Cancer-stricken Deborah James’ charity fundraiser surpasses £5MILLION in just FOUR days

Cancer-stricken Dame Deborah James has now raised more than £5million for charity since revealing on Monday that she was receiving end-of-life care.

It comes just hours after the 40-year-old BBC podcaster was made a dame by the Queen for her commitment to raising awareness and funds for bowel cancer. 

The monarch led praise for the tragic mother-of-two, saying she was ‘pleased’ to approve the damehood, while the Prime Minister said ‘if ever an honour was richly deserved, this is it’.

The former headteacher was diagnosed with bowel cancer in 2016 and has kept her more than 500,000 Instagram followers up to date with her treatments. 

She has now raised more than £5.1 million with her Bowelbabe Fund for Cancer Research UK – averaging more than £1.2m per day this week.

On Thursday night, Number 10 confirmed that James is to be made a dame, saying: ‘The Queen has been pleased to approve that the honour of damehood be conferred upon Deborah James.’

Prime Minister Boris Johnson…

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