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Ousted Ukip leader Henry Bolton admits he 'fibbed' about breaking up with Jo Marney
Ousted Ukip leader Henry Bolton admits he 'fibbed' about breaking up with Jo Marney
Ousted Ukip leader Henry Bolton admits he 'fibbed' about breaking up with Jo Marney
Ousted Ukip leader Henry Bolton admits he 'fibbed' about breaking up with Jo Marney
Ousted Ukip leader Henry Bolton admits he 'fibbed' about breaking up with Jo Marney
Ousted Ukip leader Henry Bolton admits he 'fibbed' about breaking up with Jo Marney
Ousted Ukip leader Henry Bolton admits he 'fibbed' about breaking up with Jo Marney
Ousted Ukip leader Henry Bolton admits he 'fibbed' about breaking up with Jo Marney
Ousted Ukip leader Henry Bolton admits he 'fibbed' about breaking up with Jo Marney
Ousted Ukip leader Henry Bolton admits he 'fibbed' about breaking up with Jo Marney
Ousted Ukip leader Henry Bolton admits he 'fibbed' about breaking up with Jo Marney
Ousted Ukip leader Henry Bolton admits he 'fibbed' about breaking up with Jo Marney
Ousted Ukip leader Henry Bolton admits he 'fibbed' about breaking up with Jo Marney
Ousted Ukip leader Henry Bolton admits he 'fibbed' about breaking up with Jo Marney
Ousted Ukip leader Henry Bolton admits he 'fibbed' about breaking up with Jo Marney
​A report has claimed that Chelsea captain Gary Cahill is in danger of missing out on a place in England's World Cup squad, after his dismal form for the Blues has left his chances of representing the Three Lions in Russia this summer in doubt. As claimed by the Times, England manager Gareth Southgate has become worried by the former Bolton Wanderers man's form for the Premier League champions this season - with a wealth of errors on the field causing Antonio Conte's side to give away precious...
Chelsea Captain Gary Cahill's World Cup Hopes in Doubt After Inconsistent Season With Blues
​A report has claimed that Chelsea captain Gary Cahill is in danger of missing out on a place in England's World Cup squad, after his dismal form for the Blues has left his chances of representing the Three Lions in Russia this summer in doubt. As claimed by the Times, England manager Gareth Southgate has become worried by the former Bolton Wanderers man's form for the Premier League champions this season - with a wealth of errors on the field causing Antonio Conte's side to give away precious...
​A report has claimed that Chelsea captain Gary Cahill is in danger of missing out on a place in England's World Cup squad, after his dismal form for the Blues has left his chances of representing the Three Lions in Russia this summer in doubt. As claimed by the Times, England manager Gareth Southgate has become worried by the former Bolton Wanderers man's form for the Premier League champions this season - with a wealth of errors on the field causing Antonio Conte's side to give away precious...
Chelsea Captain Gary Cahill's World Cup Hopes in Doubt After Inconsistent Season With Blues
​A report has claimed that Chelsea captain Gary Cahill is in danger of missing out on a place in England's World Cup squad, after his dismal form for the Blues has left his chances of representing the Three Lions in Russia this summer in doubt. As claimed by the Times, England manager Gareth Southgate has become worried by the former Bolton Wanderers man's form for the Premier League champions this season - with a wealth of errors on the field causing Antonio Conte's side to give away precious...
​A report has claimed that Chelsea captain Gary Cahill is in danger of missing out on a place in England's World Cup squad, after his dismal form for the Blues has left his chances of representing the Three Lions in Russia this summer in doubt. As claimed by the Times, England manager Gareth Southgate has become worried by the former Bolton Wanderers man's form for the Premier League champions this season - with a wealth of errors on the field causing Antonio Conte's side to give away precious...
Chelsea Captain Gary Cahill's World Cup Hopes in Doubt After Inconsistent Season With Blues
​A report has claimed that Chelsea captain Gary Cahill is in danger of missing out on a place in England's World Cup squad, after his dismal form for the Blues has left his chances of representing the Three Lions in Russia this summer in doubt. As claimed by the Times, England manager Gareth Southgate has become worried by the former Bolton Wanderers man's form for the Premier League champions this season - with a wealth of errors on the field causing Antonio Conte's side to give away precious...
