Can you give Olaf a good home?

Today we meet the first of our dogs looking for a new home. There are eight million dogs in the UK and The Dogs Trust is expecting 100 puppies to be dumped over the festive season. Over the last 12 months, The Dogs Trust has cared for nearly 17,000 dogs, and this Christmas, they will be looking after 1600 dogs across its network of 20 rehoming centres.

Today we meet Olaf, a Bichon Frise in need of a good home.

Want to give a dog a home? Call 01268 535 049 or visit the Dog's Trust website

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Missing flight believed to have crashed into sea

A British national and his two-year-old daughter were on board the missing AirAsia flight QZ8501 which is now believed to have crashed into the sea, the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) has confirmed.

The plane, an Airbus A320-200, disappeared at 6.20am local time, midway into the flight of more than two hours. Indonesia's National Search and Rescue Agency chief said it likely crashed as the search resumed for the aircraft. No distress call was issued before the plane went missing.

The airline had originally released a statement listing the nationalities of passengers and crew as Indonesian, South Korean, Singaporean, Malaysian and French.

We speak to former pilot and member of UK flight safety committee Dai Whittingham.

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Briton Chi Man Choi is believed to have been on the flight

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Top five headlines you're waking up to

Families have spent two nights stranded in the French Alps due to weather conditions

  1. A British father and his two-year-old daughter are among the 162 onboard the Asia Airlines aeroplane that's gone missing after taking off from Indonesia

  2. A number of Britons have been rescued from a burning ferry near Greece but more than 250 people are still trapped

  3. Dozens of British families have spent a second night stranded in the French Alps after heavy snow brought traffic to a standstill

  4. New guidelines on domestic abuse are being launched today - making it a criminal offence to use social media to control or coerce victims

  5. The cost of childcare for a family with two children has risen to £12,000 a year on average, leaving some families with as little as £100 to spend a month after bills

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The Christmas Jumpers perform

If you've ever been embarrassed by your dad's antics on Christmas day then perhaps you should show him this. The Christmas Jumpers, five dads, have become a viral sensation after their dub step routine to the Sugar Plum Fairy shocks the internet.

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Ben gets a lift out of the studio!

Christmas dancing dads