Looking ahead to Princess Charlotte's christening

We look ahead to Sunday's royal christening for two month old tot Princess Charlotte.

The Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby will carry out proceedings at the historic St Mary Magdalene Church in Sandringham.

Internationally acclaimed photographer Mario Testino will take the official photographs of the christening party following Princess Charlotte's baptism.

Nick Dixon reports from Sandringham while The Daily Mirror's royal expert Victoria Murphy discusses who she thinks might be godparents.

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A minute's silence for victims of Tunisia

A national minute's silence will be held today to remember the victims of the Tunisian beach attack.

A week ago gunman Seifeddine Rezgui shot 38 people dead in Sousse, including 30 Brits.

Dozens more were injured.

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British nurse honoured for Ebola patient work

I was shocked, surprised and a little bit embarrassed. Many of the people who worked with me faced far more dangerous circumstances. For me, the biggest pressure was psychological stress of the situation.

– Alison McCourt

A British Army nurse who ran an Ebola clinic in Sierra Leone has been awarded an OBE for her contribution fighting the deadly disease.

Alison McCourt and her team risked their lives to treat highly infectious patients.

She said: 'I'm delighted for my whole team. I couldn't have wished for better colleagues to work with. When a commanding officer gets an award, it's not just for them as an individual. We couldn't have achieved what we did without every single one of them.'

Lt Col McCourt joined us today to tell her story.

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Top five headlines you're waking up to

  1. The Queen will lead the nation in a minute's silence at midday today to remember the victims of the Tunisian beach attack

  2. Five-year-old cancer patient Ashya King has returned to the UK - nearly a year after his parents fled the country looking for lifesaving treatment abroad

  3. A British Army nurse who ran an Ebola clinic in Sierra Leone has been awarded an OBE for her contribution fighting the deadly disease

  4. We look ahead to Princess Charlotte's christening this weekend - who will be the godparents?

  5. Emmerdale star Gaynor Faye joins us today after fans saw her character Megan Macey plotting revenge last night after discovering her partner's affair

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The dream is over for England Women's World Cup

The dream is over for England and the Women's World Cup as overnight the Lionesses took on reigning champions Japan and lost 2-1.

It was a crushing moment with Laura Bassett scoring an own goal in injury time, putting Japan in the final.

Home Secretary to hold urgent talks in Paris

Urgent talks to tackle the growing problem of illegal immigrants trying to enter Britain through Calais will be held today in Paris between the Home Secretary, Theresa May, and her French counterpart.

A released Government statement says: "The criminal gangs who try to cheat their way around our immigration laws will not escape justice. Since 2010, we have done more than any government before to clamp down on those seeking to abuse the UK's immigration system."

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MPs urged to step up action against IS

MPs are being urged to consider supporting British air strikes against Islamic State targets in Syria.

The Defence Secretary Michael Fallon is expected to tell the Commons that it's 'illogical' to attack IS extremists in Iraq, but not over the border in Syria.

The terrorists group is present in both countries and the militants now control major towns and cities in northern Iraq and also neighbouring Syria. They also have influence over large sections of land.

Colonel Bob Stewart MP, former British Commander in Bosnia, joins us to discuss the air strikes debate.

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