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    DAME Deborah James' final TV appearance will air this evening as the Sun writer shares a life-saving message. The clip was filmed before the 40-year-old was moved to palliative care at her parents' home in Woking, Surrey, last month. 2Dame Deborah James will this evening appear on E4's Embarrassing Bodies - which was filmed before she was moved to palliative careCredit: Channel4/Embarassingbodies 2The 40-year-old stunned at Royal Ascot yesterday in a navy polka dot dress and her trademark beaming smileCredit: Getty Since her bowel cancer diagnosis in 2016, Debs has been an avid campaigner - urging people to be aware of the signs and symptoms of the illness. It was this passion that made the mum-of-two, who is known to her followers as BowelBabe, a Dame. On tonight's episode of Embarrassing Bodies, Debs chats to GP Dr Tosin Ajayi-Sotubo about why talk of poo, should never be a taboo. Deborah, who stunned at Royal Ascot yesterday, said before she was diagnosed, the biggest change she saw was in her bowel habits. TO DONATE to BowelBabe Fund visit www.bowelbabe.org Read more on...
    DAME Deborah James is a ray of sunshine as she enjoys a margarita cocktail and meal out. The Sun writer, 40, said she is trying to find the diamond moments in the rough as she thanked fans for their support. 2Dame Deborah James having a margarita in the Friday sunshineCredit: Instagram She posed outside at Beaverbrook country estate, Surrey, with sunglasses on her head and her cocktail in hand. Mum-of-two Deborah wrote on Instagram this evening: "Happy Friday! Feeling grateful to be able to enjoy another moment of sunshine on my face, and food that makes me smile! "Just trying to find the diamond moments in the rough - but when you look hard enough you realise they can still be there! "Thanks as always for your amazing messages and love. Have a good one xxxx" READ MORE DEBORAH JAMESREBELLIOUS HOPE New drugs gives ‘uplift of hope’ for bowel cancer research, says Dame DebsNOBLE CAUSE Sophie Wessex backs Deborah James in Gibraltar by showing off BowelBabe T-shirt In a separate Instagram story she added: "Sunshine is...
    DAME Deborah James says she is continuing to beat her survival odds since being sent home from hospital to receive palliative care. The Sun writer, who has incurable bowel cancer, is taking life “day-by-day” and at a much slower pace. 2Dame Deborah James updated ITV Lorraine and said she was still outliving expectationsCredit: ITV 2Dame Debs shared a picture of when she did Race for Life as she congratulated those who participated last nightCredit: ITV But still in good spirits, she is still tirelessly campaigning and telling people to “check their poo” for symptoms of bowel cancer. Dame Debs gave an update on ITV’s Lorraine wearing a pink wig in support of Cancer Research UK Race for Life, beaming from ear to ear. After congratulating the programme’s staff for participating in Race for Life last night, Dame Debs said: “I am doing okay, I'm stable, I think stable is a good thing.  “I'm taking life slowly, not on social media too much and just spending time in the garden with my family at a much slower pace of life, which...
    DAME Deborah James says a new drug trial offers an “uplift of hope” for bowel cancer patients. The results of the research, published this week, stunned doctors. 3Bowel Babe Dame Deborah James said an experimental drug trial on bowel cancer patients was positive newsCredit: bowelbabe/Instagram 3Dame Debs said the drug could work for a very type of bowel cancer patientCredit: Instagram/ bowelbabe 3But she said it "uplifts hope" and opens up more trialsCredit: Instagram/ bowelbabe Twelve patients who took the drug - called dostarlimab - saw their tumours “vanish”. One of the key researchers’ said the never-before-seen results were “every cancer doctors’ dream”. Dostarlimab is an immunotherapy drug, meaning it trains the person’s own immune system fight the cancer. There is still a long way before the medicine would be available to patients, and only some would potentially benefit. Read more on bowel cancerNOBLE CAUSE Sophie Wessex backs Deborah James in Gibraltar by showing off BowelBabe T-shirtPOO TABOO I'm bored of puppies on loo roll - we need information on cancer, says Deb James Experts stated those studied had tumours...
