Lumley and Saunders on fame, politics and Patsy and Eddie

Lumley and Saunders on fame, politics and Patsy and Eddie

Posted August 01, 2016 09:54:11 Photo: Joanna Lumley and Jennifer Saunders are in Sydney to promote the Absolutely Fabulous film. (ABC: Brigid Andersen) Jennifer Saunders and Joanna Lumley, the stars of the cult hit TV show-turned-movie Absolutely Fabulous, say the script for the film was finally written because of a 100,000-pound bet. Saunders says she then forgot to ask permission from supermodel Kate Moss if the main plot line for the film could revolve around her death. Saunders, who played alcoholic PR agent Edina Monsoon, and Lumley, who played her…

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Oil price steady on weakening $US

Oil price steady on weakening $US

More Business Breaking News Oil price steady on weakening $US Oil price steady on weakening $US LM nickel falls, other base metals lift LM nickel falls, other base metals lift Gold up on weakening $US Gold up on weakening $US Finance News Update, what you need to know Finance News Update, what you need to know Stocks to watch Stocks to watch $A surges as greenback weakens $A surges as greenback weakens Source by [author_name]

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Hanson’s bizarre Facebook Live reaction

Hanson’s bizarre Facebook Live reaction

IF you tuned in to watch Pauline Hanson on Facebook Live say something juicy while watching her SBS doco, you may have been disappointed. The Senator-elect did a Facebok Live video that was billed as giving “exclusive behind the scenes (director’s cut)” of her reaction to the controversial SBS documentary Please Explain. Before she started watching it, she said she “hesitated” with agreeing to do the doco, but had been “very impressed” with the promos for it she’d seen on TV. But Ms Hanson did not do a lot of…

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Virgin Media engineers 'cut off home'

Virgin Media engineers 'cut off home'

Image copyrightMercury Press Image caption The house was surrounded by barriers and a trenchA home in the north-west of England has been cut off by roadworks carried out by Virgin Media as part of its super-fast broadband rollout. David Henshall told the Manchester Evening News that he came home from work and “found they had barricaded my wife and daughter inside”. He emailed pictures of the work to Virgin Media chief executive Tom Mockridge. The firm apologised for the inconvenience. In a statement it said: “Virgin Media expects the very…

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