'A healthy meal at lunchtime is essential for children'

The vast, vast, vast majority of schools are not only ready, are going to be providing those healthy, hot meals today - they're doing so enthusiastically

– Nick Clegg

Nearly two million children in England will receive free meals from today - Nick Clegg reveals why this new policy is so important to him, and responds to critics who believe the changes have been rolled out too quickly.

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Sleep apnoea: Ramm family's bedtime nightmare

Kylie and Michael Ramm haven't shared a bed for the past eight months. During the night, their daughter Phyllisity needs to be brought back to life at least once a week.

Phyllisity suffers from obstructive sleep apnoea, which causes throat to relax and narrow while she sleeps, blocking her airway and stopping her breathing. The couple have put a strict rota system in place so that one of them is awake around the clock to watch Phyllisity. The parents want a machine that would aid her breathing - but so far doctors haven't provided one.

We discover what life is really like for Kylie, Michael and Phyllisity, and ask whether medical breakthroughs could offer hope for the future.

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Thousands have signed Ashya petition

Just short of 76,000 have signed the petition, which is just phenomenal

– Friend of the King family

Five-year-old Ashya King is waking up this morning after spending a third night away from his parents in hospital in Spain.

Friends of the King family Sanjay Ganatra and Ethan Dallas join us from Southampton to tell us about the petition they'll be delivering to Downing Street today.

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FBI and Apple investigating massive photo hacking

The anonymous hacker has claimed to have "explicit" footage of Jennifer Lawrence.

Credit: PA

The FBI and Apple have announced they are both investigating the apparent hacking of iCloud which lead to a massive leak of personal photos of 101 female celebrities.

Stars like Jennifer Lawrence, Rihanna and Winona Ryder were named in a list posted on the 4Chan forum, claiming to link to compromising photos they had taken in private.

The FBI said it was "aware of the allegations concerning computer intrusions and the unlawful release of material involving high profile individuals, and is addressing the matter."