Top five headlines you’re waking up to

  1. Security alert at Number 10. A prank caller pretending to be a top spy chief is put through to the Prime Minister.

  2. Financial fears grow in Europe as Greece votes for a far left government, sparking speculation about the future of the eurozone.

  3. An injection which can help people lose an extra stone in weight compared to dieting or exercising is given approval by health watchdogs. But should it be available for free on the NHS?

  4. The violent past of more than thirteen hundred people has been revealed by Clare's Law.

  5. Preparations are underway on the east coast of America for what's predicted to be one of the worst storms on record.

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I survived on a mountain eating insects

I looked forward to eating my bit of toothpaste each day

– David Mackie

A student has survived for eight nights on a mountain in Turkey by eating insects and sheltering in a cave.

David Mackie, 21, from Nottinghamshire, and his two Dutch friends went missing after bad weather and flooding in the Antalya area.

Mr Mackie, who is studying in Istanbul, was found on Monday and airlifted to hospital. He has no serious injuries.

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Prince Andrew denies sex allegations

I just wish to reiterate and to reaffirm the statements which have already been made on my behalf by Buckingham Palace.

– Prince Andrew

The Duke of York has spoken out publicly for the first time to deny allegations he had sex with an underage teenager.

Andrew, looking resolute and calm, said he wanted to "reiterate and reaffirm" Buckingham Palace statements dismissing accusations, made in US court documents, that he had sex with a woman on three separate occasions when she was a minor.

Lawyers acting for Virginia Roberts, a mother-of-three now in her 30s, have filed a letter in a Florida court addressed to the duke at Buckingham Palace, asking him to take part in a two-hour interview.

Speaking to leading figures from the worlds of politics and business at the World Economic Forum in the Swiss resort of Davos Andrew said: "Firstly I think I must, (and) want, for the record to refer to the events that have taken place in the last few weeks and I just wish to reiterate and to reaffirm the statements which have already been made on my behalf by Buckingham Palace."

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