UKIP interim leader says Henry Bolton should not make new leadership bid
UKIP interim leader says Henry Bolton should not make new leadership bid
UKIP interim leader says Henry Bolton should not make new leadership bid
UKIP interim leader says Henry Bolton should not make new leadership bid
UKIP interim leader says Henry Bolton should not make new leadership bid
UKIP interim leader says Henry Bolton should not make new leadership bid
UKIP interim leader says Henry Bolton should not make new leadership bid
UKIP interim leader says Henry Bolton should not make new leadership bid
UKIP interim leader says Henry Bolton should not make new leadership bid
Henry Bolton's wife says he has 'abandoned his children' as ex Ukip leader is grilled over Jo Marney relationship
Henry Bolton's wife says he has 'abandoned his children' as ex Ukip leader is grilled over Jo Marney relationship
Henry Bolton's wife says he has 'abandoned his children' as ex Ukip leader is grilled over Jo Marney relationship
Henry Bolton's wife says he has 'abandoned his children' as ex Ukip leader is grilled over Jo Marney relationship
Henry Bolton's wife says he has 'abandoned his children' as ex Ukip leader is grilled over Jo Marney relationship
Henry Bolton's wife says he has 'abandoned his children' as ex Ukip leader is grilled over Jo Marney relationship
Henry Bolton's wife says he has 'abandoned his children' as ex Ukip leader is grilled over Jo Marney relationship
Henry Bolton's wife says he has 'abandoned his children' as ex Ukip leader is grilled over Jo Marney relationship
Henry Bolton's wife says he has 'abandoned his children' as ex Ukip leader is grilled over Jo Marney relationship
Henry Bolton's girlfriend Jo Marney confronted over branding Grenfell 'nest of illegal immigrants' in car crash This Morning interview
Henry Bolton's girlfriend Jo Marney confronted over branding Grenfell 'nest of illegal immigrants' in car crash This Morning interview
Henry Bolton's girlfriend Jo Marney confronted over branding Grenfell 'nest of illegal immigrants' in car crash This Morning interview
Henry Bolton's girlfriend Jo Marney confronted over branding Grenfell 'nest of illegal immigrants' in car crash This Morning interview
Henry Bolton's girlfriend Jo Marney confronted over branding Grenfell 'nest of illegal immigrants' in car crash This Morning interview
Henry Bolton's girlfriend Jo Marney confronted over branding Grenfell 'nest of illegal immigrants' in car crash This Morning interview
Henry Bolton's girlfriend Jo Marney confronted over branding Grenfell 'nest of illegal immigrants' in car crash This Morning interview
Henry Bolton's girlfriend Jo Marney confronted over branding Grenfell 'nest of illegal immigrants' in car crash This Morning interview
Henry Bolton's girlfriend Jo Marney confronted over branding Grenfell 'nest of illegal immigrants' in car crash This Morning interview
Henry Bolton's girlfriend Jo Marney confronted over branding Grenfell 'nest of illegal immigrants' in car crash This Morning interview
Henry Bolton's girlfriend Jo Marney confronted over branding Grenfell 'nest of illegal immigrants' in car crash This Morning interview
Henry Bolton's girlfriend Jo Marney confronted over branding Grenfell 'nest of illegal immigrants' in car crash This Morning interview
Henry Bolton and Jo Marney, who are back together, appear on ITV’s This Morning.
Girlfriend of ex-Ukip leader defends Grenfell immigrants remark
Henry Bolton and Jo Marney, who are back together, appear on ITV’s This Morning.
Losing the position of Ukip leader was worth it to continue his relationship with Jo Marney, Henry Bolton has said. Confirming that he has now officially left the party, Mr Bolton appeared beside the 25-year-old model in their first public appearance together as he attempted to defend his handling of their highly controversial affair. Appearing on ITV’s This Morning, Mr Bolton came to Ms Marney’s defence when presenter Holly Willoughby revealed she had described Grenfell Tower as a “nest of illegal immigrants”. In comments that have already been heavily criticised by viewers, Mr Bolton attempted to downplay the seriousness of her remarks, claiming that people often made comments on social media they would “never say” in public. “I think there is a bigger question here for social media, a big question for society, because some of the stuff that is being spread around by people in their early 20s in private messages on social media are absolutely appalling, and they are the sorts of things they would never say face to face or in public,” he continued. “There seems to be a subculture of discussion which would never be acceptable if it was out in a more open domain, and I think there is a much bigger question about what social media is doing to society.” Mr Bolton also appeared to suggest that her comments about illegal immigrants were correct, adding: “The Home Office has offered a year’s amnesty for illegal immigrants in that tower who survived. “And there is a lot of evidence of bodies that are unidentified because they were illegals, so the issue...Jo has used emotive language.” It comes less than a week after Mr Bolton was ousted as Ukip leader at an extraordinary general meeting in Birmingham, where members overwhelmingly backed a vote of no confidence in him. Critics of Mr Bolton say his high-profile affair with Ms Marney, which saw him walk out on his wife Tatiana Smurova and their two young children on Christmas Eve, was a major factor in his downfall. On hearing her previous comments on Grenfell Tower, Ms Marney said that she had not meant to “cause offence” but had instead hoped to prompt debate about the “types of things we should be discussing”. “I didn’t mean to cause offence. I meant what I said, there’s an issue with illegal immigration in this country,” she said. Pressed on her comments about Meghan Markle, she added: “It doesn’t sound very nice, and Meghan Markle, my comments about her I think were disgusting. They were meant to shock, and I never intended for them to be in the public domain.” Asked what the couple’s plans were now, Mr Bolton said they would use the extra time afforded to them to tackle a “lot of things in our personal life”.
