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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.

Former Ukip leader Henry Bolton confirms he is back with girlfriend Jo Marney - and may MARRY her
Former Ukip leader Henry Bolton confirms he is back with girlfriend Jo Marney - and may MARRY her
Former Ukip leader Henry Bolton confirms he is back with girlfriend Jo Marney - and may MARRY her
Former Ukip leader Henry Bolton confirms he is back with girlfriend Jo Marney - and may MARRY her
Former Ukip leader Henry Bolton confirms he is back with girlfriend Jo Marney - and may MARRY her
Former Ukip leader Henry Bolton confirms he is back with girlfriend Jo Marney - and may MARRY her
Former Ukip leader Henry Bolton confirms he is back with girlfriend Jo Marney - and may MARRY her
Former Ukip leader Henry Bolton confirms he is back with girlfriend Jo Marney - and may MARRY her
Former Ukip leader Henry Bolton confirms he is back with girlfriend Jo Marney - and may MARRY her
Nigel Farage rules out running for Ukip leadership after sacking of Henry Bolton
Nigel Farage rules out running for Ukip leadership after sacking of Henry Bolton
Nigel Farage rules out running for Ukip leadership after sacking of Henry Bolton
Nigel Farage rules out running for Ukip leadership after sacking of Henry Bolton
Nigel Farage rules out running for Ukip leadership after sacking of Henry Bolton
Nigel Farage rules out running for Ukip leadership after sacking of Henry Bolton
Chris Coleman, the Sunderland manager, has admitted that nothing substantive will improve at the club until it has a new owner. Coleman was speaking partly in defence of chief executive Martin Bain, who was abused by angry supporters during the 2-0 home defeat to Brentford last weekend. The former Wales manager has failed to spark a revival at the Stadium of Light and the Black Cats remain in the bottom three in the Championship, having dropped out of the Premier League last May. But with owner Ellis Short desperate to sell up and concerned about the level of debt to such an extent that Sunderland have spent less than £2m on new players since relegation – despite selling Jordan Pickford to Everton for £30m last summer – Coleman claimed things are not going to improve quickly. Sunderland play Bolton Wanderers on Tuesday night with Coleman admitting he understands why supporters are so angry. “If you’re at a club like Sunderland where there is exceptional passion and a lot of supporters, they need people here who care about the club as much as them,” said Coleman. “Therein lies a problem. “Obviously Ellis wants to sell the club, and they recognise that maybe his love for the club was yesterday. He wants to sell the club, that’s common knowledge, so until we get someone that wants to turn a corner with it and love it, care for it and look after it…that’s why you get the negativity. Things haven&#39;t quite gone to plan for Coleman at Sunderland Credit: GETTY IMAGES “If the people here who do love the club don’t think you feel the same way, then there’s a problem. We know about all that, and the anger and frustration from everybody. “Myself, Martin and the players have to accept that. We’ll take that on the chin. But until we have a new owner with new ideas, we are where we are.” Coleman has only managed four league wins since he replaced Simon Grayson in November and is becoming increasingly exasperated by the situation. Short, though, is unlikely to be impressed by his comments. “Do the other teams at the bottom have more fight than Sunderland? At the moment, over 90 minutes, you’d have to say yes,” he added. “I’m not going to hide that, it’s a big concern. I’ve lost, fallen down and failed many times myself. I can handle that, but what really gets to me is the not competing and not standing up to the fight. That’s the one thing that keeps me awake at night, and I don’t think we’ve been doing it for the full 90 minutes in the last four games. &quot;If you look at the teams that are in and around us, then in the last four games, while they’ve also been losing, if you said to me that Sunderland had been showing more fight than them, then I couldn’t agree with you. We haven’t.”
