Washington Daily News

ANTON DU BEKE has left BBC viewers fuming after a major blunder on last night’s Strictly Come Dancing. Anton Du Beke, 54, joined the judging panel full time for this year’s series of Strictly Come Dancing, after a successful guest stint last year. While the former professional dancer has mostly been well received as a judge by viewers and his fellow professionals, he had a huge blunder last night while judging Ugo Monye and Oti Mabuse’s Rumba. As the couple listened to the judge’s feedback, Anton’s turn came, and he told them: “There was an element of ‘I’d better do…

BORIS JOHNSON has been urged to tackle a ‘triple planetary crisis’ that is threatening humanity – broken down into the impacts of climate change, biodiversity loss and water stress. Biodiversity investors Treeconomy says there is a huge opportunity to create “a lot of jobs” and a net zero economy following a stark report by nature capital firm Cultivo. Harry Grocott, co-founder of Treeconomy, exclusively told This website how private investment from the bottom up can fight against these challenges. The report warns the global surface temperature is 1.09C higher in the decade between 2011-2020 than between 1850-1900. But the past five years…

Ant and Dec’s new show PETA criticizes the I’m A Celebrity commercial, calling it “desperate for cheap chuckles.” PETA has slammed ANT AND DEC for using what looks to be a Shetland pony in the new I’m A Celebrity campaign, provoking outrage among some fans and slamming the “desperate” decision for “cheap laughs.” Animal rights group PETA has slammed Ant McPartlin, 45, and Dec Donnelly, 46, for their latest I’m A Celebrity commercial. The official trailer for this year’s season, which features the boys dressed as knights gallantly riding horses across the Welsh plains, was published on Friday last week.…

COVID testing has been the topic of conversation since the pandemic began. Which ones work best? How can I get one? How accurate are they? Now, it has emerged sneaky youngsters have found a way to trick the system. Any parent of teenagers will be well aware that finding an excuse to get off school will be exploited by youngsters keen to flex their independence. But a new problem facing parents is how to tell if a child has a fake positive on a lateral flow test, without having to keep them out of school while waiting for the result…