Top five headlines you’re waking up to

  1. A judge at the High Court will consider new medical evidence today for the case of Charlie Gard. The judge will hear from the American doctor who Charlie's parents believe can offer the US treatment.

  2. Another hospital trust is to issue its staff with tough parking penalties. Staff at Nottingham's two main hospitals say there's not enough parking spaces for staff and visitors and will be fined £50 if they park in the wrong place.

  3. Today marks the 26th anniversary since Ben Needham disappeared on the Greek island of Kos. Last year investigators recovered Ben's toy and a piece of his leather sandal. Now new evidence has emerged finding traces of "human decomposition" on both items.

  4. Prince William revealed he talks about his mother constantly to his children. Diana would have been 56 this summer if she wasn't killed in a car crash in Paris. In the released clips from the ITV documentary Diana, Our Mother: Her Life and Legacy Prince William talks about what "Granny Diana" would have been like.

  5. A 20-year-old man has been named as Rashan Jermaine Charles, who died after being stopped by a police officer in an east London shop. He took ill after trying to swallow an object and was pronounced dead in hospital.

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  1. Police have found “no trace” of missing Corrie McKeague following extensive searches at the landfill site. The 23-year-old RAF man hasn’t been seen since his night out in Bury St Edmunds in September. In a press conference this afternoon the police detective said: “Having been through all of the possibilities in detail, there is nothing to support any theory other than that Corrie was in the bin.”

  2. The police shut down a five-year-old’s lemonade stand and issued a £150 on-the-spot fine. The young girl was selling lemonade for 50p on her road, not too far away from the Lovebox Festival, and was left in tears after she was fined. Since the incident the Tower Hamlets Council has cancelled the fine and apologised to the family.

  3. It looks like Justin Bieber can cross China off his tour calendar after it’s been revealed that the singer has been banned over his ‘bad behaviour’ and his previous appearances in China. The Chinese ministry said: “Justin Bieber is a gifted singer, but he is also a controversial young foreign singer.We hope that as Justin Bieber matures, he can continue to improve his own words and actions, and truly become a singer beloved by the public.”

  4. Are you one of the lucky ones jetting off for the summer today? Well, the answer's 'probably not' because you’re reading this article. According to the National Air Traffic Service company, today is set to be the busiest ever day in the air where a record 8800 planes are set to swarm the British skies over the next 12 hours.

  5. It seems like even the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge suffer from Game of Thrones (GOT) fever. The royal pair tried to snatch some spoilers from two of the show's actors while travelling aboard. During William and Kate’s visit to Germany, they met the GOT actors, Tom Wlaschiha and Jaqen H'ghar, and asked them to reveal the show's secrets! Thankfully the actors didn’t succumb to the royal pressure and remained tight-lipped.

Quadruple amputee Corinne Hutton on training for her first triathlon

I knew I had a second chance at life. I knew I wasn't supposed to survive. A lot of what I do now is because it makes me feel alive

– The hugely inspirational Corinne Hutton

In 2013, Corinne Hutton's life changed dramatically within days when she lost her hands and feet after a devastating illness.

Four years on, she has had to learn a new way of living and in doing so has inspired countless others.

She joined us this morning on the eve of her first triathlon, alongside World Para Athletics champion, Jonnie Peacock.

Watch the full interview above.

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O.J. Simpson's parole hearing provokes THIS fiery debate

He's been such a positive inmate and everyone wanted him to go home - it was a great moment

– O.J. Simpson's lifelong friend Tom Scotto

In just over two months' time, former NFL player O.J. Simpson will be a free man after being granted parole.

He's served nine years of a 33 year sentence for a botched Las Vegas hotel room robbery.

We spoke to his lifelong friend, Tom Scotto, and civil rights lawyer Gloria Allred - two people with fiercely different views on the matter.

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Holidaymaker caught up in Kos earthquake describes the horror

Two people have died and more than 120 have been injured after a strong earthquake in the Aegean Sea rocked Turkey and the Greek island of Kos.

More than 20 aftershocks have been recorded since the 6.7 magnitude quake struck.

On today's show we spoke to Natalie McKay, who is in Kos with her family on holiday, and said the whole experience had been 'terrifying'.

Plus, Dr Matthew Blackett who is a Senior Lecturer in Natural Hazards at Coventry University, and has advised people NOT to travel to the area.

Top five headlines you're waking up to

Many buildings suffered huge damage on Kos

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  1. At least two people have died and more than 120 have been injured after a strong earthquake rocked Turkey and the Greek island of Kos. The 6.7 magnitude quake struck in the early hours of Friday morning six miles south of the Turkish city of Bodrum.

  2. O.J. Simpson will be released on parole after nine years behind bars. A parole board in Nevada, USA, decided that the 70-year-old former football, TV and movie star can be released in October.

  3. The UK and Brussels have "fundamental" disagreements over citizens' rights, the EU's chief Brexit negotiator has said. Michel Barnier also insisted there must be "clarification" on Britain's position on a number of issues. It follows the second set of four-day talks with Brexit Secretary David Davis on Britain's withdrawal from the European Union.

  4. Linkin Park singer Chester Bennington has died aged 41. There were reports in the US that the star had killed himself at his home and was found dead on Thursday morning.

  5. The son of Cecil the lion, whose 2015 killing prompted an international outcry, has also been fatally shot during a hunt, according to conservationists in Zimbabwe. Six-year-old Xanda, Cecil's son, was shot on a "legal trophy hunt" several days ago, a group named Friends of Hwange Trust said on Facebook.

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  1. Sir Vince Cable, 74, has been named the new leader of the Liberal Democrat party, elected unopposed to replace Tim Farron.

  2. Meanwhile, the second round of Brexit talks has ended with "fundamental" disagreements remaining between Britain and the European Union on citizens' rights and a stand-off over the so-called "divorce bill" - the amount the UK will have to pay to leave the EU. Brexit Secretary David Davis has urged Brussels to show "flexibility".

  3. The crime rate across England and Wales has risen overall by 10% on last year - the largest annual rise in crime recorded by police in a decade.

  4. Former American Football star OJ Simpson will this evening plead for release from the Nevada prison where he has spent more than eight years for armed robbery and assault with a weapon. A parole board will decide if the 70 year old, who was acquitted of murder in the 1995 'trial of the century', will walk free in October after serving nine years of a maximum 33-year sentence.

  5. Airports across the UK are bracing for their busiest day of the summer tomorrow with tens of thousands of passengers expected to fly in and out.

Grenfell Tower: Deputy council leader accepts responsibility

As a member of the committee I accept responsibility

– Deputy Leader of the Kensington and Chelsea council, Kim Taylor-Smith

At last night's Grenfell meeting the local residents called for the resignation of the entire Kensington and Chelsea council after their poor response to the Grenfell fire disaster.

At the meeting the residents expressed their ongoing frustrations at the council's lack of support and hundreds to protestors gathered outside to support them.

This morning we were joined by the newly-appointed Deputy Leader of the Kensington and Chelsea council, Kim Taylor-Smith, who was previously a member of the housing and property scrutiny committee which was responsible for overseeing community safety issues.

Watch the full interview above.

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