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Samantha Markle denies 'cashing in' on her royal connections

She's the controversial face of the royal family - and she isn't afraid to admit it. Samantha Markle, the half-sister of the Duchess of Sussex, has blasted her relative this morning for not speaking to her father since her wedding to Prince Harry in May of this year.

Speaking exclusively to Good Morning Britain, the 53 year old told Charlotte Hawkins and Kate Garraway that she thinks Meghan has caused "a rift" in the family and needs to speak to her father who is reportedly in poor health.

Family Feud: Samantha Markle hits out at half-sister Meghan

Multiple people injured in shooting in Canada's largest city

Police in Toronto say one person has been killed and thirteen others have been hurt following gunfire in the Danforth area of the city.

A girl, believed to be aged between eight or nine, has been rushed to hospital in a "critical condition", local police have confirmed.

One woman has been confirmed dead following the incident.

Eyewitness reports seeing shooting

Police confirmed in a press conference that they are "keeping options open" in regards to motivation, including investigating the possibility of terrorism.

Jeremy Cohn, a reporter for local network Global News Toronto, tweeted pictures from the scene.

'Frantic Friday': Travel chaos expected across the UK

Record numbers of travellers are set to begin their summer getaway today, in what is being been billed as ‘Frantic Friday’.

Motoring organisations are warning drivers to travel off-peak to avoid congestion in the hot weather, which is expected to reach highs of 30 degrees.

Meanwhile, Gatwick Airport is expecting its busiest summer in its history!

Get the latest from Good Morning Britain reporter Nick Dixon.

10-year-old girl trolled on social media bravely stands up to bullies

A young girl has been left devastated by bullies after they launched a cruel campaign against her on social media.

10-year-old Mia-Lili Bennett from Norwich, Norfolk was subjected to a cruel poll on Instagram asking if she was 'ugly or not'. Going against her mum’s advice that she would have to wait until she was old enough to be on Instagram, Mia-Lili set up her own profile at the beginning of June, but confessed to her mum a couple of hours later.

1/3 of bosses admit to not hiring women in case they 'start a family soon'

Almost one in three bosses have admitted that they would break the law by rejecting a woman from a job if they suspected she 'might start a family soon'.

A further 37 per cent said that, if the law allowed, they would advertise positions targeted only at men to avoid having to shell out for women's maternity leave.

The research found that more than a third of senior decision makers said they would rather hire a man to get around the issue of offering maternity leave.