help his battle with chronic pain.Eamonn has bravely documented his battle with the condition over the years, including his multiple efforts to relieve the pain.After breaking the news of his operation, the star gave an insight into how long he'll need to recover after the "risky" surgery.Amid his absence from GB News, Twitter user @Nella97_ wrote: "GB News Breakfast isn't the same without Eamonn."Hope you'll be back soon, speedy recovery @EamonnHolmes and the best partnership alongside @IsabelWebster_ #GBNEWS," he added.Eamonn replied: "Thank u Nella."I'll need a week to let my back heal.x"The same social media user penned: "Get well soon, coming back better and stronger," alongside a row of hearts.It comes after the former This
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Eamonn Holmes: GB News host shares health update after chronic pain surgery 'Need to heal'
Eamonn Holmes has taken to Twitter to share an update on his health after he underwent "risky" surgery for his chronic pain.The GB News host, 62, told how he plans to be back on his morning show, Breakfast with Eamonn and Isabel, soon, after taking time off for his back to heal from the operation.Last week, Eamonn told how he was planning to take time out from his TV presenting responsibilities to have surgery in a bit to help his battle with chronic pain.Eamonn has bravely documented his battle with the condition over the years, including his multiple efforts to relieve the pain.After breaking the news of his operation, the star gave an insight into how long he'll need to recover after the "risky" surgery.Amid his absence on GB News, Twitter user @Nella97_ wrote: "GB News Breakfast isn't the same without Eamonn."Hope you'll be back soon, speedy recovery @EamonnHolmes and the best partnership alongside @IsabelWebster_ #GBNEWS," he added.Eamonn replied: "Thank u Nella."I'll need a week to let my back heal.x"The original poster penned: "Get well soon, coming back better and stronger," alongside a row of hearts.It comes after the former This Morning star told how he's been left "immobile" amid his ongoing battle with chronic pain.The star was every inch the proud grandad as he gushed over his granddaughter Emilia walking for the first time.The one-year-old was seen taking numerous steps before she lost her balance in a cute video adored by many of his fans.Alongside the post, he wrote: "My Granddaughter Emilia chose today to take her first steps.....
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Eamonn Holmes forced to take a break from TV as he undergoes important operation
Eamonn Holmes is taking a break from GB News to undergo an operation on his back on Wednesday.MORE: Eamonn Holmes makes cheeky comment about Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield's queue controversyThe presenter, 62, has confessed that whilst the operation comes with risks, he is willing to give it a try due to the constant pain he suffers daily through his lower back and legs.WATCH: Eamonn Holmes worries fans as he visibly struggles to walk in new video"It's an operation that carries a 20 per cent risk of going wrong, but such is the pain and restrictions that I have been suffering for the past 18 months, I've decided it is a risk I am willing to take," he told the Express.RELATED: Eamonn Holmes stuns fans with incredibly youthful appearance in new photoMORE: Ruth Langsford and Eamonn Holmes' £3.25m home their son Jack left – inside photosHe added: "In fact, it's a risk I want to take because, at this moment in time, nothing could seem worse than the constant pain that runs through my lower back and legs." Eamonn with GB News co-presenter Isabel WebsterEamonn also admitted that he was "praying" that God would guide [his] surgeon's hand this week to help him get back to the "man he used to be".The former This Morning star has been very open about his chronic pain, and just last week he reached out to fellow chronic sufferers on Twitter."Hello all my #ChronicPain sufferers .... I know it's not much help but it does help a little I feel to know we are not alone.
