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The final episode of Taskmaster‘s 12th series airs tonight, with Greg Davies and Alex Horne crowning the show’s latest winner from its line-up of hilarious comedians.

Over the last 10 weeks, we’ve seen Morgana Robinson, Guz Khan, Desiree Burch, Alan Davies and Victoria Coren Mitchell face the most ridiculous challenges, whether they’ve been building sand bridges, spreading jam on toast in a really cool way or trying to pop the most balloons.

Tonight sees the exciting conclusion of series 12 and while fans may be fretting over when we’ll next be heading to the Taskmaster house, we have all the latest information on when the Channel 4 show will be returning to our screens.

Read on for all everything you need to know about Taskmaster series 13.

Taskmaster series 13 rumoured release date

The good news is that Taskmaster is definitely returning for another series, as Channel 4 commissioned the show for six series back in 2019.

However, the broadcaster is yet to confirm exactly when Greg and Alex will be back to put another line-up of celebrities through ridiculous tasks.

Looking back at the past few series, there has been a three or four-month break between each run and so we’d expect series 13 to arrive on our screens in March 2022 at the earliest.

Taskmaster series 13 contestants

Channel 4 is yet to announce the full celebrity line-up for Taskmaster’s 13th series, but considering the show’s previous contestants, it’s bound to be an exciting one.

Over the past 12 series, we’ve seen the likes of Victoria Coren Mitchell, Lee Mack, Daisy May Cooper, David Baddiel, Phil Wang and Aisling Bea take part in the game show.

Taskmaster series 13 hosts

The Taskmaster himself, Greg Davies, will of course return for series 13 alongside his sidekick little Alex Horne, who is the creator of the show.

The presenting pair have been with Taskmaster since the very first series in 2015 and have since hosted 12 series as well as a Champion of Champions series and a New Year special.

Taskmaster series 13 trailer

We don’t have a trailer for the show’s next series just yet, but to keep you in the Taskmaster mood, why not check out this compilation of best bits from the gameshow?

Taskmaster will return to Channel 4 next year. If you’re looking for something else to watch, check out our TV Guide. Visit our hub for more Entertainment news.

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Battlefield 2042 Game Update 3: Release Date, Patch Notes, Bug Fixes And More

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Battlefield 2042 Update 3 is next on the agenda of the developers and we have all of the information you need regarding the upcoming patch.

EA and DICE have had to encounter some rough waters so far after coming under intense scrutiny for the game’s release back in November, mainly down to a high amount of glitches and in-game bugs that many players were coming across.

This was during the Early Access period that some gamers had paid almost £100 for, which resulted in the game being implemented with a day one patch, titled Update #1.

Read more: Battlefield 2042’s Metacritic Score Is Woeful Following Horror Launch

While Update #2 did top off some of the gameplay issues, DICE will likely bring along Update #3. But when exactly will it be released?

Scroll down to find out everything that we know so far regarding Battlefield 2042 Update #3:


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At the time of writing, it is not yet known when Update 3 will be brought out.

EA are renowned for not giving gamers any warning regarding patches and will just release straight away and state it is available.

This could change so we will update this section as soon as more information emerges in the coming days, weeks and months – so stick with us and stay tuned!


Patch Notes

As mentioned above, the comprehensive list of patch notes from Update 3 have yet to be revealed and will be posted here, as well as all of the respective sections below, as soon as EA and DICE make it public, keep your eyes peeled!


Gameplay

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Bug Fixes

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Click below to see all of the updates that have been added to Battlefield 2042 so far:

Battlefield fans! Are you enjoying Battlefield 2042 so far despite the shaky start? Are you still playing or did you get yourself a refund after the first couple of days? Please get in touch and let us know what you think and EA and DICE’s latest addition to the mass warfare series!


You can find all of the latest Battlefield 2042 News and everything Gaming related right here at GiveMeSport.


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‘You can never say there’s a bottom and they won’t go lower’

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  • McConnell blocked Democrats’ attempt to close debate on defense spending, usually a bipartisan vote.

  • This could push back Democrats’ timetable to get Build Back Better passed before Christmas.

  • Democratic lawmakers are frustrated, saying the GOP will do anything to obstruct Biden’s agenda.

Passing new defense spending was supposed to be the easy part of Congress’ holiday rush, but it’s already run into a stumbling block.

Democrats have an ambitious agenda for the upcoming month. They want to pass a resolution to avoid a government shutdown, raise the debt ceiling, and pass President Joe Biden’s sweeping climate and social-welfare package, all before Christmas. But before any of that gets done, Republicans and Democrats need to work together to pass the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) for fiscal year 2022 — a $768 billion annual measure that has been passed on a bipartisan basis every year for 60 years.

That measure ran into trouble on Monday night when Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell blocked Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer’s attempt to close debate on the bill and move it closer to passage.

“This is more important than political timetables or partisan wish-lists,” McConnell said prior to the vote. “So if the Democratic leader insists on forcing a cloture vote later today, I’ll oppose cutting off these important debates prematurely when they have really just begun.”

McConnell said he was blocking the vote because GOP amendments, like sanctions over a Russian pipeline, had yet to be considered. His comments came after Schumer said during remarks that he hoped “Republican dysfunction will not be a roadblock to passing this bill and taking care of our troops and their families.”

If the NDAA doesn’t get passed soon, it will likely throw off Democrats’ plans to get measures like universal pre-K and robust climate policies to the American people before Christmas, and the idea is frustrating Democratic senators.

“You can never say there’s a bottom and they won’t go lower,” Virginia Sen. Tim Kaine told Politico on GOP strategy.

New Hampshire Sen. Jeanne Shaheen added that GOP efforts are “about a general effort to obstruct anything that’s going on, with the hope that will reflect poorly on Joe Biden.”

The GOP obstruction, as Shaheen referenced, might sound familiar — it’s something Democrats were struggling with just last month while attempting to keep the government funded. Congress came dangerously close to failing to suspend the debt ceiling and pushing the US into default as McConnell blocked Democrats’ attempts to raise the ceiling on their own. He stepped in at the last minute to ensure the country could pay its bills for an additional two months.

However, as Insider reported, while the GOP may be working to delay Democrats’ timetable to pass Biden’s Build Back Better Framework, McConnell appears to be more cooperative with Schumer on the debt ceiling this time around. McConnell told Punchbowl News on Tuesday he recently had discussions with Schumer on ways to keep the government funded, and they’re “still talking about.”

Now, Democrats need to work with Republicans to get defense spending finalized, and while GOP obstruction may be their biggest obstacle in adhering to their Christmas deadline, they still have a lot to resolve within their own party. West Virginia Sen. Joe Manchin has been clear he would like to see changes in Biden’s Build Back Better agenda, including cutting out paid leave, and he suggested to Politico that inflation, and the new Omicron variant, should give Congress “cause to pause” on the agenda.

He said: “I heard an awful lot over the Thanksgiving break that prices were high and people were very much upset about that and concerned about: Is inflation going to get worse?”

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