Seven year old stars in his own superhero movie

A seven-year-old boy who was diagnosed with a rare congenital heart defect at birth has been granted a wish to star in his own superhero movie.

Lewis Hussain, from Sandbach, Cheshire, was born with hypoplastic left heart syndrome and only has one functioning lung. Thanks to Make-A-Wish, Lewis created the characters and script for his film, Trouble In Sector 51, and travelled to London with his family for a day of filming, where he starred as Fast Heat.

Remembering VE Day for the 70th anniversary

Tomorrow marks the 70th anniversary of Victory in Europe Day which marks the formal acceptance by the Allies of World War II of Nazi Germany's unconditional surrender of its armed forces.

British men, women and children celebrating Victory in Europe Day in the street, 70 years ago

We're live in Hull this morning, which was the most severely damaged British city apart from London during the Second World War, with 95% of houses damaged.

The children of VE Day remember the street parties

VE Day and the arts - take a look at A Royal Night Out

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Celebrating the 70th anniversary of VE Day

It was no big deal!

– Sarah Gadon pokes fun at Richard's suggestion she felt pressure playing the young Queen

This week we are celebrating the 70th anniversary of V.E. Day and with that the release of a wonderful film A Royal Night Out about what the young Princesses got up to on the night itself.

Richard Arnold went to the Royal Hospital Chelsea, Home for Chelsea Pensioners, and caught up with actress Sarah Gadon who plays the young Queen Elizabeth and also 91-year-old Dorothy Hughes who was there on the big night.

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Archie can now walk thanks to ballet

Archie Aspin's parents were warned that Downs Syndrome would mean he could never keep up with his peers - but thanks to a ballet class the three year old now walks, hops and jumps.

These are all movements that doctors thought would be too much for him.

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David Cameron still insists he can win a majority

I think we're doing things the wrong way round. We should stick to the issues at this election and talk about the results afterwards

– David Cameron

Despite the polls suggesting otherwise, David Cameron still insists he can win a majority.

He joins us ahead of his final plea to undecided voters today to give him another five years as Prime Minister.

He reveals he has "not spent any time" discussing potential coalition deals in the event of a hung parliament.

'I've been totally focused on trying to win that majority. I think people want to see a strong and decisive government.'

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Top five headlines you're waking up to

  1. In just over 24 hours the polls will open in the closest election for more than a generation.

  2. A 14-a-day chewing gum habit could have led to a teenagers death.

  3. Ballet classes have helped transform the life of tThree year-old Down syndrome sufferer Archie.

  4. A charity single by Beverley Knight, Ronnie Wood and Mick Jagger is released today to raise funds for the victims of the Nepal earthquake.

  5. Former Benidorm star Nicholas Burns joins us to talk about his role in new polling station TV show The Vote.

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