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Emotional Eamonn Holmes says he is ‘praying to God’ before 'risky' operation
Eamonn Holmes has confessed he is “praying to God” before undergoing a potentially life-changing operation.The GB News star is set to undergo a vital and “risky” operation which he hopes will relieve him of the chronic pain he is suffering.Eamonn, who is married to Loose Women star Ruth Langsford, had been getting steroid injections in his spine after surgeons decided against surgery at the last minute.READ MORE: Eamonn Holmes breaks silence on Holly and Phillip 'queue-jumping' with brutal digHowever, medics have now agreed to operate on him following an 18-month health struggle.He told Express.co.uk: “This week a surgeon will cut into my back to hopefully relieve pressure on my sciatic nerves.“It’s an operation that carries a 20 percent risk of going wrong, but such is the pain and restrictions that I have been suffering for the past 18 months, I’ve decided it is a risk I am willing to take.”Eamonn, 62, went on to say that he is willing to take the risk because “at this moment in time, nothing could seem worse than the constant pain that runs through my lower back and legs.”Eamonn admitted that he sought comfort in his followers on social media during sleepless nights when he would often communicate with others suffering from chronic pain.“the response was just as overwhelming. It’s sad to think that so many are alone in their pain capsule,” he said.The former This Morning presenter admitted that he is praying to God ahead of the operation and hopes to go back to his pain-free life.He added: “Pray that God will guide my surgeon’s hand this week and help me get back to the man I used to be.
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Strictly's Ellie Taylor 'told off' as her 'boobs are jiggling too much' during rehearsals
Strictly Come Dancing hopeful Ellie Taylor has said she was told her boobs were "jiggling too much" during rehearsals for the show.The comedian took to Instagram to share a selfie of her on the way to training with her dance partner, whose identity is currently unknown.Ellie, 38, was all smiles for the camera seemingly excited for more training ahead of her first live show.In view of her 177,000 followers, she wrote: "Time to sweat away my eyebrows and be told off cos my boobs are jiggling too much.(sic)"The old girls don't get out much, they'll take what they can."Ellie went on to give fans an insight into her training for this weekend.Kirstie Allsopp slams 'Meghan and Harry's treatment of Queen'Posing in the mirror, she danced around the studio and joked she was pretending to be in A Chorus Line.Ahead of this, Ellie told her followers that her professional dancer had been "relentlessly patient".Viewers of the show will find out who this year's dancing duos are on Friday.Despite not performing live yet, Ellie recently joked that she was already "a broken woman".She revealed: “I’m a broken woman BUT mum’s dropped round a homemade Shepherds pie and crumble so it’s all going to be OK."Above the next photo she added: “(By broken woman I mean I’m a bit tired and I had vodka last night when I should have had camomile tea)."Not the biggest tale of woe is it, but I like drama (and crumble)."Ellie will battle it out for the Glitterball trophy against 14 other celebrity hopefuls.Piers Morgan hopes Prince Harry 'wakes up' amid appearance with Meghan [OPINION]Eamonn Holmes backs calls for Phil and Holly's This Morning axe [REACTION]Moment Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield walked past queue [WATCH]Her dance floor rivals are;
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Eamonn Holmes in cryptic dig as he's urged to replace Phil and Holly after 'queue jumping'
Eamonn Holmes, 62, has liked a tweet from a Twitter user who suggested he and Ruth Langsford should come back to This Morning following Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby's queue jump backlash.This Morning presenters were slammed for skipping the regular queue of mourners for the Queen and receiving a fast track press pass to film for the show. Despite being there for work purposes, the duo were slammed on social media as many pointed out that the likes of David Beckham and Susanna Reid queued with the public. Now, Eamonn has liked a tweet from Twitter user Nicole Ramsamy who wrote: "Does this mean we can have @EamonnHolmes and @RuthieeL back on @thismorning please?!"The tweet was a response to one from Dougie Brimson who insisted This Morning writers were "slaving over a laptop desperately trying to come up with a convincing excuse for Phil Schofield and Holly Willoughby #queuejumping".Eamonn moved on from This Morning last year to front his new show with Isabel Webster on GB News.Sharon Osbourne says Ozzy forced to leave family homeHis wife Ruth has remained on the show but not as often, with co-star Rylan Clark.It's not the first time Eamonn has shared his thoughts on the controversy surrounding Phil and Holly in recent days. On GB News, he discussed mourners queuing alongside Christopher Biggins and Dawn Neesom.The former said "everyone had come together for the Queen's death" to which Eamonn replied: "Except not everyone came together, Biggins."Following backlash, This Morning producers were forced to step in and address the situation.A statement on their Instagram read: "This Morning had press accreditation and like other media, Phillip and Holly were escorted to work from the press gallery by government
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