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Shaun Wright has resigned from the Labour party but refused to step down from his role as South Yorkshire Police and Crime Commissioner after a damning report exposed decades of child abuse in Rotherham
Just over half of England's parents are unaware of the sweeping changes to their child's education planned for the new school year, an exclusive poll for Good Morning Britain found
The parents of bullied schoolboy Dylan Stewart talk on TV for the first time about why they published pictures of their son on his deathbed
Roy Hodgson is expected to name the new England captain today
Embattled Shaun Wright has resigned from the Labour party but refused to step down from his role as South Yorkshire Police and Crime Commissioner after a damning report exposed decades of child abuse in Rotherham.
Wright, who was Rotherham's head of children services between 2005-10, apologised for what had happened but maintained he had no plans to step down.
The heads of child protection, social services and the police have all been heavily criticised after it emerged at least 1,400 children were sexually exploited by gangs of men between 1997 and 2013.
With pupils returning to school next week, teachers are preparing for changes in the curriculum, but what can we expect?
Here's a break down of the key changes...
A ring of steel has encircled parts of Newport ahead of next week's Nato summit, it has emerged.
The wall is part of the tightened security put in place ahead of the Nato summit on September 4 and 5.
Some locals seem a bit bemused by the heightened security as it disrupts their daily routine.
More than 150 heads of state and ministers will attend the conference, along with 10,000 support staff and 2,000 journalists.
If we fail next year the party will pick someone better than me but do you know what? It ain't gonna happen we are gonna win seats.
UKIP came one step closer to a Westminster seat last night as party members voted for Nigel Farage to stand as their candidate for South Thanet in Kent.
The party leader was quick to announce that he would stand down if his party failed to win a seat at next year's general election. Speaking on Good Morning Britain he said "ten years is a very long time in politics and ten years ago people did not see the UKIP message as relevant".
In a rare interview on American television, Prince Andrew has opened-up about his amicable - and often misunderstood - relationship with ex-wife Sarah Ferguson.
He also told CNBC that his time as a Navy pilot made him understand the "frailty of life".