Chris Coleman: Sunderland can't reverse decline until they have owner who loves the club
Chris Coleman, the Sunderland manager, has admitted that nothing substantive will improve at the club until it has a new owner. Coleman was speaking partly in defence of chief executive Martin Bain, who was abused by angry supporters during the 2-0 home defeat to Brentford last weekend. The former Wales manager has failed to spark a revival at the Stadium of Light and the Black Cats remain in the bottom three in the Championship, having dropped out of the Premier League last May. But with owner Ellis Short desperate to sell up and concerned about the level of debt to such an extent that Sunderland have spent less than £2m on new players since relegation – despite selling Jordan Pickford to Everton for £30m last summer – Coleman claimed things are not going to improve quickly. Sunderland play Bolton Wanderers on Tuesday night with Coleman admitting he understands why supporters are so angry. “If you’re at a club like Sunderland where there is exceptional passion and a lot of supporters, they need people here who care about the club as much as them,” said Coleman. “Therein lies a problem. “Obviously Ellis wants to sell the club, and they recognise that maybe his love for the club was yesterday. He wants to sell the club, that’s common knowledge, so until we get someone that wants to turn a corner with it and love it, care for it and look after it…that’s why you get the negativity. Things haven't quite gone to plan for Coleman at Sunderland Credit: GETTY IMAGES “If the people here who do love the club don’t think you feel the same way, then there’s a problem. We know about all that, and the anger and frustration from everybody. “Myself, Martin and the players have to accept that. We’ll take that on the chin. But until we have a new owner with new ideas, we are where we are.” Coleman has only managed four league wins since he replaced Simon Grayson in November and is becoming increasingly exasperated by the situation. Short, though, is unlikely to be impressed by his comments. “Do the other teams at the bottom have more fight than Sunderland? At the moment, over 90 minutes, you’d have to say yes,” he added. “I’m not going to hide that, it’s a big concern. I’ve lost, fallen down and failed many times myself. I can handle that, but what really gets to me is the not competing and not standing up to the fight. That’s the one thing that keeps me awake at night, and I don’t think we’ve been doing it for the full 90 minutes in the last four games. "If you look at the teams that are in and around us, then in the last four games, while they’ve also been losing, if you said to me that Sunderland had been showing more fight than them, then I couldn’t agree with you. We haven’t.”
Chris Coleman, the Sunderland manager, has admitted that nothing substantive will improve at the club until it has a new owner. Coleman was speaking partly in defence of chief executive Martin Bain, who was abused by angry supporters during the 2-0 home defeat to Brentford last weekend. The former Wales manager has failed to spark a revival at the Stadium of Light and the Black Cats remain in the bottom three in the Championship, having dropped out of the Premier League last May. But with owner Ellis Short desperate to sell up and concerned about the level of debt to such an extent that Sunderland have spent less than £2m on new players since relegation – despite selling Jordan Pickford to Everton for £30m last summer – Coleman claimed things are not going to improve quickly. Sunderland play Bolton Wanderers on Tuesday night with Coleman admitting he understands why supporters are so angry. “If you’re at a club like Sunderland where there is exceptional passion and a lot of supporters, they need people here who care about the club as much as them,” said Coleman. “Therein lies a problem. “Obviously Ellis wants to sell the club, and they recognise that maybe his love for the club was yesterday. He wants to sell the club, that’s common knowledge, so until we get someone that wants to turn a corner with it and love it, care for it and look after it…that’s why you get the negativity. Things haven&#39;t quite gone to plan for Coleman at Sunderland Credit: GETTY IMAGES “If the people here who do love the club don’t think you feel the same way, then there’s a problem. We know about all that, and the anger and frustration from everybody. “Myself, Martin and the players have to accept that. We’ll take that on the chin. But until we have a new owner with new ideas, we are where we are.” Coleman has only managed four league wins since he replaced Simon Grayson in November and is becoming increasingly exasperated by the situation. Short, though, is unlikely to be impressed by his comments. “Do the other teams at the bottom have more fight than Sunderland? At the moment, over 90 minutes, you’d have to say yes,” he added. “I’m not going to hide that, it’s a big concern. I’ve lost, fallen down and failed many times myself. I can handle that, but what really gets to me is the not competing and not standing up to the fight. That’s the one thing that keeps me awake at night, and I don’t think we’ve been doing it for the full 90 minutes in the last four games. &quot;If you look at the teams that are in and around us, then in the last four games, while they’ve also been losing, if you said to me that Sunderland had been showing more fight than them, then I couldn’t agree with you. We haven’t.”