    THE Countess of Wessex gave yet another royal stamp of approval to Dame Deborah as she was spotted wearing one of the bowel cancer campaigners t-shirts. Sophie, 57, sported the white 'Rebellious Hope' clobber as she joined hubby Edward at the beach in Gibraltar on Wednesday. 2Sophie sported the white 'Rebellious Hope' t-shirt as she joined hubby Edward at the beachCredit: Rex 2The t-shirt was launched last month by Dame Debs, 40, and raises money for The Sun writer's Bowelbabe fundCredit: Eroteme The t-shirt was launched last month by Dame Debs, 40, and raises money for The Sun writer's Bowelbabe fund - which has now raised an eye watering £6.7 MILLION. The fund aims to raise awareness and money for bowel cancer which Dame Deborah was diagnosed with in 2016. Launching the t-shirts on May 26, the mum-of-two said the tagline 'Rebellious Hope' is "truly what has got me through the last 5 years". The cancer campaigner told how she had been "blown away" by how many incredible supporters had been wearing her t-shirts - which are available through In...
    DAME Deborah James is gearing up to take on every supermarket in her final days of living with bowel cancer. The Sun writer is calling on big stores to put the symptoms of bowel cancer, such as blood in stool, on loo roll. 5Dame Deborah James says she is taking on every supermarket to get bowel cancer symptoms on loo rollCredit: Instagram @bowelbabe 5"I'm bored of puppies on loo roll", Dame Debs has saidCredit: Instagram @bowelbabe 5Dame Debs thanked M&S for being the first supermarket to list bowel cancer symptomsCredit: Instagram @bowelbabe Already M&S is on board - it will start selling toilet rolls that raise awareness of the disease from September. The idea came about after M&S staff member Cara Hoofe was diagnosed with stage 4 bowel cancer in 2016 at 32-years-old. She was inspired to put forward the idea by Dame Debs after seeing all the work she has done to raise awareness. The loo roll will warn people of the five bowel cancer signs you must never ignore in the hope of earlier diagnoses. Read more...
    DEBORAH James couldn't look happier as she celebrated her brother's engagement to his girlfriend of 11 years. The cancer campaigner threw an "last impromptu party" following the proposal - prompted by Prince William. 2Deborah James with her brother Ben and his fiancé AshleyCredit: INSTAGRAM 2The cancer campaigner beamed alongside her familyCredit: INSTAGRAM The Duke of Cambridge nudged Ben when he presented her sister with the Damehood last month. Wills reportedly asked him why he hadn't yet popped the question after such a long time together. Announcing the happy news on Instagram, Deborah shared a series of snaps in which she, Ben and his wife-to-be Ashley are beaming. Underneath, she said: "He finally put a ring on it! Congratulations to Ben and Ashley for finally getting engaged after 11 years. READ MORE ON DEBORAH JAMES‘UNBREAKABLE’ Deb sobs as she reveals she’s closer to her siblings than ever in final daysHER FINAL DAYS I'm being a b*tch because I'm so angry I'm dying, says Dame Deborah James "If you ever followed my podcasts, brother banter features highly, and even...
    DAME Deborah James says she is “so chuffed” that her recent work will add £1million to her Bowelbabe Fund. The mum-of-two launched the fund at the start of May, when she revealed she was receiving palliative care for incurable bowel cancer. 4Dame Deborah James in her latest pink "Rebellious Hope" In The Style T-shirtCredit: bowelbabe/Instagram 4Dame Debs launched her new book for pre-order ahead of timeCredit: Not known, clear with picture desk Already it has reached £6.5 million thanks to the kindness of strangers. And 40-year-old Dame Debs revealed on Instagram that a further £1million will be raised through her recent endeavours.  Among them is the launch of her In The Style fashion line, which includes her beloved “Rebellious Hope” T-shirt in black, pink and white.  Dame Debs, a Sun columnist, said: “I'm so chuffed that over the weeks (albeit whilst I've been navigating this end of life care thing!), in order to up funds into @bowelbabefun the collaborations (T-shirt, Book, Rose, Bag) will end up bringing in over £1million extra for the fund which will give us a another...
    THE family of Dame Deborah James has issued a heartfelt update on her final mission. Sun writer Deborah has been receiving at-home hospice care since the start of May. 3Deborah James has been fund raising for the BowelBabe fund since the start of this monthCredit: supplied 3Her family today posted an update on the BowelBabe Fund's Instagram page. Deborah is pictured above with her husband Sebastien, daughter Eloise and son HugoCredit: Refer to Caption But not one to back down, the 40-year-old has had a rose named after her, launched a fashion collection and even had her very own Lego mini-me sent to her. While she has raised hundreds of thousands of pounds through these mediums, her biggest passion and mission to date is the BowelBabe fund. The podcaster has so far raised over £6.6million for charities such as Cancer Research UK (CRUK), Bowel Cancer UK and the Royal Marsden. In an update today on the fund's Instagram page today, the campaigner's family thanked everyone for their donations. TO DONATE to BowelBabe Fund visit www.bowelbabe.org Read more on Deborah James BITTERSWEET...
