As a sunrise to sunset vigil at The Cenotaph war memorial marks the beginning of this year's Poppy Appeal, we speak to Sapper Clive Smith from Stafford.
A double-amputee who was injured in Afghanistan in 2010, Clive explains how the Royal British Legion has helped him during his rehabilitation.
Today sees the launch of 2014's Poppy Appeal, fronted by Joss Stone.
Cordelia Kretzschmar is at the Cenotaph in London to meet the singer, who reveals that although she didn't learn a lot about the First and Second World Wars at school, she has since discovered a lot when making this year's Poppy Appeal single.
After Canada is hit by a second terror attack in a week, senior correspondent Jonathan Swain looks at how the country may respond.
The new 12th edition of The Collins English Dictionary is out on today, and with 50,000 new words, and a total of 722,000 words, meanings and phrases, it is the largest single-volume English Dictionary in print.
But how well do you know the modern English language? Put your skills to the test in our quiz!
Good Morning Britain's Sean Fletcher is off to Orlando in November and 100 viewers will be joining him.
We had more than 28,000 entries to our Breakfast in America competition, and this week he's surprising some of the the 50 winners, including Harry Potter fan Lucy in South Gloucestershire!
Tesco is expected to report a massive drop in profits when results are released at 7am on Thursday - down almost half on this time last year.
The focus of the half yearly results are expected to be on the initial findings of an investigation into the £250 million black hole discovered in its finances. Tesco sales are falling at his fasted rate in the grocery industry as the supermarket price war takes it toll.
Experts think it'll take £3 billion to put the company right, and to do that they'll have to slash prices by around six per cent.
The 12th edition of The Collins English Dictionary includes 50,000 new words
The "thoughts and prayers" of Canada are with the family and friends of two soldiers killed in attacks this week, the country's Prime Minister said.
Cpl Nathan Cirillo was shot and killed while guarding Canada's National War Memorial by a gunman who went on to the fire shots in Parliament.
The 24-year-old reservist was serving in the Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders of Canada regiment.
On Monday, two Canadian soldiers were run over as part of a terrorist attack by a man police were tracking because he had been radicalised. One of the soldiers later died of his injuries.
In an address to the nation, Prime Minister Stephen Harper said Canada "would not be intimidated" and repeated his support for America's broad coalition against Islamic State.
Let there be no misunderstanding. We will not be intimidated. Canada will never be intimidated.
In fact this will lead us to strengthen our resolve and redouble our efforts - and those of our national security agencies - to take all necessary steps to identify and counter threats and keep Canada safe here at home.