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A dog spa day is more relaxing than you could ever imagine

Famous Instagram dog Diesel Minnie had a relaxing spa day in his sink. (Author: Gardener)

Diesel MinnieDiesel Minnie is the dog that has one of the most luxurious baths of them all. Diesel is usually very busy posing for photos on his Instagram account, so this relaxing soak in the sink is probably long overdue for him.

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Boris Johnson will be ousted from office by autumn without 'positive new agenda', says Lord Frost - how it happened

Former Brexit minister says PM must embrace low-tax Brexit agenda to survive (Author: Gardener)

Boris JohnsonLondon and the EU both should have known that the NI protocol, if strictly applied, "would never work," Mandelson said today. Speaking before an Irish Fund luncheon at Mansion House, Mandelson, a former Secretary of State for Northern Ireland, said relations between the Irish and British governments were at their worst since the 1980s as a result of Brexit. He said he fears Brexit has created problems that "cannot be solved". The main Brexit-related dispute between London and Dublin now revolves around the Northern Ireland Protocol, and Mandelson has suggested that both sides were at least partly to blame for the arrangements that were made (controls on goods moving from the UK to Northern Ireland be) to prevent this need for a hard border on the island of Ireland. He explained: We have a Prime Minister who won office because he was opposed to a Brexit relationship that could have worked. It is very likely that the same Prime Minister signed the current agreements in bad faith. But both the UK government and the EU should have known, and probably did, that if strictly enforced - and there is room for interpretation - this protocol would never work for Northern Ireland. It has always been unlikely to survive contact with reality and therefore requires skill in its application. Mandelson said a solution would require "serious intentions and mutual trust" from Brussels and London. I think both sides can find a landing zone that works for Northern Ireland. This would, as the EU has offered, remove much of the barriers to trade between Northern Ireland and the UK that unionists find so painful, as well as trade in those goods between the UK and the EU27. Lib Dems accuse Johnson of hiding from Voters in Tiverton and Honiton byelectionEd Davey, the leader of the Lib Dem, on Friday accused Boris Johnson of hiding from the people of Tiverton and Honiton. The first confirmation that he was indeed in Devon was a tweet from an NFU official saying Johnson had been there to discuss food security. Great to see Prime Minister @BorisJohnson and @VictoriaPrentis discussing the importance of food security with @NFUsouthwest members and @Minette_Batters at a farm in Devon today. @NFUPolitical pic.twitter.com/o1yH92dBmy— Andrew Butler (@ASButlerDevon1) 10 June 2022 North Devon MP Selaine Saxby tweeted that the farm had been near Axminster and posted a picture of the Prime Minister around a biscuit - heavy peasant table. The fact is that he does not talk to ordinary people. He hides from people and I think that says it all. We pick up people who are tired of being taken for granted. The Lib Dem leader spent the morning in Axminster testing water quality in the river before meeting with constituents on Honiton High Street ahead of the by-election later this week. We can win here," he said. There were hints in reader comments on a DevonLive article previewing the visit and hinting at the possible reason why the Prime Minister was not spending more time on the constituency streets. One said: "I certainly would. I went along to give him my opinion. The man is an absolute charlatan and a coward." Another wrote, "Take eggs and rotten tomatoes and practice your aim." A third was more considered, "Surely he's got better things to do than that, like dealing with the really important issues like Cost of living, Ukraine etc.” Earlier in the day, Johnson was booed while attending the Royal Cornwall Show – another unannounced appearance. A show staffer said Johnson received a "mixed reception," but added, "I think overall there were still more cheers than boos." I don't think he cared, he's got skin like a rhino.” John McDonnell is urging Starmer to show people “where we stand” and support RMT over the planned strike. The Conservatives are keen to attack the opposition as pro-strike and last night on the BBC's Question Time, Wes Streeting, the shadow Health Secretary, gave an example of how Labor front benchers are skirting what they see as a trap, instead emphasizing their support for one negotiated solution. "If I were a member of the RMT I would vote to strike and I would vote to defend the conditions of my job." Labour's @wesstreeting says the government should do more to prevent strikes in transport. #bbcqt pic.twitter.com/5rBSYvV55V - BBC Question Time (@bbcquestiontime) 9 June 2022 He highlighted evidence suggesting rail passengers are as opposed to job cuts as unions are and said Labor should review the RMT over the proposed support strikes. He said: Regarding Keir Starmer, all I really have is this simple message. People want to know where we stand. And if there is such a, I think in this case, a legitimate demand from the union, you stand behind the union. No redundancies, negotiations about working conditions [and] jobs, a fair salary increase to protect their members from the cost of living. So in this case you say: 'Of course I support the union, nobody wants a strike. I hope that the management will come back to the table, there is a negotiated solution. If management is unyielding and the government intervenes and there is a strike, I'll be on the picket line. Starmer is defending the decision to focus on the NHS rather than the outcome of the no-confidence vote at this week's PMQs. Speaking to the media in Stormont, Keir Starmer also answered questions about issues outside of Northern Ireland. Starmer defended his decision to focus on the NHS at PMQs on Wednesday. But Starmer said he made the right choice of subject. I think a lot of people in the UK are very, very concerned about the state of our healthcare system. If you are waiting for cancer treatment, if you want to see a GP or are worried about calling an ambulance, you would be delighted if the leader of the opposition challenged the government on these matters, which I know are of of great concern to many, many people. We have a weak prime minister, a divided prime minister and the implications are for things like cancer care, waiting for a GP, waiting for an ambulance - and I think what people want to see on the prime minister's questions is a guide die Opposition focuses on the issues that matter most to them. Starmer said he strongly condemned the treatment of the two Britons sentenced to death for fighting Russian forces in Ukraine. The government is right about that and I think it is very important that we say that there is no partisan politics here - we stand united in condemning what is happening here and demand in the strongest possible terms that they be treated as prisoners of war will. He described the government's plan to send asylum seekers to Rwanda as a "chaotic red herring". I think it's very important that we all say loud and clear that we don't want anyone to do this dangerous crossing of the Channel. We don't want these people smugglers to profit from their business and we must crack down on them. The government's Rwanda program is a messy red herring, an ill-conceived program that will not solve the problem. Keir Starmer speaking to the media at Stormont. Photo: Charles McQuillan/Getty Images 'Give-and-take' approach could see EU and UK reach deal on Northern Ireland Protocol, says StarmerKeir Starmer has claimed that a 'give-and-take' Take' approach could allow the EU and UK to reach an agreement on the future of the Northern Ireland Protocol. On a visit to Stormont he said: “We have to give and take on both sides. I don't think the protocol's remaining problems can't be solved with a different approach, with this high level of trust, with an honest broker prime minister bringing people around the table and negotiating what needs to be negotiated. Starmer said Labor will vote against proposed legislation giving the UK government the power to unilaterally abandon parts of the protocol that sets the post-Brexit trade rules for Northern Ireland agreed with the EU. And if the bill were passed, a future Labor government would repeal it, he said. He continued: I'm not saying that there aren't problems and challenges with the protocol, of course there are. I think these challenges can be overcome at the negotiating table with statecraft and a high level of trust. It is this high level of trust that this Prime Minister lacks and I think he is making a mistake in taking the legislative route which is against international law and which I believe is actually an obstacle to the negotiations that are going on in am end, will solve these difficult problems. Keir Starmer speaks to the media in Stormont today. Photo: Stefan Rousseau/PA Defense Minister Ben Wallace traveled to Kyiv to meet Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy and the Defense Minister. A Defense Ministry statement said: The working visit was held this week to allow the Defense Minister to learn first-hand how the operational needs of Ukraine's armed forces are evolving as the nature of the conflict continues to change. This will ensure that the UK's ongoing support evolves to meet these needs and is tailored to the situation on the ground. The defense minister met Minister Reznikov on the first of the two-day visit, before speaking with President Zelenskyy about how British support will continue to meet Ukraine's needs as the conflict enters a different phase. The three agreed to work even more closely together in the future to support their common goal of enabling Ukraine to free itself from illegal Russian occupation. Defense Secretary @BWallaceMP met with @ZelenskyyUa and @oleksiireznikov in Kyiv to discuss the range of support the UK is providing and agreed to continue working closely together. pic.twitter.com/bJ3g9Smui9 - Ministry of Defense 🇬🇧 (@DefenceHQ) June 10, 2022 Covid infections in the UK rise for the first time in two monthsCovid-19 infections in the UK have risen for the first time in two months jump likely caused by increases in cases compatible with the original Omicron variant BA.1 and the newer variants BA.4 and BA.5, according to the Office for National Statistics. As reported by PA Media, a total of 989,800 people in homes were estimated to have had the virus last week, up from 953,900 the previous week. All four nations have had increases in infections, although the ONS describes the trend in Scotland and Wales as "uncertain". It said: There were early signs of a possible increase in the percentage of people testing positive for coronavirus (Covid-19) in England and Northern Ireland, likely due to an increase in infections associated with the Omicron variants BA .1, BA.4 and BA are compatible. 5; In Wales and Scotland trends were uncertain. Here are the country by country estimates of how many people were infected in the week ending last Thursday. UNHCR backs bid to stop Priti Patel from sending asylum seekers to Rwanda, telling Supreme Court it violates international law, allowing seekers to Rwanda to be illegal. Lawyers demanding an injunction to stop deportation of asylum seekers to Rwanda say @ukhomeoffice claims the policy is 'incorrect'. @UNHCR has warned that the deal goes against "the letter and spirit" of the Refugee Convention. - Mark Easton (@BBCMarkEaston) June 10, 2022 A lawyer for the UN refugee agency, Laura Dubinsky QC, told the court that "in the light of inaccuracies," she wanted to clarify that the UNHCR did not respect the agreement between the UK and Rwanda in any way endorse. She said UNHCR informed the Home Secretary that it was unlawful. - Mark Easton (@BBCMarkEaston) June 10, 2022 United Nations refugee officials twice warned Home Office after deal announced deportation of asylum seekers to Rwanda unlawful, High Court has heard. - Mark Easton (@BBCMarkEaston) June 10, 2022 This is from Detention Action, one of the groups seeking an injunction to stop deportations next week , with " Serious concerns that asylum seekers coming from the UK to Rwanda transferred will not have access to fair and efficient trials... In the Telegraph, Charles Hymas quoted this from the UNHCR submission to the court. UNHCR said: The UK-Rwanda This regime does not meet required standards in relation to the legality and adequacy of bilateral or multilateral transfers of asylum seekers to necessary safeguards, is inconsistent with the letter and spirit of the 1951 Convention. UNHCR believes that the UK-Rwanda agreement cannot be brought into line with international legal obligations through minor adjustments. The serious concerns outlined in this analysis require urgent and appropriate consideration by the UK and Rwandan governments, in accordance with their obligations under established and binding norms of international refugee law. Ministers have announced plans to open up to 75 new free schools in England. Robin Walker, the Schools Minister, told LBC this morning that there will be a particular focus on funding self-contained upper schools in disadvantaged areas. He said: "Those are extra places in new schools, so basically what we're talking about here is where there's a real need for new schools, whether it's mainstream or specialty, we want to make sure we meet that need. Demographically, we've had a bit of a rebound, and there may not be the huge surge in demand for mainstream schools that we've had in the past several years. But we see, particularly in some disadvantaged areas where there is no opportunity for people to progress after 16, we want to fill that gap, we want to make sure there is an opportunity for everyone to have the chance to study, go to university attend if they choose to, or pursue career paths such as T-Levels.

