IS video shows British boy blowing up alleged spies

A four-year-old British boy believed to have been taken to Syria by his mother has appeared in a second Islamic State video, this time apparently blowing up a car with three prisoners inside.

The child, dubbed the Jihadi Junior, is shown pressing a button on a remote detonator causing the vehicle containing three alleged spies to explode.

He's then pictured shouting ''God is great'' next to the burnt out wreckage.

Counter-extremism expert Haras Rafiq of the Quilliam Foundation told Good Morning Britain: ''It's important that we as parents and experts get hold of these children as quickly as possible to de-programme them because they're suffering. This is a form of abuse as far as I'm concerned.''

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Liam Neeson dating someone 'incredibly famous'

Liam Neeson has sent the Hollywood rumour mill into overdrive by revealing he is dating someone ''incredibly famous'', yet refused to name the new love.

The actor has kept his private life out of the spotlight since losing his wife Natasha Richardson in a tragic skiing accident in 2009, but the latest revelation has sparked intense speculation as to who his leading lady is?

Ross King will be telling us more.

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Top five headlines you're waking up to

  1. A four-year-old British boy has appeared in a shocking new propaganda video from Islamic State extremists purporting to show him detonating a car bomb and killing three prisoners who are alleged to be coalition spies.

  2. The Government appears to be edging closer to imposing a new contract on junior doctors in England after the British Medical Association rejected a final 'take it or leave it' offer, which included a concession on Saturday pay. The doctors' second 24-hour strike in the long-running dispute over pay and conditions ends today at 8am, and it is thought Ministers will move to impose a new contract within days.

  3. Scientists say they've made the most concrete link yet between the Zika virus and birth defects in babies. Four cases of the virus have been confirmed in Britain this year involving people who visited affected areas.

  4. Supermarket special offers are luring shoppers into spending an extra £1000 a year on their groceries. Research by the Money Advice Service also found many people struggle to work which are the cheapest deals. The regulator - the Competition and Markets Authority - is investigating the pricing and promotional practices used by supermarkets to encourage customers to spend more.

  5. BT is launching a new service this year to divert millions of nuisance calls to a junk voicemail box - before they can ring on customers' phones. The company hopes to identify and divert up to 25 million unwanted calls a week.

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Olympian James Cracknell has his say on sugar tax

As Cameron prepares to make a decision on sugar tax, Olympic gold medallist James Cracknell joins us to give his say on the debate as well as mum Samantha Stroud, who was left infuriated after school nurses branded her 'healthy' four-year-old daughter Honey-Rose overweight.

In a report authored by the rower for the Policy Exchange, James says that while a sugary drinks tax is not a magic bullet, it is on balance a sensible intervention to help prevent the rise in obesity, especially among children. He argues that any revenue raised through the new tax should be spent on preventing obesity rather than treatment.

He also said that letters sent to parents effectively fat shaming their children have a detrimental effect on that individual, contributing to other physical and mental health illnesses such as anorexia.

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Families of Birmingham bombing victims campaign for justice

Our campaign is a campaign that's done in sorrow and not in anger, for those who are not here to fight for justice themselves

– Julie Hambleton

A woman has told GMB of the moment she heard her sister had died in the IRA pub bombings of 1974 as an application to reopen the inquests into the attack will be heard today.

Julie Hambleton was just 11 when her 18-year-old sister Maxine (pictured) lost her life - and now she and her brother Brian lead the campaign group Justice4the21, which is seeking the truth behind who was responsible for the killings.

The murder of the 21 victims killed in explosions at The Tavern in The Town and The Mulberry Bush remains one of the biggest riddles in British criminal history. 200 were also seriously injured, some of whom lost limbs or were maimed for life.