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There were chaotic scenes as 19-year-old Nathan Ward (right) appeared at Craigavon Magistrates’ Court in Ireland today charged with the murder of Jayne Toal Reat (inset) and the attempted murder of her daughter Charlotte, 21, and his father Joseph Tweedie on Christmas Day at their shared home in Lisburn, Co Antrim. Katrina Glynn (pictured), from Bolton, died after swallowing a mix of tablets including painkillers in a ‘game of chemical Russian roulette’, after being prescribed with anti-depressants for anxiety.

Tensions were running high as a distraught Miss Reat (pictured left) had to be physically restrained as she shouted out ‘it’s not fair! Armed police were forced to intervene when her soldier father Simon Reat (also left) lunged forward towards Ward shouting, 'What the f**k did you do Nathan? Martin Knowles (left) has refused to give up hope that Sophie, 21, (right) is still alive despite running from her seaside home in Gorleston at 3am on Boxing Day, wearing only shorts and a vest.

Temperatures dropped to -12.3C (9.8F) at Loch Glascarnoch in the Scottish Highlands overnight while most parts of the UK dipped below freezing, leaving widespread ice a hazard across the country.

The beaming singer, 43, looked in high spirits as she wore a striking pink suit alongside fellow Strictly star Frankie Sandford (centre and left) and also performed at the reception.

The divorce comes after the star stepped back into the spotlight on the BBC dance show last year, with Louise admitting that she felt like a 'sort of Stepford wife' during her marriage to the former footballer.

The couple were granted a decree nisi at the Central Family Court in London and dissolved their 19-year marriage on Friday. The showbiz couple - parents to sons Charlie, 13, and Beau, nine - first confirmed their split two months ago, with Louise revealing she had moved out of the family home in October.

In a 25-second hearing at London's Central Family Court, District Judge Ian Mulkis pronounced the decree nisi (papers centre).

ON the night when Reading FC clinched a place in the Championship play-off final at Wembley, there was almost as much drama off the field as on it.

Because while Jaap Stam's team battled to their heroic 1-0 win over Fulham, in the boardroom the deal was being signed and sealed to sell a majority shareholding to Chinese billionaire sister and brother, Xiu Li Dai and Yongge Dai (right).

80s festivals have proved to be a huge hit with music fans in recent years.

The Let's Rock the Moor festival in Cookham, near Maidenhead, on May 20 attracted thousands of 80s fans, despite the wet weather, with Rewind ('the big one' among the 80s music festivals in this area) set to bring 40,000 fans to Henley-on-Thames this weekend.

The sale was not sanctioned immediately by the Football League, but a Royals club statement recently confirmed that a potential deal was still in progress. It was in November that the pairs interest was first revealed, but its believed the Football League was originally cautious about sanctioning their takeover because questions had previously been raised about their aborted bid to buy Hull City in August last year.

That was apparently vetoed by the Premier League, reportedly not for a problem with the brother and sister, but because of others involved in their bid.

The judge held that the respondent [Jamie] had behaved 'in such a way that the petitioner [Louise] cannot reasonably be expected to live with the respondent'.

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