    DAME Deborah James has revealed she is 'gutted' she won't live to see her proudest achievement. The Sun writer has been busy in the last couple of weeks, launching a fashion collection and raising money for her BowelBabe Fund. 4Dame Deborah James was moved to at home hospice care earlier this monthCredit: Instagram 4The 40-year-old mum of two has been busy over the last few weeks, but has also been spending lots of time with her family. Pictured above with son Hugo and daughter Eloise 4The Sun writer took to Instagram last night to thank her followers for all the pre-orders of her book Her 'rebellious hope' t-shirts, as part of her In The Style Collection have raised hundreds of thousands of pounds. Meanwhile her fund, which will see money go to the Royal Marsden, Cancer Research UK and Bowel Cancer UK has raised over £6.5million. Sales of a rose named after the 40-year-old have also topped £50,000. But the mum-of-two also has a book coming out later this year, which has already reached the top of the Amazon charts....
    DAME Deborah James has shared how keeping busy and making memories has kept her going in her final days. The Sun columnist, who is having palliative care for advanced bowel cancer, shared a series of images that have “made her smile over the last few days”. 3Dame Debs was sent a Lego figurine of herself which has “put the hugest smile on my face”.Credit: instagram 3She visited the Royal Chelsea Flower Show for an hour-long private tour arranged by the BBC's Sophie RaworthCredit: instagram Dame Debs, 40, said on Instagram: “I feel at the moment I’ve got so much to share,to be thankful for but my body just isn’t playing the game! [sic]. “Im finding it harder and harder to engage and am just resting up a lot between managing side effects and having lovley random chats with my family.” The mum-of-two revealed on May 9 that she would no longer be having treatment for bowel cancer, which she was diagnosed with in 2016. Her heartbreaking news prompted The Sun to campaign to get her honoured with a damehood -...
    DAME Deborah James tonight visited a rose which was named after her at the Chelsea Flower Show. The Sun writer, 40, celebrated with a glass of bubbly and said the commemoration meant "absolutely everything". 3Dame Deborah James visited a rose named after herCredit: bbc 3She celebrated with a glass of bubblyCredit: bbc 3The rose is on display at the Chelsea Flower ShowCredit: bbc Mum-of-two Deborah, who was moved to end-of-life care earlier this month for bowel cancer, arrived with husband Sebastian Bowen for an hour-long private tour. She was filmed saying "how beautiful" and "this is amazing" when she arrived in her wheelchair. Deborah this week told how she hopes her daughter Eloise, 12, will one day have it in her wedding bouquet. Roses are her favourite flower and she told the BBC tonight: "Flowers are a reminder of our future. READ MORE ON DEBORAH JAMESREBELLIOUS HOPE I’d love my fund to hit £7m - I’m blown away by donations, says Deb JamesMOTHER'S LOVE I’m determined to protect my kids from seeing my darkest days, says...
    PRINCE William revealed that he loved meeting and awarding Deborah James with her Damehood as it was an "amazing" experience for her family. The Duke of Cambridge said Dame Deborah was "fantastic" as he today met the nurses and medical specialists who cared for the cancer campaigner. 2Deborah James received her Damehood from Prince William, as he reflected the moment was 'amazing'Credit: Graham Prentice 2Prince William speaking to Dr Nicos Fotiadis as he visits the Royal Marsden HospitalCredit: Reuters The Sun's stellar columnist Dame Deborah, known online as Bowel Babe, was honoured for her "tireless campaigning" to raise awareness of bowel cancer. Prince William visited her at home earlier this month to present the campaigner with her honour. In a bittersweet moment, William described how Dame Deborah joked she could now "drink" and was "triple parked" with glasses lined up as they celebrated her damehood. Speaking about when he visited Dame Deborah at home, he told Dr Nicos Fotiadis, a consultant interventional radiologist at theRoyal Marsden Hospital: "It was an amazing moment for them. READ MORE ON DAME DEBORAHI’LL...
