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The One Show shares sweet tribute to Deborah James following tragic death

The One Show made a heartwarming gesture towards Dame Deborah James after her recent passing due to a long battle with bowel cancer.The former journalist died on Tuesday (28 June) and tributes for her have been pouring in ever since.Deborah's famous friends and fans have flooded social media with messages of love and comments of condolence after her death, which has clearly shaken the nation.During The One Show, presented by Alex Jones and Jermaine Jenas, the presenters included a short segment at the end which was dedicated to bowel cancer activist.Alex read out a passage that said: "Before we go, we would like to echo everybody's thoughts and say how sorry we were to hear the news that Dame Deborah James has died.

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