Lady Chatterley’s Lover has been hailed as a “sacred text” for British democracy as a campaign is launched to keep a rare copy in the UK.
Debbie McGee says Paul Daniels would have found another woman within a month if she had been the one who died.
Sir Lenny Henry has said there will never be diversity in British media unless legislators are “brave enough” to make it mandatory.
Countryfile presenter Tom Heap has said environmentalism has failed and saving the planet should not be a personal choice.
A former business manager of the late comic book legend Stan Lee has had his initial court appearance in Arizona, where he was arrested after fleeing from California.
Four of Queer Eye’s Fab Five met a rising star of US politics as they discussed LGBT rights in Washington DC.
Sheku Kanneh-Mason, the cellist who played at the royal wedding last year, has congratulated the Duke and Duchess of Sussex on the “wonderful” birth of their son.
Alfie Boe has said he is “honoured and thrilled” to be made an OBE.
Writer and comedian Samantha Bee has said the election of Donald Trump brought a “tidal wave” of online abuse and violent images.
Jack Whitehall has issued an apology, of sorts, to all the celebrities he insulted at the 2018 Brit Awards, ahead of this year’s event on Wednesday.