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Katie Price avoids jail AGAIN

The former glamor model faced jail time after admitting the infraction when she sent a text to Kieran Hayler branding Michelle Penticost a "gutter s**g". (Author: Gardener)

Katie PriceKatie Price escaped jail again today after claiming she "misunderstood" the rules of a restraining order when she sent a "disgusting and nasty" message about her ex-husband's fiancee. The former glamor model faced jail time after admitting the infraction when she sent a text to Kieran Hayler branding Michelle Penticost a "gutter s**g". The former I'm A Celeb star, 44, was convicted earlier this year just weeks after she flipped her BMW X5 after spending the night drinking alcohol and using cocaine - her ninth traffic offence. Price - who appeared in court today in an all-green outfit and was due to tell a reporter to "suck my cock" after being asked about the prospect of jail time - had been barred from directly or indirectly contacting Miss Penticost for five years in June 2019. "She has a restraining order so she shouldn't be trying to piss me off as she's violating her and I'm sure she doesn't want people to know she has one behind my back." had an affair with you. The court heard the offense was committed because Price had used the words "tell your," which was an indirect attempt to communicate with Penticost. It has also been said that her message to Mr Hayler may have been prompted by an Instagram post from Miss Penticost, which she denies was addressed to Price. But at Lewes Crown Court today, Price was told she would not go to jail but would have to do 170 hours of community service and pay £1,500 costs. Judge Stephen Mooney told Price: "In my estimation, this offense was committed out of anger. "The words you used were highly offensive and inflammatory, so the breach cannot be considered minor. "In my opinion, considering the aggravating and mitigating factors, a mid-level injunction is the appropriate judgment." Price showed no emotion when the judgment was announced, but smiled briefly as she exited the dock. Her fiancé, Carl Woods, 34, who was in the court public gallery, breathed a sigh of relief and held his head in his hands. Following the verdict this morning, Mr Hayler and Miss Penticost said: “We are incredibly disappointed with the outcome of today's court hearing. "We believe that given the seriousness of Miss Price's insult, a prison sentence would have sent the right message to the public." At the beginning of a hearing, in a victim impact statement, Miss Penticost said how the effects of Price's violating the restraining order had a "devastating effect" on her mental well-being. She said: "The fallout from what Katie has done is very worrying, I feel threatened and intimidated. "I feel demoralized and don't want to go out. "The consequences are that I feel like she's going to attack me. I felt like a restraining order would make me feel safe, but if someone violates it, I feel very vulnerable. Nicholas Hamblin, representing Price, said his client pleaded guilty to the violation but had a "misunderstanding" that the injunction "worked both ways." He added: "She has shown signs of remorse, she accepts an indirect offense." Mr Hamblin said Price sought help at the Priory Clinic for her emotional struggles. He said she suffers from "depressive disorder and anxiety," adding, "Miss Price is learning to manage her emotional issues and not react like she did in this case." He added that for Price "There's a lot of good things to say" and that she was rated "low risk of recidivism" on a parole report. Mr Hamblin said the offense was a "minor breach" of the injunction because the message was "indirect" and would have been "much more serious" if sent directly to the complainant's phone. Price was arrested by officers at her home around 5.45pm on January 21 and taken to Worthing Police Station. At an earlier hearing, Crawley Magistrates Court was told Price sent the "disgusting and nasty" message after Michelle Penticost uploaded an Instagram post about how to deal with people who treat you badly. The court heard there was a history of "clear antagonism" between Miss Price and Miss Penticost. Last year, Price was given a 16-week suspended sentence after she was in a drunk driving accident with her BMW X5 last September. Price then dodged a possible prison sentence in January after a last-minute £7,358 fine she owed for traffic offenses was paid. Earlier this year, Price escaped prison again after striking a last-minute deal to pay off her bankruptcy debt. The 44-year-old was due to appear in the High Court to explain why she failed to pay back £2.3million she owed after being declared bankrupt in 2019. But the former model had her bankruptcy hearing postponed a second time after agreeing to an 11-hour deal to pay back the money. It comes after Price was pictured cutting a celebratory figure as she left her make-up master class in London last night after a low turnout. The former glamor model has been hosting master classes for fans across the country lately and also attended a class in Leicester on Wednesday afternoon. She was picked up by her fiancé Carl Woods, 33, after class at the former Big Brother star's Aisleyne Horgan-Wallace's Fakin' It salon. Price was seen laden with pink and red gift bags and a beige handbag as she exited the store. The former Celebrity Big Brother winner shielded her eyes behind sunglasses as she walked to Woods' car. The housemate appeared to only have a handful of attendees for her London outing, and some fans posed for photos outside the lounge ahead of the event. She was seen gathering her belongings in the drawing room after hosting the master class. Price admitted earlier this year that she had hit rock bottom following her horrific drinking and drug crash. In scenes from Katie Price's Mucky Mansion from her Channel 4 series, the star breaks her silence on the accident which left her with a 16-week suspended sentence and a two-year driving ban. Katie tells the camera she "could have killed someone or me" when she slung her uninsured BMW X5 into a hedge while standing disqualified and under the influence on a country lane near the Sussex home that is in her new home series occurs. In the upcoming scenes, Katie can be seen returning home after September's crash to continue the renovation, as the voiceover reveals she spent 30 days competing in a psychiatric facility. She says to the camera: "I mean, I can handle a lot of things, stress, pressure, that's what I breathe. "If it hits me personally, I can't deal with it. I regret getting in the car, I could have killed someone. In fact, I don't want to be in a situation where I'm so sad inside that I just have to go and do something, be destructive and hurt people around me because I don't know how to deal with it. "I've now decided I'm going to see a therapist every week for the rest of my life and put my hand up and say yes I need help, help me." Katie Price escaped speeding after police failed to arrest her in 12 weeks after she was allegedly driving 70mph in a 40mph zone in her Range Rover. After using her cell phone while driving on April 18, Price received three penalty points. Price could not provide the driver's identity after her car was allegedly caught in a 30 mph zone and later received four penalty points after being stopped at 150 km/h and received four points on her license. Price was convicted of failing to properly control her horse truck after turning onto a different lane in February and received three points on her license, bringing her total to 10. Then she was suspended in December. She drove for six months after going 83mph in a 70mph zone in her home county of West Sussex. Two years later, Katie was disqualified for 12 months for failing to respond to two speeding tickets in September. Katie received a six-month speeding ban in February 2018 after accumulating 12 penalty points for speeding. Photos of her while still on lockdown surfaced in July. She was then arrested in October on suspicion of drunk driving and spent 13 hours in custody after crashing into a VW Golf and a hedge in a fenced-in property at 2am. She received a three-month driving ban in January this year while she was disqualified. She was given a five-year restraining order barring her from directly or indirectly contacting Michelle Penticost after he verbally abused her during an argument in a schoolyard. And then in October, Price was banned from driving for a further 18 months for failing to tell police who was behind the wheel of her pink Range Rover in a crash in Bexley, south East London.Price crashes her BMW car in the early hours of the morning on a country lane near her home in West Sussex after drinking and using drugs, she received a 16-week suspended sentence. She pleads guilty to violating a five-year restraining order not to directly or indirectly contact Michelle Penticost.

