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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The world welcomes Princess Charlotte

It's predicted that by the time she is seven, Princess Charlotte will have raised £1 billion for the economy.

Memorabilia to celebrate Charlotte's birth is being hurriedly designed and produced and will soon be flying off the shelves...

After her parents announced her full name yesterday - Charlotte Elizabeth Diana - we take a look at what it all really means, and meet a royal fan called Charlotte Elizabeth who is over the moon about the Duke and Duchess's choice!

Plus, we got some children to tell us how they think the Princess of Cambridge's life will play out. Once upon a time...

Nick Clegg to kick off last minute tour

We learned the hard away about some of the compromises you have to make in coalition government

– Nick Clegg

Nick Clegg kicks off a 48-hour whirlwind tour of the country today as he tries to secure last minute votes ahead of Thursday's general election.

While the polls are not looking good for the Liberal Democrats, the party is still expected to be a major player in any coalition negotiations, in the event of a hung Parliament.

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Top five headlines you're waking up to

  1. It's predicted that by the time she is seven, Princess Charlotte will have raised £1 billion for the economy

  2. Women in the UK are more than twice as likely to die in pregnancy and childbirth as those in Poland, Austria or Belarus, according to a charity

  3. A new screening test that tracks changing levels of a protein in the blood can detect twice as many ovarian cancers as conventional methods, research has shown

  4. The Royal Navy's flagship is ready to join efforts to ease the migrant crisis in the Mediterranean after it was held back amid "discussions" with EU partners

  5. US police are searching the home of suspected gunmen who attacked a conference on cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad in Dallas, officials say

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