Chris Coleman: Sunderland can't reverse decline until they have owner who loves the club
Chris Coleman, the Sunderland manager, has admitted that nothing substantive will improve at the club until it has a new owner. Coleman was speaking partly in defence of chief executive Martin Bain, who was abused by angry supporters during the 2-0 home defeat to Brentford last weekend. The former Wales manager has failed to spark a revival at the Stadium of Light and the Black Cats remain in the bottom three in the Championship, having dropped out of the Premier League last May. But with owner Ellis Short desperate to sell up and concerned about the level of debt to such an extent that Sunderland have spent less than £2m on new players since relegation – despite selling Jordan Pickford to Everton for £30m last summer – Coleman claimed things are not going to improve quickly. Sunderland play Bolton Wanderers on Tuesday night with Coleman admitting he understands why supporters are so angry. “If you’re at a club like Sunderland where there is exceptional passion and a lot of supporters, they need people here who care about the club as much as them,” said Coleman. “Therein lies a problem. “Obviously Ellis wants to sell the club, and they recognise that maybe his love for the club was yesterday. He wants to sell the club, that’s common knowledge, so until we get someone that wants to turn a corner with it and love it, care for it and look after it…that’s why you get the negativity. Things haven't quite gone to plan for Coleman at Sunderland Credit: GETTY IMAGES “If the people here who do love the club don’t think you feel the same way, then there’s a problem. We know about all that, and the anger and frustration from everybody. “Myself, Martin and the players have to accept that. We’ll take that on the chin. But until we have a new owner with new ideas, we are where we are.” Coleman has only managed four league wins since he replaced Simon Grayson in November and is becoming increasingly exasperated by the situation. Short, though, is unlikely to be impressed by his comments. “Do the other teams at the bottom have more fight than Sunderland? At the moment, over 90 minutes, you’d have to say yes,” he added. “I’m not going to hide that, it’s a big concern. I’ve lost, fallen down and failed many times myself. I can handle that, but what really gets to me is the not competing and not standing up to the fight. That’s the one thing that keeps me awake at night, and I don’t think we’ve been doing it for the full 90 minutes in the last four games. "If you look at the teams that are in and around us, then in the last four games, while they’ve also been losing, if you said to me that Sunderland had been showing more fight than them, then I couldn’t agree with you. We haven’t.”
Henry Bolton has not ruled out running again for the UKIP leadership after he lost a vote of no confidence and was sacked by his party.
Bolton 'not finished with politics'
Henry Bolton has not ruled out running again for the UKIP leadership after he lost a vote of no confidence and was sacked by his party.
Henry Bolton has not ruled out running again for the UKIP leadership after he lost a vote of no confidence and was sacked by his party.
Bolton 'not finished with politics'
Henry Bolton has not ruled out running again for the UKIP leadership after he lost a vote of no confidence and was sacked by his party.
Henry Bolton has not ruled out running again for the UKIP leadership after he lost a vote of no confidence and was sacked by his party.
Bolton 'not finished with politics'
Henry Bolton has not ruled out running again for the UKIP leadership after he lost a vote of no confidence and was sacked by his party.
Henry Bolton reveals he may rekindle romance with ex-girlfriend Jo Marney
Henry Bolton reveals he may rekindle romance with ex-girlfriend Jo Marney
Henry Bolton reveals he may rekindle romance with ex-girlfriend Jo Marney
Henry Bolton reveals he may rekindle romance with ex-girlfriend Jo Marney
Henry Bolton reveals he may rekindle romance with ex-girlfriend Jo Marney
Henry Bolton reveals he may rekindle romance with ex-girlfriend Jo Marney
Henry Bolton reveals he may rekindle romance with ex-girlfriend Jo Marney
Henry Bolton reveals he may rekindle romance with ex-girlfriend Jo Marney
Henry Bolton reveals he may rekindle romance with ex-girlfriend Jo Marney
It wasn’t entirely clear if 76-year-old Ukip member John Howsam was joking, but he had gone to the effort of making a sign reading: “MI6 plant to destroy Ukip – Henry Bolton must go”, so it was a pretty strong commitment to a gag.
Sketch: Henry Bolton's Ex-Factor Sends Ukip Spinning In Ever-Decreasing Circles
It wasn’t entirely clear if 76-year-old Ukip member John Howsam was joking, but he had gone to the effort of making a sign reading: “MI6 plant to destroy Ukip – Henry Bolton must go”, so it was a pretty strong commitment to a gag.
It wasn’t entirely clear if 76-year-old Ukip member John Howsam was joking, but he had gone to the effort of making a sign reading: “MI6 plant to destroy Ukip – Henry Bolton must go”, so it was a pretty strong commitment to a gag.
Sketch: Henry Bolton's Ex-Factor Sends Ukip Spinning In Ever-Decreasing Circles
It wasn’t entirely clear if 76-year-old Ukip member John Howsam was joking, but he had gone to the effort of making a sign reading: “MI6 plant to destroy Ukip – Henry Bolton must go”, so it was a pretty strong commitment to a gag.
It wasn’t entirely clear if 76-year-old Ukip member John Howsam was joking, but he had gone to the effort of making a sign reading: “MI6 plant to destroy Ukip – Henry Bolton must go”, so it was a pretty strong commitment to a gag.
Sketch: Henry Bolton's Ex-Factor Sends Ukip Spinning In Ever-Decreasing Circles
It wasn’t entirely clear if 76-year-old Ukip member John Howsam was joking, but he had gone to the effort of making a sign reading: “MI6 plant to destroy Ukip – Henry Bolton must go”, so it was a pretty strong commitment to a gag.
