The hunt for the executioner of James Foley

An international manhunt has been launched by both MI5 and the FBI to find the suspected British killer of James Foley.

It comes after the White House admitted that a secret U.S mission tried, but failed to free the journalist and other American hostages in Syria this summer.

UK Independence Party leader Nigel Farage has called for Britons who have travelled to Syria to fight for Islamic State (IS) militants to be stripped of their UK citizenship.

Record numbers set to appeal GCSE results

Up and down the country, thousands of teenagers will find out their GCSE results today.

Record numbers of appeals are expected this year amid a toughening up of the qualifications.

Katy Fawcett is live at a school in Manchester with nervous pupils.

Call the Exam Results Helpline for more help and advice - 0808 100 8000

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Calls for compulsory eye tests for motorists

Regular eye tests for drivers could cut the number of casualties on UK roads by almost 3,000.

Road safety charity Brake is calling on motorists to visit the opticians at least every two years.

Failing to make sure your vision meets legal standards for the road is an offence.

However motorists are usually only tested for this during their driving exam, where they have to be able to read a number plate 20 metres away.

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Higher uptake of apprenticeships expected

These days apprenticeships are seen by many as a preferable option to university, but just how useful are they in the real world? And do they give young people the skills they really need?

In response to that, the government's been working with employers on a new set of guidelines, to make sure that apprentices get the most out of their time with a company. We're joined by Business Secretary Vince Cable.

Martin Lewis' higher education finance guide

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Shoppers turn their backs on supermarkets

Most of us love a good bargain and when it comes to the weekly food shop, finding the best deal is often a priority for many. A OnePoll survey for Good Morning Britain found that nearly half of you say price - above quality, location or loyalty - determines where you shop.

And we want to know if you've changed your supermarket recently? And if so, was it down to costs or another reason?

Let us know by getting in touch via Twitter, Facebook, or by emailing gmb@itv.com by 8am on Wednesday 20 August and we may use your comments on the show. You must be 18 and over, terms at itv.com/terms.

Tensions in Missouri stoked by second shooting

Police stand at the ready before dispersing a crowd

Tensions in Ferguson in Missouri have been stoked by a second fatal shooting by police yesterday - this time of a man they claim was armed and attempting to rob a shop.

A grand jury in the state will consider today whether to press charges against a policeman accused of shooting dead the teenager Michael Brown.

Michael Brown's cousin says his death was a 'blatant assassination'

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