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GCSE results helpline

We speak to Annie Dobson from the Exam Results Hotline about practical tips for planning your next steps after GCSE results. Whether you're going to continue your studies or looking for advise on apprenticeships, the Exam Results Hotline will be able to help you find the right path.

The Exam Results Helpline is open from 8am - 8pm until 31st August and you can call them on: 0808 100 8000

For specific advice and guidance on apprenticeships you can also visit https://www.getingofar.gov.uk/

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Top five headlines you're waking up to

  1. Rescuers have worked through the night to try and free people from rubble in central Italy after an earthquake hit at 3.36am on Wednesday. People are still missing and more than 200 dead but the death toll is expected to rise. Witnesses described the scenes as 'apocalyptic' and it's believed that 2,500 people are expected to be homeless.

  2. Police are trying to identify the bodies of five men who died in the sea at Camber Sands, East Sussex yesterday, and a search is currently underway for another missing person. This is the second serious incident at Camber Sands in recent months and the
    Coastguard is warning holidaymakers to take extra care in sea.

  3. A group of MPs claims social media giants such as Google, Facebook and Twitter are failing to stop their sites being used to promote terrorism. The Commons Home Affairs Committee claims it has left some parts of the internet "ungoverned, unregulated and lawless". But the companies insist they take their responsibilities to tackle online extremism very seriously.

  4. One of the biggest police forces in the country has been accused of failing victims of crime. Greater Manchester Police is "inadequate" at recording offences according to Her Majesty's Inspectorate of Constabulary. It claims the force fails to record more than 38 thousand reported crimes ever year including violent offences.

  5. Hundreds of thousands of students receive their GCSE results today. GCSE pass-rates could be hit by students re-sitting English and maths for the first time. Girls are expected to maintain their dominance over boys.

Are you worried about your child's nursery school?

Last week nursery worker, Laura Houston was found guilty of assaulting three one-year-olds in her care.

Are you shocked by this case? We want to hear from you if you have experience of working in a nursery and have an opinion on this. Or perhaps you're a parent with a child attending nursery and have a story to tell.

Get in contact with us at gmbspecials@itv.com with your contact details and 'NURSERY' in the subject line.

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Meet the Great British bakers

It's that time of year where phrases like 'soggy bottom' and 'slack custard' become part of our every day vocabulary. That's right, make way for the return of The Great British Bake Off. With Mary Berry and Paul Hollywood driving the good ship Bake Off, the duo have created 30 new baking challenges guaranteed to make the amateur bakers sweat.

So who are the 12 bakers looking to take the title at this year's Bake Off.

Did Virgin trains breach Jeremy Corbyn’s privacy?

On the day that Jeremy Corbyn and his rival Owen Smith make major speeches, the story of Corbyn sitting on the floor of a Virgin Train continues to dominate headlines.

Last week Jeremy Corbyn was filmed sitting on a train floor but Virgin Trains have now released footage that shows Corbyn passing empty seats. Passengers from the train, meanwhile, suggest that the train was full on departure when Corbyn shot the video, and it was only later when the train emptied that he was able to sit down.

His campaign team are now asking whether Virgin Trains breached data protection.

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