Henry Bolton says losing his position as Ukip leader was worth it to stay with Jo Marney
Losing the position of Ukip leader was worth it to continue his relationship with Jo Marney, Henry Bolton has said. Confirming that he has now officially left the party, Mr Bolton appeared beside the 25-year-old model in their first public appearance together as he attempted to defend his handling of their highly controversial affair. Appearing on ITV’s This Morning, Mr Bolton came to Ms Marney’s defence when presenter Holly Willoughby revealed she had described Grenfell Tower as a “nest of illegal immigrants”. In comments that have already been heavily criticised by viewers, Mr Bolton attempted to downplay the seriousness of her remarks, claiming that people often made comments on social media they would “never say” in public. “I think there is a bigger question here for social media, a big question for society, because some of the stuff that is being spread around by people in their early 20s in private messages on social media are absolutely appalling, and they are the sorts of things they would never say face to face or in public,” he continued. “There seems to be a subculture of discussion which would never be acceptable if it was out in a more open domain, and I think there is a much bigger question about what social media is doing to society.” Mr Bolton also appeared to suggest that her comments about illegal immigrants were correct, adding: “The Home Office has offered a year’s amnesty for illegal immigrants in that tower who survived. “And there is a lot of evidence of bodies that are unidentified because they were illegals, so the issue...Jo has used emotive language.” It comes less than a week after Mr Bolton was ousted as Ukip leader at an extraordinary general meeting in Birmingham, where members overwhelmingly backed a vote of no confidence in him. Critics of Mr Bolton say his high-profile affair with Ms Marney, which saw him walk out on his wife Tatiana Smurova and their two young children on Christmas Eve, was a major factor in his downfall. On hearing her previous comments on Grenfell Tower, Ms Marney said that she had not meant to “cause offence” but had instead hoped to prompt debate about the “types of things we should be discussing”. “I didn’t mean to cause offence. I meant what I said, there’s an issue with illegal immigration in this country,” she said. Pressed on her comments about Meghan Markle, she added: “It doesn’t sound very nice, and Meghan Markle, my comments about her I think were disgusting. They were meant to shock, and I never intended for them to be in the public domain.” Asked what the couple’s plans were now, Mr Bolton said they would use the extra time afforded to them to tackle a “lot of things in our personal life”.