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Katie Price is due to appear in court in weeks to pay for fare

Price was spared from prison today but must return to Crawley Magistrates' Court on July 5 charged with speeding and failing to provide information to police. (Author: Gardener)

Katie PriceKatie Price is due to appear back in court in just two weeks - after she escaped jail today after claiming she "misunderstood" the rules of a restraining order when she sent a "disgusting and nasty" message about her ex's fiancee -Husband sent. The former glamor model - who already has nine driving convictions and faces a return to court over her bankruptcy - faced the prospect of jail time after admitting the wrongdoing when she texted Kieran Hayler, in which she branded Michelle Penticost as 'Rinne' **g'. The 44-year-old was told this morning that she would not face jail time for the crime but would have to do 170 hours of unpaid work. But Price must return to Crawley Magistrates' Court on July 5 charged with speeding and failing to provide information to police. The troubled celebrity was allegedly clocked while driving over the 60mph speed limit in a BMW near her grimy villa in Horsham, West Sussex - just 11 days before she was involved in an accident with her car in September last year . The case is now being dealt with under the "uniform judicial procedure", which allows adults charged only with summary non-custodial offenses to have their cases dealt with remotely by a judge. This means the case can be treated with a fine and/or points on Price's driver's license and a driving ban. Price avoided jail for September's alcohol- and drug-related crash by checking herself into rehab at the Priory, which cost almost £7,000 a week. A single judge who does not have to be in the court where a case is listed to hear it. Katie Price escaped speeding after police failed to arrest her in 12 weeks after she was allegedly driving 70mph in a 40mph zone in her Range Rover. After using her cell phone while driving on April 18, Price received three penalty points. Price could not provide the driver's identity after her car was allegedly caught in a 30 mph zone and later received four penalty points after being stopped at 150 km/h and received four points on her license. Price was convicted of failing to properly control her horse truck after turning onto a different lane in February and received three points on her license, bringing her total to 10. Then she was suspended in December. She drove for six months after going 83mph in a 70mph zone in her home county of West Sussex. Two years later, Katie was disqualified for 12 months for failing to respond to two speeding tickets in September. Katie received a six-month speeding ban in February 2018 after accumulating 12 penalty points for speeding. Photos of her while still on lockdown surfaced in July. She was then arrested in October on suspicion of drunk driving and spent 13 hours in custody after crashing into a VW Golf and a hedge in a fenced-in property at 2am. She received a three-month driving ban in January this year while she was disqualified. She was given a five-year restraining order barring her from directly or indirectly contacting Michelle Penticost after he verbally abused her during an argument in a schoolyard. And then in October, Price was banned from driving for another 18 months for failing to tell police who was behind the wheel of her pink Range Rover in a crash in Bexley. South East London. Price crashes her BMW car on a country lane near her home in West Sussex in the early hours of the morning after drinking and using drugs and was handed a 16-week suspended sentence. She pleads guilty to violating a five-year restraining order not to directly or indirectly contact Michelle Penticost. Today, Price attended court to learn her fate after admitting to violating a restraining order when she sent off the model - who appeared in an all-green outfit and told a reporter to 'suck my cock' , after being asked about the prospects of a prison sentence – was banned from directly or indirectly contacting Miss Penticost for five years in June 2019. "She's on a restraining order so she shouldn't be trying to piss me off as she's going against her and I'm sure she doesn't want people to know she's having an affair with behind my back." you had The court heard the offense was committed because Price had used the words "tell your," which was an indirect attempt to communicate with Penticost. It has also been said that her message to Mr Hayler may have been prompted by an Instagram post from Miss Penticost, which she denies was addressed to Price. But at Lewes Crown Court today, Price was told she would not go to jail and would have to do 170 hours of community service and pay £1,500 costs. Judge Stephen Mooney told Price: "In my estimation, this offense was committed out of anger. "The words you used were highly offensive and inflammatory, so the breach cannot be considered minor. "In my opinion, considering the aggravating and mitigating factors, a