It wasn’t entirely clear if 76-year-old Ukip member John Howsam was joking, but he had gone to effort of making a sign reading: “MI6 plant to destroy Ukip – Henry Bolton must go”, so it was a pretty strong commitment to a gag.
Sketch: Henry Bolton's Ex-Factor Sends Ukip Spinning In Ever-Decreasing Circles
It wasn’t entirely clear if 76-year-old Ukip member John Howsam was joking, but he had gone to effort of making a sign reading: “MI6 plant to destroy Ukip – Henry Bolton must go”, so it was a pretty strong commitment to a gag.
It wasn’t entirely clear if 76-year-old Ukip member John Howsam was joking, but he had gone to effort of making a sign reading: “MI6 plant to destroy Ukip – Henry Bolton must go”, so it was a pretty strong commitment to a gag.
Sketch: Henry Bolton's Ex-Factor Sends Ukip Spinning In Ever-Decreasing Circles
It wasn’t entirely clear if 76-year-old Ukip member John Howsam was joking, but he had gone to effort of making a sign reading: “MI6 plant to destroy Ukip – Henry Bolton must go”, so it was a pretty strong commitment to a gag.
FILE PHOTO: Henry Bolton, the leader of UKIP (United Kingdom Independence Party) gives a statement in Folkestone
Britain's anti-EU party UKIP votes to sack leader Bolton
FILE PHOTO: Henry Bolton, the leader of UKIP (United Kingdom Independence Party) gives a statement in Folkestone
Britain&#39;s anti-EU party UKIP votes to sack leader Bolton
Britain's anti-EU party UKIP votes to sack leader Bolton
Britain's anti-EU party UKIP votes to sack leader Bolton
Britain&#39;s anti-EU party UKIP votes to sack leader Bolton
Britain's anti-EU party UKIP votes to sack leader Bolton
Britain's anti-EU party UKIP votes to sack leader Bolton
FILE PHOTO: Henry Bolton, the leader of UKIP (United Kingdom Independence Party) gives a statement in Folkestone
Britain's anti-EU party UKIP votes to sack leader Bolton
FILE PHOTO: Henry Bolton, the leader of UKIP (United Kingdom Independence Party) gives a statement in Folkestone
Henry Bolton has been ousted as Ukip leader by members after threatening to sue the party at an Extraordinary General Meeting.
Ukip: Henry Bolton Axed As Leader After Members Vote Against Him
Henry Bolton has been ousted as Ukip leader by members after threatening to sue the party at an Extraordinary General Meeting.
Henry Bolton has been ousted as Ukip leader by members after threatening to sue the party at an Extraordinary General Meeting.
Ukip: Henry Bolton Axed As Leader After Members Vote Against Him
Henry Bolton has been ousted as Ukip leader by members after threatening to sue the party at an Extraordinary General Meeting.
FILE PHOTO: Henry Bolton, the leader of UKIP (United Kingdom Independence Party) gives a statement in Folkestone, Britain, January 22, 2018. REUTERS/Hannah McKay/File Photo
FILE PHOTO: Henry Bolton, the leader of UKIP (United Kingdom Independence Party) gives a statement in Folkestone
FILE PHOTO: Henry Bolton, the leader of UKIP (United Kingdom Independence Party) gives a statement in Folkestone, Britain, January 22, 2018. REUTERS/Hannah McKay/File Photo
Henry Bolton loses Ukip leadership after vote of no confidence - but considers legal action over his treatment
Henry Bolton loses Ukip leadership after vote of no confidence - but considers legal action over his treatment
Henry Bolton loses Ukip leadership after vote of no confidence - but considers legal action over his treatment
Henry Bolton loses Ukip leadership after vote of no confidence - but considers legal action over his treatment
Henry Bolton loses Ukip leadership after vote of no confidence - but considers legal action over his treatment
Henry Bolton loses Ukip leadership after vote of no confidence - but considers legal action over his treatment
Henry Bolton loses Ukip leadership after vote of no confidence - but considers legal action over his treatment
Henry Bolton loses Ukip leadership after vote of no confidence - but considers legal action over his treatment
Henry Bolton loses Ukip leadership after vote of no confidence - but considers legal action over his treatment
Henry Bolton loses Ukip leadership after vote of no confidence - but considers legal action over his treatment
Henry Bolton loses Ukip leadership after vote of no confidence - but considers legal action over his treatment
Henry Bolton loses Ukip leadership after vote of no confidence - but considers legal action over his treatment
Henry Bolton loses Ukip leadership after vote of no confidence - but considers legal action over his treatment
Henry Bolton loses Ukip leadership after vote of no confidence - but considers legal action over his treatment
Henry Bolton loses Ukip leadership after vote of no confidence - but considers legal action over his treatment

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