Losing the position of Ukip leader was worth it to continue his relationship with Jo Marney, Henry Bolton has said. Confirming that he has now officially left the party, Mr Bolton appeared beside the 25-year-old model in their first public appearance together as he attempted to defend his handling of their highly controversial affair. Appearing on ITV’s This Morning, Mr Bolton came to Ms Marney’s defence when presenter Holly Willoughby revealed she had described Grenfell Tower as a “nest of illegal immigrants”. In comments that have already been heavily criticised by viewers, Mr Bolton attempted to downplay the seriousness of her remarks, claiming that people often made comments on social media they would “never say” in public. “I think there is a bigger question here for social media, a big question for society, because some of the stuff that is being spread around by people in their early 20s in private messages on social media are absolutely appalling, and they are the sorts of things they would never say face to face or in public,” he continued. “There seems to be a subculture of discussion which would never be acceptable if it was out in a more open domain, and I think there is a much bigger question about what social media is doing to society.” Mr Bolton also appeared to suggest that her comments about illegal immigrants were correct, adding: “The Home Office has offered a year’s amnesty for illegal immigrants in that tower who survived. “And there is a lot of evidence of bodies that are unidentified because they were illegals, so the issue...Jo has used emotive language.” It comes less than a week after Mr Bolton was ousted as Ukip leader at an extraordinary general meeting in Birmingham, where members overwhelmingly backed a vote of no confidence in him. Critics of Mr Bolton say his high-profile affair with Ms Marney, which saw him walk out on his wife Tatiana Smurova and their two young children on Christmas Eve, was a major factor in his downfall. On hearing her previous comments on Grenfell Tower, Ms Marney said that she had not meant to “cause offence” but had instead hoped to prompt debate about the “types of things we should be discussing”. “I didn’t mean to cause offence. I meant what I said, there’s an issue with illegal immigration in this country,” she said. Pressed on her comments about Meghan Markle, she added: “It doesn’t sound very nice, and Meghan Markle, my comments about her I think were disgusting. They were meant to shock, and I never intended for them to be in the public domain.” Asked what the couple’s plans were now, Mr Bolton said they would use the extra time afforded to them to tackle a “lot of things in our personal life”.
Henry Bolton says losing his position as Ukip leader was worth it to stay with Jo Marney
Losing the position of Ukip leader was worth it to continue his relationship with Jo Marney, Henry Bolton has said. Confirming that he has now officially left the party, Mr Bolton appeared beside the 25-year-old model in their first public appearance together as he attempted to defend his handling of their highly controversial affair. Appearing on ITV’s This Morning, Mr Bolton came to Ms Marney’s defence when presenter Holly Willoughby revealed she had described Grenfell Tower as a “nest of illegal immigrants”. In comments that have already been heavily criticised by viewers, Mr Bolton attempted to downplay the seriousness of her remarks, claiming that people often made comments on social media they would “never say” in public. “I think there is a bigger question here for social media, a big question for society, because some of the stuff that is being spread around by people in their early 20s in private messages on social media are absolutely appalling, and they are the sorts of things they would never say face to face or in public,” he continued. “There seems to be a subculture of discussion which would never be acceptable if it was out in a more open domain, and I think there is a much bigger question about what social media is doing to society.” Mr Bolton also appeared to suggest that her comments about illegal immigrants were correct, adding: “The Home Office has offered a year’s amnesty for illegal immigrants in that tower who survived. “And there is a lot of evidence of bodies that are unidentified because they were illegals, so the issue...Jo has used emotive language.” It comes less than a week after Mr Bolton was ousted as Ukip leader at an extraordinary general meeting in Birmingham, where members overwhelmingly backed a vote of no confidence in him. Critics of Mr Bolton say his high-profile affair with Ms Marney, which saw him walk out on his wife Tatiana Smurova and their two young children on Christmas Eve, was a major factor in his downfall. On hearing her previous comments on Grenfell Tower, Ms Marney said that she had not meant to “cause offence” but had instead hoped to prompt debate about the “types of things we should be discussing”. “I didn’t mean to cause offence. I meant what I said, there’s an issue with illegal immigration in this country,” she said. Pressed on her comments about Meghan Markle, she added: “It doesn’t sound very nice, and Meghan Markle, my comments about her I think were disgusting. They were meant to shock, and I never intended for them to be in the public domain.” Asked what the couple’s plans were now, Mr Bolton said they would use the extra time afforded to them to tackle a “lot of things in our personal life”.