mid-level injunction is the appropriate judgment." Price showed no emotion when the judgment was announced, but smiled briefly as she exited the dock. Her fiancé, Carl Woods, 34, who was in the court public gallery, breathed a sigh of relief and held his head in his hands. Following the verdict this morning, Mr Hayler and Miss Penticost said: “We are incredibly disappointed with the outcome of today's court hearing. "We believe that given the seriousness of Miss Price's insult, a prison sentence would have sent the right message to the public." At the beginning of a hearing, in a victim impact statement, Miss Penticost said how the effects of Price's violating the restraining order had a "devastating effect" on her mental well-being. She said: "The fallout from what Katie has done is very worrying, I feel threatened and intimidated. "I feel demoralized and don't want to go out. "The consequences are that I feel like she's going to attack me. I felt like a restraining order would make me feel safe, but if someone violates it, I feel very vulnerable. Nicholas Hamblin, representing Price, said his client pleaded guilty to the violation but had a "misunderstanding" that the injunction "worked both ways." He added: "She has shown signs of remorse, she accepts an indirect offense." Mr Hamblin said Price sought help at the Priory Clinic for her emotional struggles. He said she suffers from "depressive disorder and anxiety," adding, "Miss Price is learning to manage her emotional issues and not react like she did in this case." He added that for Price "There's a lot of good things to say" and that she was rated "low risk of recidivism" on a parole report. Mr Hamblin said the offense was a "minor breach" of the injunction because the message was "indirect" and would have been "much more serious" if sent directly to the complainant's phone. Price was arrested by officers at her home around 5.45pm on January 21 and taken to Worthing Police Station. At an earlier hearing, Crawley Magistrates Court was told Price sent the "disgusting and nasty" message after Michelle Penticost uploaded an Instagram post about how to deal with people who treat you badly. The court heard there was a history of "clear antagonism" between Miss Price and Miss Penticost. Last year, Price was given a 16-week suspended sentence after she was in a drunk driving accident with her BMW X5 last September. Price then dodged a possible prison sentence in January after a last-minute £7,358 fine she owed for traffic offenses was paid. She now faces a new speeding charge, which is due to appear before judges in July. Earlier this year, Price escaped prison again after striking a last-minute deal to pay off her bankruptcy debt. The 44-year-old was due to appear in the High Court to explain why she failed to pay back £2.3million she owed after being declared bankrupt in 2019. But the former model had her bankruptcy hearing postponed a second time after agreeing to an 11-hour deal to pay back the money. It comes after Price was pictured cutting a celebratory figure as she left her make-up master class in London last night after a low turnout. The former glamor model has been hosting master classes for fans across the country lately and also attended a class in Leicester on Wednesday afternoon. She was picked up by her fiancé Carl Woods, 33, after class at the former Big Brother star's Aisleyne Horgan-Wallace's Fakin' It salon. Price was seen laden with pink and red gift bags and a beige handbag as she exited the store. The former Celebrity Big Brother winner shielded her eyes behind sunglasses as she walked to Woods' car. The housemate appeared to only have a handful of attendees for her London outing, and some fans posed for photos outside the lounge ahead of the event. She was seen gathering her belongings in the drawing room after hosting the master class. Price admitted earlier this year that she had hit rock bottom following her horrific drinking and drug crash. In scenes from Katie Price's Mucky Mansion from her Channel 4 series, the star breaks her silence on the accident which left her with a 16-week suspended sentence and a two-year driving ban. Katie tells the camera she "could have killed someone or me" when she slung her uninsured BMW X5 into a hedge while standing disqualified and under the influence on a country lane near the Sussex home that is in her new home series occurs. In the upcoming scenes, Katie can be seen returning home after September's crash to continue the renovation, as the voiceover reveals she spent 30 days competing in a psychiatric facility. She says to the camera: "I mean, I can handle a lot of things, stress, pressure, that's what I breathe. "If it hits me personally, I can't deal with it. In fact, I don't want to be in a situation where I'm so sad inside that I just have to go and do something, be destructive and hurt people around me because I don't know how to deal with it. "I've now decided I'm going to see a therapist every week for the rest of my life and put my hand up and say yes I need help, help me."