    THE ONE Show’s Alex Jones has urged others to buy the Dame Deborah James Rose. The rose is being introduced at the Royal Chelsea Flower Show  - and was described by TV presenter Alex as “beautiful”. 6The One Show’s Alex Jones at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2022 with the Dame Deborah James RoseCredit: Splash 6A stunning new rose from The Harkness Rose Company has been named in honour of Sun writer, Dame Deborah JamesCredit: Supplied She wrote on Instagram: “Bought this and spoke with @iamlaurenmahon at the stand. They had already raised 22K for @bowelbabefund.  “There are no words for how much one individual has managed to inspire a whole country. The rose is beautiful. Buy one if you can.” A handful of celebrities were pictured with the flower at the Royal Chelsea Show on Monday, including Dame Joana Lumley. TV personality Katie Piper, model Jodie Kidd and presenter Gaby Roslin also showed their support for Dame Debs, posing with a bouquet. Read more on Deborah JamesI’LL BE DAMED Deborah James reveals ‘Rebellious Hope’ T-shirt has made staggering £400k...
    DAME Deborah James has revealed that her charity t-shirts have raised a staggering £400,000. Over the last two weeks the 40-year-old has continued her fundraising efforts to help 'future Deborah's have more time'. 4Dame Deborah James last week revealed her charity t-shirt with In The StyleCredit: Not known, clear with picture desk 4She today thanked her loyal supporters who have helped to raise over £400,000 through sales of the t-shirt aloneCredit: Instagram 4All of the proceeds will go towards the BowelBabe fund which will help fund cancer researchCredit: Instagram/@bowelbabe The campaigner's BowelBabe fund has raised over £6.5million since its launch and a rose named after her has also wracked up £22,000. Just last week the Sun writer released a top with her beloved "rebellious hope" slogan on the front. Within hours two batches of 10,000 T-shirts had sold out - raising £140,000 for her fund. The podcaster who modelled it with her daughter Eloise, 12, said 100 per cent of the profits will go to her fund, which supports Cancer Research UK, The Royal Marsden and Bowel Cancer UK. To...
    IN just 12 days, Dame Deborah James has achieved more than most of us will in a lifetime. The Sun writer has raised a staggering £6.4million — £7.5million if you count Gift Aid — been honoured with a Damehood, had Prince William over for tea, released her second book, which rocketed to No1 in the Amazon charts, released a sold-out charity T-shirt and had a stunning rose named after her. 6In just 12 days, Dame Deborah James has achieved more than most of us will in a lifetimeCredit: Instagram 6The mum-of-two has been inundated with letters from followers, hailing her courage, bravery and thanking her for her work to raise awareness of bowel cancer 6Dame Deborah even had Prince William over for teaCredit: Graham Prentice The inspirational 40-year-old has captured the hearts of the nation after revealing she is receiving end-of-life care at her parents’ home in Woking, Surrey. In an unprecedented move, she was made a Dame in a day, after the Sun launched a campaign to honour her, and Buckingham Palace, Kensington Palace and No10 “moved heaven and...
    A STUNNING rose has been named in honour of Dame Deborah James - and will help raise money for her charity fund. The 40-year-old told The Sun she hopes one day her daughter Eloise, 12, will have the white and pale pink flower at the heart of her wedding bouquet. 6Deborah James and her daughter, Eloise, modelling her charity T-shirts 6Dame Debs has had a rose named after her this week “All I can think is what a stunning thing to have,” the Sun writer said. “It makes me sad but it fills me with so much joy that this rose can now be bred for years and years to come. “Maybe one day Eloise will choose to have it in her wedding bouquet.” Dame Debs was presented with a stunning bouquet of her new rose by the team at The Harkness Rose Company. Read more on Deborah JamesMOTHER’S LOVE Deborah James shares snap of daughter modelling her sell-out charity T-shirt'HOPE YOU LOVE IT' Deborah James 'blown away' as charity T-shirt sells out in an hour They will be introducing...
    HEALTH bosses have praised Deborah James for "saving lives" by enthusiastically sharing her cancer journey. Amanda Pritchard revealed an astonishing 82,000 extra visits have been made to the NHS bowel cancer page since May 9 - when Dame Debs launched her fund. 5Deborah James has helped save lives and raised millions for charity 5Today she revealed it is currently over £7.5million, with gift aid The NHS England Chief Executive told a board meeting yesterday: "This is very clearly a difficult time for Deborah and her family, but her willingness to share her experiences since diagnosis, and even now, has undoubtedly saved lives and will continue to do so. "We have seen an estimated 82,000 extra visits to the NHS bowel cancer page. "For most people who come forward for a check, it’s not cancer, but for those who do get a diagnosis, getting treatment as early as possible is key. "So to anyone watching this, please do come forward if you’re worried – the sooner the better - it could save your life." Read more on Deborah JamesTHANK YOU Your...