Henry Bolton says losing his position as Ukip leader was worth it to stay with Jo Marney
Henry Bolton says losing his position as Ukip leader was worth it to stay with Jo Marney
Henry Bolton says losing his position as Ukip leader was worth it to stay with Jo Marney
Losing the position of Ukip leader was worth it to continue his relationship with Jo Marney, Henry Bolton has said. Confirming that he has now officially left the party, Mr Bolton appeared beside the 25-year-old model in their first public appearance together as he attempted to defend his handling of their highly controversial affair. Appearing on ITV’s This Morning, Mr Bolton came to Ms Marney’s defence when presenter Holly Willoughby revealed she had described Grenfell Tower as a “nest of illegal immigrants”. In comments that have already been heavily criticised by viewers, Mr Bolton attempted to downplay the seriousness of her remarks, claiming that people often made comments on social media they would “never say” in public. “I think there is a bigger question here for social media, a big question for society, because some of the stuff that is being spread around by people in their early 20s in private messages on social media are absolutely appalling, and they are the sorts of things they would never say face to face or in public,” he continued. “There seems to be a subculture of discussion which would never be acceptable if it was out in a more open domain, and I think there is a much bigger question about what social media is doing to society.” Mr Bolton also appeared to suggest that her comments about illegal immigrants were correct, adding: “The Home Office has offered a year’s amnesty for illegal immigrants in that tower who survived. “And there is a lot of evidence of bodies that are unidentified because they were illegals, so the issue...Jo has used emotive language.” It comes less than a week after Mr Bolton was ousted as Ukip leader at an extraordinary general meeting in Birmingham, where members overwhelmingly backed a vote of no confidence in him. Critics of Mr Bolton say his high-profile affair with Ms Marney, which saw him walk out on his wife Tatiana Smurova and their two young children on Christmas Eve, was a major factor in his downfall. On hearing her previous comments on Grenfell Tower, Ms Marney said that she had not meant to “cause offence” but had instead hoped to prompt debate about the “types of things we should be discussing”. “I didn’t mean to cause offence. I meant what I said, there’s an issue with illegal immigration in this country,” she said. Pressed on her comments about Meghan Markle, she added: “It doesn’t sound very nice, and Meghan Markle, my comments about her I think were disgusting. They were meant to shock, and I never intended for them to be in the public domain.” Asked what the couple’s plans were now, Mr Bolton said they would use the extra time afforded to them to tackle a “lot of things in our personal life”.
Henry Bolton says losing his position as Ukip leader was worth it to stay with Jo Marney
Losing the position of Ukip leader was worth it to continue his relationship with Jo Marney, Henry Bolton has said. Confirming that he has now officially left the party, Mr Bolton appeared beside the 25-year-old model in their first public appearance together as he attempted to defend his handling of their highly controversial affair. Appearing on ITV’s This Morning, Mr Bolton came to Ms Marney’s defence when presenter Holly Willoughby revealed she had described Grenfell Tower as a “nest of illegal immigrants”. In comments that have already been heavily criticised by viewers, Mr Bolton attempted to downplay the seriousness of her remarks, claiming that people often made comments on social media they would “never say” in public. “I think there is a bigger question here for social media, a big question for society, because some of the stuff that is being spread around by people in their early 20s in private messages on social media are absolutely appalling, and they are the sorts of things they would never say face to face or in public,” he continued. “There seems to be a subculture of discussion which would never be acceptable if it was out in a more open domain, and I think there is a much bigger question about what social media is doing to society.” Mr Bolton also appeared to suggest that her comments about illegal immigrants were correct, adding: “The Home Office has offered a year’s amnesty for illegal immigrants in that tower who survived. “And there is a lot of evidence of bodies that are unidentified because they were illegals, so the issue...Jo has used emotive language.” It comes less than a week after Mr Bolton was ousted as Ukip leader at an extraordinary general meeting in Birmingham, where members overwhelmingly backed a vote of no confidence in him. Critics of Mr Bolton say his high-profile affair with Ms Marney, which saw him walk out on his wife Tatiana Smurova and their two young children on Christmas Eve, was a major factor in his downfall. On hearing her previous comments on Grenfell Tower, Ms Marney said that she had not meant to “cause offence” but had instead hoped to prompt debate about the “types of things we should be discussing”. “I didn’t mean to cause offence. I meant what I said, there’s an issue with illegal immigration in this country,” she said. Pressed on her comments about Meghan Markle, she added: “It doesn’t sound very nice, and Meghan Markle, my comments about her I think were disgusting. They were meant to shock, and I never intended for them to be in the public domain.” Asked what the couple’s plans were now, Mr Bolton said they would use the extra time afforded to them to tackle a “lot of things in our personal life”.
Henry Bolton says losing his position as Ukip leader was worth it to stay with Jo Marney
Henry Bolton says losing his position as Ukip leader was worth it to stay with Jo Marney
Henry Bolton says losing his position as Ukip leader was worth it to stay with Jo Marney
The girlfriend of ex-Ukip leader Henry Bolton says her claim Grenfell Tower was a “nest of illegal immigrants” was supposed to kick-start a conversation about migration – not cause offence.
Jo Marney Confronted With Racist Comments In Car-Crash 'This Morning' Interview
The girlfriend of ex-Ukip leader Henry Bolton says her claim Grenfell Tower was a “nest of illegal immigrants” was supposed to kick-start a conversation about migration – not cause offence.
