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Top Birmingham Mail News
Prince Harry · United Kingdom
Endgame pulled from Dutch bookshops after royal who 'questioned' Archie's skin colour 'named'
The sale of a new book about the Royal Family has been halted in the Netherlands. Xander, the publishers of the Dutch translation of Omid Scobie's Endgame, have put sales of the book on hold "temporarily" over what it calls an "error". See the Story
47% Right coverage: 38 sources
Britney Spears · United States
Jamie Lynn Spears leaves I'm A Celebrity on medical grounds
Jamie Lynn Spears has become the second jungle-member to leave I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! on medical grounds in a few days. See the Story
38% Center coverage: 31 sources
Benidorm · Benidorm
Calls for a bank holiday after Benidorm legend Sticky Vicky dies
Sticky Vicky has died at the age of 80, her heartbroken family have announced. The X-rated entertainer was a very familiar face in the Spanish town. Vicky spent 30 years performing wild tricks and built up a cult following. It is estimated that six million people have seen her show.See the Story
38% Left coverage: 16 sources
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Jeremy Hunt · United Kingdom
UK urged to reform pensions triple lock by OECD
The major global economic body called for a shake-up as it warned the UK's finances are vulnerable to shocks, including further increases in energy prices amid the wars in Ukraine and the Middle East.See the Story
Coverage: 5 sources