    LETTERS addressed to "Deborah James, somewhere in Woking" have somehow made their way to the beloved Dame. She posted a snap of a collection of envelopes, all with varied attempts to describe her location at her parents' home, on Instagram. 6Deborah James, known as Bowel Babe, posted a picture of the letters 6Yesterday she managed to go on a trip with her husband to RHS Garden WisleyCredit: bowelbabe/Instagram The Sun writer was clearly both deeply touched and amused at the effort people, and the post service, had gone to to reach her. The mum-of-two, 40, wrote: "I think my parents have the best Royal Mail services ever! "The attempted addressed letters are giving us life! "How on earth they are getting here is a little miracle!" Donate here to keep raising money for Deborah's BowelBabe fund Brits eager to get in contact with the cancer campaigner, had tried a few different addresses, including "Dame Deborah James, Woking", "Bowel Babe, c/o her parents", "Dame Deborah, living at parents house". Somehow, they managed to get to her, providing a boost as she...
    DEBORAH James has been overwhelmed with emotion after her book rocketed to No1 on Amazon. Just hours after the pre-release announcement was made, her legions of supporters had bumped the "labour of love" to the top of the charts. 6Deborah James announced last night her book release date has been moved forward 6Within hours it had reached No 1 Amazon list - as fans rushed to get pre-orders She posted a story to Instagram with a screenshot of the Amazon Best Sellers. Dame Debs said: "Not sure how much more emotional wow I can deal with tonight! "Number 1 best seller in all books already. I want to tell each of you how wonderful you all are. "Never forget that!" Donate here to keep raising money for Deborah's BowelBabe fund Read more on Deborah JamesEMBRACE IT It might be last time I feel the rain so I’m embracing it, says Deborah JamesDAME DEB Only Deborah could bring such joy in darkest of times, says pal as fund hits £6m Mum Deborah, 40, who is on end-of-life care, revealed last night the...
    "EMOTIONAL" Deborah James has revealed that she is "getting weaker" but is "running off adrenaline" after meeting Prince William. The Duke of Cambridge yesterday presented The Sun’s cancer campaigner with her Damehood — just a day after it was announced. 10Prince William cleared his diary to present Deborah James with her Damehood 10 10Inspirational Deborah James said it was a memory that her family will treasure forever 10Deborah said she could've spoken with Prince William all afternoon In an “unprecedented” move, the Duke cleared his diary to do the honours at a tea party at her parents’ home in Woking, Surrey. And in an Instagram post today, Deborah told fans she has had "the most surreal, mind-blowing, humbling five days of my life". Alongside a photo of The Sun's front page, she wrote: "Can’t quite believe I'm actually a Dame! "My family are being amazing and as emotional as it all is, we are finding so much to smile about in the sadness. READ MORE ON DEBORAH JAMESONE’S HONOUR Queen ‘pleased’ to make Deborah James a Dame...
    DEBORAH James was born to be a Dame, her pal and podcast co-presenter has said. Paying tribute to the cancer campaigner, who was yesterday presented with the honour by Prince William, Lauren Mahon revealed she couldn't be more proud of her friend's heroic fundraising efforts, which have "saved so many lives". 7Rachael Bland, Lauren Mahon and Deborah hosted the You, Me and the Big C podcastCredit: Alamy 7Deborah and her podcast hosts and Mike HoltCredit: instagram Mum Deborah has shared a heart-wrenchingly honest account of having bowel cancer since being diagnosed in 2016. But in an emotional Instagram post on Monday, the 40-year-old revealed she was receiving end-of-life care. In the five days since, Deborah has been awarded a Damehood and raised more than £5.5million for charity. And Lauren, who co-hosts You, Me and the Big C, said she couldn't think of anybody more deserving of the gong. READ MORE DEBORAH JAMES'INSPIRATIONAL WOMAN' Sun readers' heartwarming messages to Deborah James after DamehoodDAME & THE DUKE Deborah James posts photo with Prince William as royal presents Damehood...