The girlfriend of ex-Ukip leader Henry Bolton says her claim Grenfell Tower was a “nest of illegal immigrants” was supposed to kick-start a conversation about migration – not cause offence.
Jo Marney Confronted With Racist Comments In Car-Crash 'This Morning' Interview
The girlfriend of ex-Ukip leader Henry Bolton says her claim Grenfell Tower was a “nest of illegal immigrants” was supposed to kick-start a conversation about migration – not cause offence.
Jo Marney, girlfriend of former UKIP leader Henry Bolton, says she was sorry for causing offense over leaked social media comments she made that were widely interpreted as racist.
Jo Marney apologises on national TV for racist comments
Jo Marney, girlfriend of former UKIP leader Henry Bolton, says she was sorry for causing offense over leaked social media comments she made that were widely interpreted as racist.
Jo Marney, girlfriend of former UKIP leader Henry Bolton, says she was sorry for causing offense over leaked social media comments she made that were widely interpreted as racist.
Jo Marney apologises on national TV for racist comments
Jo Marney, girlfriend of former UKIP leader Henry Bolton, says she was sorry for causing offense over leaked social media comments she made that were widely interpreted as racist.
Jo Marney, girlfriend of former UKIP leader Henry Bolton, says she was sorry for causing offense over leaked social media comments she made that were widely interpreted as racist.
Jo Marney apologises on national TV for racist comments
Jo Marney, girlfriend of former UKIP leader Henry Bolton, says she was sorry for causing offense over leaked social media comments she made that were widely interpreted as racist.
Jo Marney, girlfriend of former UKIP leader Henry Bolton, says she was sorry for causing offense over leaked social media comments she made that were widely interpreted as racist.
Jo Marney apologises on national TV for racist comments
Jo Marney, girlfriend of former UKIP leader Henry Bolton, says she was sorry for causing offense over leaked social media comments she made that were widely interpreted as racist.
Henry Bolton says 'perhaps' wedding bells are on the cards as he reveals he is back with Jo Marney
Henry Bolton says 'perhaps' wedding bells are on the cards as he reveals he is back with Jo Marney
Henry Bolton says 'perhaps' wedding bells are on the cards as he reveals he is back with Jo Marney
Henry Bolton says 'perhaps' wedding bells are on the cards as he reveals he is back with Jo Marney
Henry Bolton says 'perhaps' wedding bells are on the cards as he reveals he is back with Jo Marney
Henry Bolton says 'perhaps' wedding bells are on the cards as he reveals he is back with Jo Marney
Henry Bolton says 'perhaps' wedding bells are on the cards as he reveals he is back with Jo Marney
Henry Bolton says 'perhaps' wedding bells are on the cards as he reveals he is back with Jo Marney
Henry Bolton says 'perhaps' wedding bells are on the cards as he reveals he is back with Jo Marney
Asked by BBC Radio Kent if he was still in a relationship with Marney, Bolton said: ‘That’s a yes.’
Former Ukip leader Henry Bolton still in relationship with Jo Marney
Asked by BBC Radio Kent if he was still in a relationship with Marney, Bolton said: ‘That’s a yes.’
Former Ukip leader Henry Bolton still in relationship with Jo Marney
Former Ukip leader Henry Bolton still in relationship with Jo Marney
Former Ukip leader Henry Bolton still in relationship with Jo Marney
Former Ukip leader Henry Bolton still in relationship with Jo Marney
Former Ukip leader Henry Bolton still in relationship with Jo Marney
Former Ukip leader Henry Bolton still in relationship with Jo Marney
Actress and comedian Caroline Aherne (Fiona Hanson)
Bolton comic Sophie Willan wins Caroline Aherne bursary
Actress and comedian Caroline Aherne (Fiona Hanson)
<p>The prize launched last year in memory of The Royle Family creator, who died in 2016.</p>
Bolton comic Sophie Willan wins Caroline Aherne bursary

The prize launched last year in memory of The Royle Family creator, who died in 2016.

<p>The prize launched last year in memory of The Royle Family creator, who died in 2016.</p>
Bolton comic Sophie Willan wins Caroline Aherne bursary

The prize launched last year in memory of The Royle Family creator, who died in 2016.

<p>The prize launched last year in memory of The Royle Family creator, who died in 2016.</p>
Bolton comic Sophie Willan wins Caroline Aherne bursary

The prize launched last year in memory of The Royle Family creator, who died in 2016.

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