Beautiful and vital goal from Barça, finished in style by Suarez.
A number of celebs, including Beckham, Ant & Dec and Gary Lineker, were among more than 1,000 who participated in the Ingenious scheme to fund the British film industry, which a judge has declared was illegal in terms of tax relief.
They are among more than 1,000 people who invested in the Ingenious film financing scheme in order to gain tax relief. The scheme, which helped produce massive movies such as Avatar, qualified for tax breaks designed to boost the British film industry.
However, HMRC contended that the scheme relied on artificial losses from the movies concerned, and that meant that Ingenious was not a legitimate investment opportunity but a tax avoidance vehicle.
Continue reading: Celebs Could Face Huge Tax Bills After Tax Avoidance Legal Ruling
Lineker reckons there should be a "mathematical equation" to simplify the whole process of divorce, and that lawyers simply "manipulate" the situation.
Gary Lineker has called for the divorce process to be simplified with a “mathematical equation” for the splitting of assets between former spouses, following his recent divorce from his second wife.
The 55 year old presenter and former England footballer has recently experienced the disintegration of his second marriage to model Danielle Bux, 19 years his junior. Announcing their split at the start of 2016, they said they were using a government website to streamline the process at a cost of just £400 after his previous experience with divorce lawyers.
Gary Lineker and Danielle Bux in 2014
Continue reading: Gary Lineker Calls For Divorce Process To Be Simplified
Lineker has been married to Danielle Bux for six years.
55 year old ‘Match of the Day’ host Lineker and his 36 year old wife have apparently been living separately for almost a year, and a formal decree nisi bringing their marriage to an end has been handed down on Wednesday morning (January 13th) at Southampton County Court, according to a report in The Sun.
Despite Lineker’s reported £20 million fortune, the pair have apparently opted for a “value divorce”, costing £400 and filled out on a government website, with both of them apparently filling out the forms together.
Paul Gascoigne become a national legend for his skills on the football pitch, predominantly playing for Newcastle United, and reached a pinnacle of success when he brought England to fourth place in the 1990 FIFA World Cup. Well known for his emotionally-charged playing and passionate dedication, he was loved by all aspiring football players and deeply respected by his superiors. At the time he was probably the most talented midfielder in England, but away from the stadium he was also the most troubled. As his popularity grew, his life spiralled out of control. Revelling in nights of binge drinking and substance abuse brought him media attention for the wrong reasons, and the more he was exposed, the more he was driven to drink. 25 years on, his sobriety and mental health are continually tested, though for many his sporting legacy will never be overshadowed by the scandals.
Continue: Gascoigne Trailer
Everyone seems to know the score; They've seen it all before
As the England football team prepare for their biggest challenge yet, facing the world’s top teams in Brazil for the 2014 World Cup, some of the U.K’s biggest stars have seen football and music combine once more to cultivate the official World Cup song. It debuts on March 21st – Sport Relief night.
The Sports Relief crew gear up for an active few days in the name of charity
Katy B, former Spice Girl Emma Bunton and Pixie Lott are amongst the stars singing on the song, while footballing legends Sir Geoff Hurst, Michael Owen, Dion Dublin and Carlton Palmer all appear in the video, which is lead by Match of The Day host/former England striker Gary Lineker and former Take That star, Gary Barlow.
Continue reading: We're Here Again: England 'World Cup Song' Will Debut March 21
Gary Lineker and Danielle Lineker - Jonathan Ross celebrates Halloween with his yearly party held at his house in Hampstead. Many celebrity guests attend with the party going on till 3am - London, United Kingdom - Friday 1st November 2013
Floods of tributes have been pouring in for the likable singer and actress Bernie Nolan.
Bernie Nolan, the actress and former lead singer of The Nolans, has died aged 52 following a long battle with breast cancer. After undergoing chemotherapy and having a mastectomy, Nolan was given the all clear in 2012, though the disease returned months later and spread to her brain, bones, lungs and liver.
"Bernie passed away peacefully this morning with all of her family around her," said a spokesperson for the family, "The entire family are devastated to have lost beloved Bernie, a wonderful wife, adoring mother and loving sister, she is irreplaceable."
Born on 17 October 1960, Nolan grew up in an entertainment troupe of five sisters and two brothers. She turned to acting following 20 years fronting the Irish all-girl group The Nolans, during which time she enjoyed success with hits including I'm In The Mood For Dancing and Don't Make Waves. The former track incorporated a timely disco beat that can still be heard on dance-floors up and down the country today. It featured Bernie's recognisable vocal and would become The Nolan's biggest and best-known hit, reaching No 3 in the UK and topping the charts in Japan, where it sold a monumental 600,000 copies.
Continue reading: 'Wonderful' Nolan Sisters Lead Singer Bernie Nolan Dies Aged 52
No one throws a Halloween party like Jonathan Ross so it would seem! The great and the good of the celebrity world dressed up in their most unholy gladrags to attend a special party at the television presenter's house. Leading the way was (500 Days) Of Summer actress Chloe Moretz whose dripping black-painted make-up couldn't disguise a beaming smile from the teen star. Jamie Hince and Kate Moss were also in attendance, the musician and the model pulling off a damn fine look as Gomez and Morticia Addams from The Addams Family.
Continue reading: PICTURES: Stars Come Out For Jonathan Ross' Halloween Bash
The movie's thesis is that the 1990 World Cup semi-final in Turin, between England and West Germany, was a pivotal moment in English football history. And they really work to make their case, starting with the economic and political chaos in Britain at the time, along with national outrage over England manager Bobby Robson, fuelled by vicious tabloid headlines. People were still feeling bruised by Maradona's Hand of God (in the 1986 World Cup quarter-final), and no one trusted the new hothead star Paul Gascoigne.
Continue reading: One Night In Turin Review
Beautiful and vital goal from Barça, finished in style by Suarez.
Hard to envisage @ManCity not walking away with the Premier League title. Terrific side.
Hold on a minute. Rashford strikes. Great to see English talent excelling in this game.
Quick Silva takes @ManCity a step closer to the title.
RT @johnprescott: It's snowing. We're all feeling Christmassy, so let's do something festive. In my @TheSundayMirror column I write about A…
@SoFire Nope 😂
RT @TheTweetOfGod: I’m a bad idea.
MOTD running order: Tot/St, WHU/Che, New/Lei, CP/Bou, Hud/Bri, Bur/Wat, Swa/WBA. Much to enjoy folks. @BBCOne at 10.30.
Smashing win for @LCFC Cracking game. Enjoy it @alanshearer?
Great stuff from Lord Mahrez of Riyad.
Palace get an injury time penalty. Milivojevic, who scored comfortably from an earlier penalty, stands on the edge… https://t.co/gXdwpeNBHN
@SoFire @Sodapop2003 @HKane 😂😂
@SoFire @HKane Miaow
2 goals for the ridiculously prolific and precise @HKane
@mrjamesob @thenitinsawhney @stinny1968_eric Me too.
RT @thenitinsawhney: ...and here it is... the sheer ignorance and manifest parochial racist paranoia that has driven this country to the mo…
RT @StopFundingHate: The Times (part of the same media group as the Sun) ran a piece about #StopFundingHate today. We provided a comment bu…
@alistairpetrie Boom boom 💥