    SUN writer Deborah James has admitted she is “finding life a little harder” after moving into end-of-life care. The mum-of-two, 40, told fans she is getting “more and more sleepy” as she urged them to “keep loving in kindness”. 3Deborah James has admitted she is "finding life a little harder"Credit: Stewart Williams 3The Sun writer said she was overwhelmed at being made a DameCredit: Rex 3 She added she was overwhelmed at receiving a Damehood for capturing the nation's heart with her honest accounts of cancer. Sharing our front page which broke the news, she wrote online: “I’m humbled and blown away that five years of talking about poo can lead to a Damehood! “I feel honoured and shocked that I even got considered.” Deborah, known to fans as BowelBabe, heartbreakingly announced on Monday she was moved into hospice at home care. READ MORE ON DEBORAH JAMES'TRUE INSPIRATION' AJ & David Beckham pay tribute to Deborah James as she's made a DameONE’S HONOUR Queen ‘pleased’ to make Deborah James a Dame after outpouring of love She was diagnosed with...
    THE Queen said she was "pleased" to make inspirational Deborah James a Dame after an outpouring of love from the nation. Known as Bowel Babe, the Sun columnist has raised a staggering amount for charity in a matter of days. 5Deborah James has raised millions for charity in a matter of daysCredit: Dan Williams 5The Queen agreed to make her a Dame after her sterling effortsCredit: PA The 40-year-old has been living with bowel cancer since 2016, and has raised more than £4million since Monday. Last night, Number 10 confirmed that Deborah is to be made a dame after the Sun led the calls for the honour to be bestowed. Downing Street said: "The Queen has been pleased to approve that the honour of damehood be conferred upon Deborah James." The news came days after Deborah revealed to her army of supporters she had stopped active care and was at her parent's house. Read more on Deborah James'THIS IS CRAZY' Inspirational Deborah James overwhelmed as fundraiser hits £4millionDAME DEBS Inspirational Deborah James awarded Damehood after raising millions for charity Hero...
    INSPIRATIONAL Deborah James said she is "blown away" at being made a Dame after raising more than £4million for charity. The hero Sun columnist has raked in more than 16 times her original £250,000 goal for Cancer Research UK. 3Deborah James has raised more than £4million for charity Deborah, 40, launched the GoFundMe on Monday when she revealed she was on end-of-life care. A-listers and royalty touched by the mum-of-two's story have all donated - helping the page reach well over £4million today. Prince William and Kate Middleton left an undisclosed amount after praising Deborah, who was diagnosed with bowel cancer in 2016. In a personal tweet, the couple added: "Every now and then, someone captures the heart of the nation with their zest for life & tenacious desire to give back to society. Read more on Deborah' incredible journeyTHE SUN SAYS A damehood is the least life-saving force of nature Deborah James deserves'TRUE INSPIRATION' Piers & David Beckham praise Deborah James as she's made a Dame "@bowelbabe is one of those special people. Her tireless efforts to raise awareness of...
    PIERS Morgan and David Beckham have joined calls for Deborah James to be made a Dame for her cancer campaign. It comes after The Sun called for the inspirational writer to receive the honour for her tireless efforts to raise awareness of the disease and give hope to others. 3Broadcaster Piers Morgan was one famous face who joined calls for the journalist to receive the honourCredit: Rex 3Football star David Beckham also praised the inspirational DeborahCredit: Getty 3Deborah has raised a staggering £3.6million with her cancer campaignCredit: Stewart Williams The journalist has captured the hearts of the nation, raising a staggering £3.6million after revealing she has days, weeks at most, to live. And a host of famous faces have now backed calls for the Sun journalist to be honoured with a Damehood. Talk TV host Piers Morgan said: "I can’t think of anyone in Britain who more deserves a Damehood than this extraordinarily brave and inspiring woman who has helped save so many lives even as she has been slowly  and agonisingly losing her own. Famous footballing star David Beckham also...
    MAKE our Debs a Dame!  Sun writer Deborah James has captured the hearts of the nation, raising a staggering £3.6million after revealing she has days, weeks at most, to live. 6Deborah James has raised £3.6 million 6The Sun has launched a campaign to honour Deborah for her efforts to raise awareness for cancer 6Deborah James with her kids Eloise and Hugo. And today, The Sun launches a campaign to call for the 40-year-old cancer campaigner to be honoured with a Damehood for her tireless efforts to raise awareness of the disease and give hope to others. Deborah’s family told The Sun: "The outpouring of love and support that has been shown to Deborah through contributions to the Bowelbabe Fund during this extremely difficult time has been hugely uplifting and heart warming for us as a family and has brought a piercing ray of light and hope into this the darkest of times. READ MORE ON DEBORAH JAMESLAST MOMENT I want to die listening to my family after our last days together, says Deborah'I’d love one last cuddle' How many children...
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