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The year-old host couldn't resist making fun of Good Morning Britain weather presenter Alex Beresford for stumbling in his routine during Dancing on Ice last night. He kicked off his tirade by calling Alex "Bumbling Beresford", before asking production to show viewers the moment where Alex lost his balance. He said: "I could've told them, 'he hasn't got anything left in his locker, that's him bringing it, that's the problem. Alex could be seen looking disgruntled as he sharply said: "Okay Piers. Okay," shutting the conversation down.
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Good Morning Britain's Alex Beresford said prison is the end result as he spoke passionately again about the UK knife crime epidemic. Just 24 hours later, Alex was given a seat at the main desk during another discussion on the issue of violent crime. The GMB star spoke passionately about tackling the root of the issues and insisted prison was a last resort. He confessed that not all boys are victims but some of them are enticed into gangs and showered with expensive gifts. The only way you can pay it off is to do more runs. He continued: "Grooming is something we often associate with paedophiles but there are young boys out there being groomed into gangs.
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Mr Miliband agrees with Mr Cameron that the situation in Syria is terrible but "we mustn't make it worse". Mr Cameron says he thinks it is best to be engaged with the opposition in Syria rather than sit back. He says there was a "slight similarity between some of the arguments that were being made about not putting more weapons into Syria, that seemed to me very familiar to the discussions that we had about Bosnia". Is there a chance tomorrow's Commons' votes on press regulation may not go ahead?