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Katie Price is dodging jail after pleading guilty to violating restraining order

Katie Price dodged jail at her sentencing hearing at Lewes Crown Court today after earlier pleading guilty to breaching a restraining order and being warned she faces jail time... (Author: Gardener)

Katie PriceKatie Price dodged jail at her hearing at Lewes Crown Court today after earlier pleading guilty to breaching a restraining order and being warned she faces jail time. During an earlier hearing, Price - who wore a green suit and was assisted in court today by her fiancé Carl Woods - pleaded guilty to breaching a restraining order against her ex-husband Kieran Hayler's fiancé Michelle Penticost. Judge Stephen Mooney told Price: "In my opinion, this offense was committed out of anger. "The words you used were very offensive and inflammatory so the breach cannot be considered minor. "In my opinion, the appropriate punishment, considering the aggravating and mitigating factors, is a mid-level community order." Price showed no emotion when the verdict was announced, but smiled briefly as she exited the dock. When they later responded to the verdict, Hayler and Penticost shared their disappointment. She was accused of texting ex-husband Hayler on Jan. 21 branding his new partner Penticost "C***ing wh**e" and "Gutter s*g" while simultaneously teasing her accused of having an affair. The reality star was barred from directly or indirectly contacting Ms. Penticost under a restraining order issued in June 2019. I don't want people to know she was having an affair with you behind my back. In a victim statement read in court today, Penticost said the impact of Price's breach of the restraining order was having a "devastating impact" on her mental well-being. She said: "The fallout from what Katie has done is very worrying, I feel threatened and intimidated. "I feel demoralized and don't want to go out. "The consequences are that I feel like she's going to attack me. I felt like a restraining order would make me feel safe, but if someone violates it, I feel very vulnerable." Nicholas Hamblin, Price's representative, said his client pleaded guilty to the violation, but she did had a "misunderstanding" that the restraining order "worked both ways". He said there was an element of "provocation" and that she "overreacted as she felt criticized". He added: "She has shown signs of remorse, she accepts an indirect offense." Mr Hamblin said Price sought help at the Priory Clinic over her emotional struggles. He said she suffers from a "depressive disorder and anxiety," adding, "Miss Price is learning to manage her emotional issues and not react the way she did in this case." He added, "There was many good to say" for Price and she was rated "low risk of reoffending" on a parole report. After her guilty plea, Judge Stephen Mooney Price warned in May: "You have clearly accepted responsibility for this offense and indirectly attempted to communicate with Ms Penticost despite her restraining order against you. "I have to warn you, Ms Price, that you are at risk of going to jail." She is currently engaged to former Love Island star Woods, while Hayler proposed to Penticost in 2020. Defender Joe Harrington said: "The issues relate At the time, District Judge Amanda Kelly said the offense carried a maximum sentence of up to five years in prison, and warned Price, "You really are in grave danger to go to jail. “This is a very serious allegation alleging that you indirectly used vile and nasty language towards Ms Penticost, a person whom an injunction prevented you from contacting, directly or indirectly.”

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Katie Price suffers from low attendance at her makeup master class in London

The former glamor model, 44, has been hosting masterclasses for fans across the country lately, attending a class in Leicester on Wednesday afternoon. (Author: Gardener)

Katie PriceKatie Price cut a celebratory figure as she left her makeup master class in London on Thursday after a low turnout while awaiting conviction for breaching a restraining order. She was picked up by her fiancé Carl Woods, 33, after class at the former Big Brother star's Aisleyne Horgan-Wallace's Fakin' It salon. Katie was seen laden with pink and red gift bags and a beige handbag as she exited the store. She wore a brown tracksuit with a short-sleeved top and a pair of pink sneakers with white souls. The former Celebrity Big Brother winner shielded her eyes behind sunglasses as she walked to Carl's car. Housemate Katie appeared to only have a handful of attendees for her London outing, and some fans posed for photos outside the salon ahead of the event. She was seen gathering her belongings in the drawing room after hosting the master class. Carl dressed casually for his outing and helped Katie carry her bags to the car. The former Love Island hopeful wore a black tee and gray sweatpants. He was spotted chatting to Katie in the doorway of the drawing room before the couple headed outside. Katie was in good spirits as she hugged Aisleyne goodbye, with the reality star wearing a form-fitting orange dress. Big Brother star Aisleyne was seen waiting outside the store before Katie's performance. The OnlyFans model cut a casual figure in a white vest teamed with pink and gray patterned sweatpants. The reality star styled her platinum blonde tresses in an updo as she chatted with an attendee outside of the venue. Aisleyne later changed into an orange patterned mini dress for the day, which she paired with a multicolored printed jacket. It comes after Katie was warned she faces jail after pleading guilty to breaching a restraining order by calling ex-husband Kieran Hayler's fiancé a "gutter s**g". The mother-of-five was arrested on January 21 on suspicion of violating her restraining order on Michelle Penticost by writing a foul text to her ex. "She's on a restraining order so she shouldn't be trying to piss me off as she's going against her and I'm sure she doesn't want people to know she was having an affair with you behind my back. Katie was later charged with breaching a restraining order, but pleaded not guilty on April 27 and requested a trial in Crown Court. It was previously suggested she could face five years in prison if found to have broken the order. Her attorney, Nicholas Hamblin, said the star should again avoid jail as just saying "tell you so" was a violation of the restraining order. He said: "Without those two words in the message, this would not be a violation." Katie, who was released on bail, will be sentenced on June 24 for violating the restraining order. On June 3, 2019, she was served the five-year restraining order prohibiting her from directly or indirectly contacting Michelle.

