Top five headlines you’re waking up to

Police at the home of Alps crash co-pilot

  1. German police make a significant discovery at the home of the pilot who deliberately crashed his aircraft into the French Alps killing everyone on board.

  2. They battled it out to convince you they should have the keys to number 10. But who came out on top in the first of the TV election showdowns - Cameron or Miliband?

  3. Arrested for leaving their children home alone. We reveal the shocking number of parents abandoning their youngsters.

  4. Heading in a new direction - could One Direction's Zayn be about to launch a solo career?

  5. Saying goodbye to Downton Abbey but what can we expect from the last ever series? We chat to Hugh Bonneville.

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At what age is it okay to leave a child home alone?

It's been revealed that a parent is arrested every day on suspicion of leaving one or more of their children at home alone.

At least 105 mothers and fathers faced criminal investigations for leaving their offspring unsupervised in the final three months of last year, research by the Press Association has revealed. Cases involved children aged from just a few weeks to 14 years old.

At what age do you think it's okay to leave a child at home without adult supervision?

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Steve Pemberton's surreal comedy

I'm confident that we will do something.

– Steve Pemberton on a League of Gentleman reunion

Benidorm and The League of Gentleman star Steve Pemberton joins us to chat about writing and starring in tonight's RTS award winning dark and surreal comedy, Inside No 9.

He also chats about starring in the ITV show Benidorm, which has featured guest stars including Joan Collins, Sherrie Hewson, Una Stubbs and Tim Healy, "we're waiting for the Las Vegas special" he said.

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Did Jilted John find love on his honeymoon?

We got on great, we really did, we got on well!

– John Whitbread on his holiday companion

A man who sold raffle tickets for his ex fiancée's honeymoon place after she dumped him says he had an "amazing holiday" with another woman.

John Whitbread jetted out to the Dominican Republic with Kelly Wood after she was the lucky winner in the Jilted John holiday raffle. John said on his return everyone asked if they had become a couple - so did they?

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How can you prevent a fear of flying?

We get into our cars which are 36 times more dangerous.

– Patricia Furness-Smith on dealing with a fear of flying

Millions of people will be boarding planes this weekend as the Easter holidays begin, but many will be understandably nervous after this week's tragic events. Around a third of people have some kind of fear of flying, ranging from mild discomfort to paralysing anxiety.

A fear of flying can have drastic effects on people's lives, we spoke to Patricia Furness-Smith, a former flight attendant who now runs courses for people with a fear of flying. She said: "I have so much sorrow and sympathy for the families," she added, "we get into our cars which are 36 times more dangerous".

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Remains of Richard III are finally reburied

It's an historic day in Leicester, as the 500 year-old remains of Richard III are finally reburied, after they were discovered in a car park in 2012.

A ceremony will take place at the city's cathedral later today.

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