"You don't expect him to be one of the boys but he actually is," said Binky before Andy said that he didn't think that Proudlock liked Lucy enough. As the sun was setting, Binky and Will finally spent some alone time together until Will eventually asked her on a date. But as the boys enjoyed a game of croquet, Andy told Proudlock that Lucy knew that he was hooking up with other people and Proudlock admitted that that he didn't want a girlfriend. Across the lawn, Louise confronted Jamie about the rumours with Jamie saying that he didn't want to lie to a friend again, like he did with Binky and Alex's relationship. VIEW GALLERY … [Read more...] about Cheating rumours tear apart Made in Chelsea friendships
Rebuilding trust after cheating
McDonnell did offer up a few policies with broad appeal - promising to introduce a "real living wage" of any least £10 in 2020 (The Conservatives have already committed to increasing the national minimum wage to £9 (in that period) and to "end the scourge of tax avoidance". … [Read more...] about Will voters trust John McDonnell with UK economy?
Back on a night out with the boys, Andy warned Stevie that he might be compromising his friendship with Lucy by supporting Proudlock's flirty lifestyle. Meanwhile, Lucy advised Louise to be careful of Alik's lies, as she said that the boys were "expert liars". "Your gut always knows," said Lucy, to a concerned Louise. The boys also chatted about the cheating rumours on their night out, with Jamie and Spencer saying that Proudlock was the "least reliable guy recently" with an irrate Alik getting increasingly more annoyed at the boys' accusations. "Please don't blend your boy problems with my relationship," shouted Alik. The next day, Andy popped round to Alik and Louise's house to drop over his guitar and ended up staying to jam with him. VIEW GALLERY … [Read more...] about Louise finds out the truth in Made in Chelsea
Williamson admitted the governments plan’s for a June return may have been ambitious. “If it was a little bit ambitious, I would hold my hands up to that, but I want to see and what we will see in September is that every school, every child and every lesson will be running and children will be able to go into schools, they’ll be able to have the benefit of a world-class education that we actually provide.” … [Read more...] about Fines for school non-attendance in England to resume from autumn
On Monday the president of the lower house of parliament, Laura Boldrini, who has suffered misogynistic insults and threats of rape during her political career, celebrated the victories of Raggi and Appendino. “Rome and Turin will be administered by two young women. Congratulations and good luck with your work to mayors Virginia Raggi and Chiara Appendino,” Boldrini wrote on Twitter. … [Read more...] about Anti-establishment candidates elected to lead Rome and Turin