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Katie Price's ex-husband shares his 'disappointment' as the star dodges jail

Katie Price's ex-husband is 'disappointed' as the star dodges jail after breaching her restraining order. (Author: Gardener)

Katie Price'sKatie Price's ex-husband has shared his "disappointment" after the reality star dodged jail after admitting to breaching a restraining order. During an earlier hearing, Price - who wore a green suit and was assisted in court today by her fiance Carl Woods - pleaded guilty to violating the order against her ex-husband Hayler's fiancee Michelle Penticost. Faced with imprisonment after being warned by the court, she was today handed an 18-month community decree to do 170 hours of unpaid work. In a statement released after the sentencing, Hayler - who shares two young children with Price - and Penticost said imprisonment "would have sent the right message". They said in the statement obtained by The Sun: "We are incredibly disappointed with the outcome of today's court hearing. "We believe that given the seriousness of Miss Price's crime, a custodial sentence would have sent the right message to the public." Ex-husband Hayler sent a message on Jan. 21 branding his new partner, Penticost, as "C***ing Wh**e" and "Gutter S**G," while simultaneously accusing them of having an affair . "She's on a restraining order so she shouldn't be trying to piss me off as she's going against her and I'm sure she doesn't want people to know she was having an affair with you behind my back. In a victim statement read in court today, Penticost said the impact of Price's breach of the restraining order was having a "devastating impact" on her mental well-being. She said: "The fallout from what Katie has done is very worrying, I feel threatened and intimidated. "The consequences are that I feel like she's going to attack me. I felt like a restraining order would make me feel safe, but if someone violates it, I feel very vulnerable." Nicholas Hamblin, Price's representative, said his client pleaded guilty to the violation, but she did had a "misunderstanding" that the restraining order "worked both ways". He said there was an element of "provocation" and that she "overreacted as she felt criticized". He added: "She has shown signs of remorse, she accepts an indirect offense." Mr Hamblin said Price sought help at the Priory Clinic for her emotional struggles, saying she suffers from a "depressive disorder and anxiety," adding adding, "Miss Price is learning to manage her emotional issues and not react the way she did in this case." He added that "there was a lot of good things to say" for Price and that she is being considered on a parole report was at “low risk of recurrence”. Speaking to Price, Judge Stephen Mooney said: "In my opinion, this crime was committed out of anger. "The words you used were very offensive and inflammatory so the breach cannot be considered minor. "In my opinion, the appropriate punishment, weighing the aggravating and mitigating factors, is a mid-level community order."

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Katie Price's net worth has fallen sharply over the years

Katie Price, 44, avoided jail on Friday for breaching a restraining order from her ex-husband's fiancé. The star was presented with 170 hours of community service. (Author: Gardener)

Katie Price'sGet the latest entertainment news straight to your inbox with our weekly Showbiz newsletter. Get the latest entertainment news straight to your inbox with our weekly Showbiz newsletter Whitsunday. Katie received 170 hours of community service at Lewes Crown Court today, adding another bit of drama to the star's life. With a string of court appearances over the past 10 years, Katie Price is no stranger to facing the consequences of her actions. Once thought to be worth £45million at the height of her career as a glamor model and reality star, Katie's net worth is now estimated at £770,000. Read more: Katie Price avoids jail after pleading guilty to restraining order violation Katie Price's show Mucky Mansion aired on Channel 4 in January this year. Katie recently opened up about her life as a mother to Harvey, who has learning disabilities. Her BBC One documentary, Katie Price: Harvey and Me, was well received, with many praising her relationship with her son. Over the years, the former glamor model has had many business ventures, from a loungewear clothing line, KP Boutique, to a bath bomb company, Scented By Katie Price. In April, Katie launched on OnlyFans, where her fans can subscribe to racy pics for around £12 a month. Katie Price is currently engaged to Carl Woods, 32, a former Love Island contestant and personal trainer. The couple have been in an on-off relationship since June 2020 and are said to have reconciled after splitting in April this year. Katie was previously engaged to Kris Boyson, a 34-year-old fitness trainer, in 2019. Katie divorced ex-husband Kieran Hayler, 35, in June 2021 after their split in May 2018 following Kieran's infidelity. The couple married in 2013 and have two children together, Jett, seven, and Bunny, six. Katie married MMA fighter Alex Reid, 46, her second husband, in 2010. Katie famously met her first husband Peter Andre, 49, while appearing on I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here in 2004. The couple married in 2005 and have two children together, Junior, 17, and Princess, 14. Peter and Katie divorced in 2009 after four years of marriage. The couple had an ITV2 reality series together, Katie & Peter, which ran from 2004 to 2009. Katie has been convicted of many driving offenses over the past 19 years. She first appeared in court for speeding in 2003, followed by another court case in 2008 for using her phone while driving. In the years since Katie had at least half a dozen traffic convictions. The former glamor model has six driving bans behind her. Katie is currently banned from driving after admitting to being under the influence of alcohol and driving following a crash in September 2021 while she was disqualified and uninsured. Katie appeared at Lewes Crown Court on Friday 24 June and was sentenced to 18 months of community service and 170 hours of community service. The star admitted to violating a restraining order from Kieran Hayler's fiancé, Michelle Penticost. Get the latest celebrity gossip and TV news straight to your inbox.

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Katie Price is dodging jail after pleading guilty to violating restraining order

Katie Price dodged jail at her sentencing hearing at Lewes Crown Court today after earlier pleading guilty to breaching a restraining order and being warned she faces jail time... (Author: Gardener)

