We meet the endangered animals in Britain

Their distinctive rhino horns are worth some £60,000 a kilo on the black market in Asia which is why they are so threatened.

– Helen Pearson on the Black Rhinos

After the brutal killing of world famous Cecil the lion, we take a look at the beautiful, endangered animals that we have here in Britain.

Helen Pearson is live at Chester Zoo - one of the major conservation centres in the UK - to meet some gorgeous Black Rhinos.

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Plane debris 'very likely' to be from Boeing 777

We can try and piece together the puzzle and hopefully find where the black box is.

– Oceanographer Dr Erik Van Sebille

Malaysian investigators are expected on the Indian Ocean island of Reunion today to investigate the debris that was found there this week.

The two metre object - thought to be from a plane's wing - will then be transported to France to find out whether it is from the missing flight MH370, which vanished while travelling between Kuala Lumpur and Beijing last year.

Initial reports suggest the debris is 'very likely' to be from a Boeing 777.

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Almost killed by a cupcake

I was severely shaken and my confidence was knocked. I didn't eat out again for ages. You have to go to places you know you're safe and I now triple check everything.

– Siobhan Gosrani

Siobhan Gosrani joins us today along with her lawyer Tracey Benson, from the firm Slater and Gordon, to talk about the severity of a nut allergy reaction she suffered after eating a cupcake with cream made from cashew nuts.

The lemon treat was presented in her local cafe along with other varieties of cupcakes that were labelled specifically as containing walnuts.

Siobhan says she thought she was safe as there was no warning like on the other cakes but the cafe says she should have declared her allergy beforehand.

Exclusive footage of migrants escaping lorry

The immigrants put bollards across the road and one was standing there with a machete.

– Dave Needham, lorry driver

GMB has obtained exclusive CCTV footage showing three migrants cutting free from a lorry in the West Midlands - over 250 miles away from the French border.

The chaos in Calais is leaving many lorry drivers fearing for their lives as migrants use new tactics such as makeshift bollards to slow the traffic down.

Increased police presence in Calais has helped the situation but the Prime Minister David Cameron will today chair an emergency Cobra meeting after jetting back from his tour of South East Asia.

Lorry drivers have been threatened with knives and baseball bats.

– John Howells, Road Haulage Association

Talk of the toon!

The voice has enabled Lewis to shine a bit more than he has before. But he didn't need to shine much more he's always had a really good sense of humour!

– Lewis' mum Wendy Fisher

A teenager with cerebral palsy has loaded his voice synthesiser with a Geordie accent because he says it's the way to win women!

Viewers can see plucky Lewis Fisher, 19, in new BBC3 show The Unbreakables which airs tonight.

Lewis' cerebral palsy means he has to communicate with an electronic voice via an eye-controlled communicator (similar to the one used by Stephen Hawking).

Farage calls on army to get involved in Calais

We need to send a message to those people in Calais to say we will not be accepting illegal immigrants into Britain. The only way we can do that is to enforce the borders so we should use whatever resources we’ve got to stop this from happening.

– Nigel Farage

There was a third night of chaos last night as more migrants tried to storm the Channel Tunnel in Calais.

Some 2,000 attempts were made to get to the tunnel on Monday and 1,500 more on Tuesday night, Eurotunnel said.

And despite the risks, hundreds of migrants - some looking as young as 13 or 14 - gathered along the fence to the freight terminal in Coquelles again overnight on Wednesday.

Nigel Farage says the border force "doubled or tripled in size" but as an emergency the British Army should be sent in to deal with the situation.

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Former hunter speaks out on Cecil's sad death

There is no nice way to hunt. Socio-economics says you can't rule out hunting, you have to have hunting to control diseases and population.

– Garth Hovell

As the world remains up in arms over the death of Cecil the lion, Good Morning Britain speaks to former Zimbabwean game guide and former hunter Garth Hovell on why he believes ethical hunting is a good thing.

The American dentist who shot Cecil has gone into hiding after receiving death threats.

Almost half a million people have signed a petition calling on Zimbabwe's government to stop issuing hunting permits for endangered animals.

And while he believes Cecil's death is tragic, Garth believes there are some cases where hunting is necessary.

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Garth Hovell speaks to Ben and Kate