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In October 2014, Conti appeared on Channel 4's The Feeling Nuts Comedy Night raising awareness of testicular cancer.
In 2015, Nina appeared on BBC Four's Clowning Around, where she trained to be a giggle doctor and clown, and performed to children in hospitals.
In 2012, Conti appeared in Russell Howard's Good News with Granny.
She also used a mask on an audience member to persuade him to dance.
Paul Green, of the over-50 campaign group Saga, said: “This is a victory for common sense.
Saga voiced concerns on behalf of worried over 50s and we are glad the Government have listened, the Chancellor is right to act to ensure that families can be confident that they won’t be penalised for doing the right thing and looking after their parents at home.”Jeremy Leaf, a former RICS chairman and north London estate agent, added: “The Government were trying to defend the indefensible. Would it apply to separate businesses as well as granny annexes?
Conti has appeared in several television shows, including Black Books, Holby City, Single, and the Australian panel show Spicks and Specks.