Katie PriceKatie Price dodged jail at her hearing at Lewes Crown Court today after earlier pleading guilty to breaching a restraining order and being warned she faces jail time. During an earlier hearing, Price - who wore a green suit and was assisted in court today by her fiancé Carl Woods - pleaded guilty to breaching a restraining order against her ex-husband Kieran Hayler's fiancé Michelle Penticost. Judge Stephen Mooney told Price: "In my opinion, this offense was committed out of anger. "The words you used were very offensive and inflammatory so the breach cannot be considered minor. "In my opinion, the appropriate punishment, considering the aggravating and mitigating factors, is a mid-level community order." Price showed no emotion when the verdict was announced, but smiled briefly as she exited the dock. When they later responded to the verdict, Hayler and Penticost shared their disappointment. She was accused of texting ex-husband Hayler on Jan. 21 branding his new partner Penticost "C***ing wh**e" and "Gutter s*g" while simultaneously teasing her accused of having an affair. The reality star was barred from directly or indirectly contacting Ms. Penticost under a restraining order issued in June 2019. I don't want people to know she was having an affair with you behind my back. In a victim statement read in court today, Penticost said the impact of Price's breach of the restraining order was having a "devastating impact" on her mental well-being. She said: "The fallout from what Katie has done is very worrying, I feel threatened and intimidated. "I feel demoralized and don't want to go out. "The consequences are that I feel like she's going to attack me. I felt like a restraining order would make me feel safe, but if someone violates it, I feel very vulnerable." Nicholas Hamblin, Price's representative, said his client pleaded guilty to the violation, but she did had a "misunderstanding" that the restraining order "worked both ways". He said there was an element of "provocation" and that she "overreacted as she felt criticized". He added: "She has shown signs of remorse, she accepts an indirect offense." Mr Hamblin said Price sought help at the Priory Clinic over her emotional struggles. He said she suffers from a "depressive disorder and anxiety," adding, "Miss Price is learning to manage her emotional issues and not react the way she did in this case." He added, "There was many good to say" for Price and she was rated "low risk of reoffending" on a parole report. After her guilty plea, Judge Stephen Mooney Price warned in May: "You have clearly accepted responsibility for this offense and indirectly attempted to communicate with Ms Penticost despite her restraining order against you. "I have to warn you, Ms Price, that you are at risk of going to jail." She is currently engaged to former Love Island star Woods, while Hayler proposed to Penticost in 2020. Defender Joe Harrington said: "The issues relate At the time, District Judge Amanda Kelly said the offense carried a maximum sentence of up to five years in prison, and warned Price, "You really are in grave danger to go to jail. “This is a very serious allegation alleging that you indirectly used vile and nasty language towards Ms Penticost, a person whom an injunction prevented you from contacting, directly or indirectly.”

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Katie Price avoids jail after pleading guilty to restraining order violation

The former glamor model has been forced to put in 170 hours of unpaid labor after being handed an 18-month community directive that sent abusive messages to Kieran Hayler's ex-fiancé, Michelle Pentecost. (Author: Gardener)

Katie PriceKatie Price has been given an 18-month community powers order at Lewes Crown Court. The former glamor model has been forced to do 170 hours of unpaid work after admitting to violating a restraining order. She broke the condition by sending her ex-husband, Kieran Hayler, offensive messages about his fiancé, Michelle Penticost. The mother-of-five appeared in court ahead of the verdict this morning and said "suck my d**k" as she walked past reporters, one of whom asked her about the possibility of going to jail, writes Der Spiegel. Katie's court attire was a striking green tracksuit and an oversized fluffy bag, and her fiancé Carl Woods supported her and held her hand as they entered the courtyard together. The former Love Island contestant, 33, sat in the public gallery as Katie looked straight ahead as the details of her offense were read out at the start of the sentencing hearing. The court then heard the text message Katie had sent to ex-husband Kieran alleging against the injunction against them. Katie's former husband Kieran was also present in the courtroom and was seen "looking down" once on Friday. It was then heard how the star has been living his life in public since he was 17 and has twice volunteered for treatment at The Priory in the past. There's always something trying to twist it," Katie's defense attorney said before the verdict was announced. Katie's defense attorney said "there was a significant issue in her life at the time of the offence" in relation to access to her children. The star's defense attorney added that she has shown "clear signs of remorse" and that the messages related to Michelle were directed to her ex-partner Kieran. The star suffers from a depressive disorder, according to her doctor's "learning to deal with her problems." Nicholas Hamblin, representing Katie Price, said his client pleaded guilty to the infraction but she had a "misunderstanding" that the restraining Available "works both ways". The star's lawyer added that Katie had sought help for her emotional issues at the Priory Clinic. He said she suffers from a "depressive disorder and anxiety," adding, "Miss Price is learning to manage her emotional issues and not react the way she did ca e." He added that "it had a lot of good things to say" for Katie and she was rated "low risk of recidivism" on a parole report. He added: "She has shown signs of remorse, she accepts an indirect infraction." Mr Hamblin went on to tell the court that Katie's guilty plea was an apology - more specifically "an apology to Ms Penticost". A restraining order against her ex-husband Kieran Hayler's fiancée, Michelle Penticost. Crawley Magistrates' Court heard back in April that Katie sent her ex Kieran, 35, a salacious message calling his fiancé "c ***ing wh *". ** piece of s***" and a "Gutter s**g". Katie committed the offense while serving a suspended 12-month sentence after previously admitting to driving under the influence of alcohol last year with a disqualification and no insurance On Wednesday, Katie was seen celebrating the wedding of her younger sister Sophie Price with the Family Day repo She was brought forward two days over fears she could face a jail sentence Her partner Carl Woods was at the event absent after he was reportedly 'banned' by bride Sophie.Katie began dating the car salesman in 2019 after splitting from her third husband Kieran.In April, the Crawley Magistrates' Court heard how Katie Kieran did on January 21 sent an explosive message that read, "Tell your friggin' friggin' girlfriend not to start dating me - she's got a reluctance shouldn't try." en to upset her since she goes against her. - Katie Price is hit by the harsh reality she could go to jail if sister marries Sophie -Katie Price was slammed by fans after using makeup filters on children Bunny, 7, and Jett, 8

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