Cameron jogger, the rise of UKIP and Robbie Williams annoying his wife

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Cameron jogger, the rise of UKIP and Robbie Williams annoying his wife
28th October 2014

Jogger Dean Farley was reported yesterday to have shoved David Cameron outside Leeds Civic Centre. 

The jogger was arrested by police and Scotland Yard announced their intention to review the Prime Minister’s security. 
Farley was later released without charge as the West Yorkshire police said the incident was ‘nothing sinister’ and simply a case of being in the wrong place at the wrong time. 
On his Facebook page, Farley: “So im all over the news as 'the protester that attacked david cameron in leeds' yeah if you call brushing into someone while running then assaulted by half a dozen coppers in suits attacking..." [SIC]
The incident has raised questions over Mr Cameron’s security and his vulnerability. It comes as terror levels in the UK were raised following the recent gun attack in the Canadian parliament. 

UKIP surge forward with record support 

The £1.7bn bill from the EU has done wonders for Nigel Farage’s party. 
The shock £1.7 billion bill from the EU has helped UKIPs support in the polls rise to record levels. 
Despite tough rhetoric from Prime Minister David Cameron, who has said the UK won’t pay the charge, faith in the Conservative’s stance on Europe is clearly lacking. Things are worse for Labour, who recorded their lowest levels of support since Ed Miliband became party leader. 
Bobby Freidman discusses the rise of UKIP and what impact this will have on the upcoming Rochester and Strood by-election, which is just weeks away. 

Robbie Williams having issues with his timing 

He may be a musician by trade, but it seems Robbie Williams is having issues for his timing. 
At the birth of his second child, a little boy, Robbie was recorded singing and dad-dancing while his wife Ayda Field endured labour. Robbie gave renditions of his own songs and Let It Go from the film Frozen. Unsurprisingly, the private concert does not go down particularly well. 


News Anchor called Fat

A news anchor was called 'fat' live on air by an unwitting colleague who didn't realise her microphone on. 


A Trombone and an oven?

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