louis smith

In 2008, the blasphemy laws were abolished in England and Wales. They protected the tender sympathies of the Anglican God
Let’s face it, it doesn’t take much to encourage the stars of ‘Strictly Come Dancing’ to raid the dressing up box, does it
'What I did was very offensive... but it's certainly not racist.'
Read more on The Huffington Post When Janet Street Porter admonished his behaviour, claiming it was reminiscent of someone
Dear Louis - My heart sank when the video appeared online over the weekend. As a proud Brit, as a Muslim, as a parent and as the Mum of a son who is an Elite Level-5 gymnast representing his region next month in the national finals, my heart really did sink. I had to discuss it with him; I wish I hadn't needed to.
'it’s something I have wanted to do for a long time...'
Fresh from his controversial appearance at the 2016 Olympic games in Rio, gymnast Louis Smith has sparked speculation he’s
Team GB had a fantastic day in the gymnastics on day nine of the Olympics, with Max Whitlock taking two golds and Louis Smith