'It's wonderful to see so much good being done'

I cannot imagine that feeling of helplessness because in the UK we do have options and we provide solutions.

– Myleene Klass

Charity workers from Save the Children are warning that almost 30 countries are at risk of an Ebola type epidemic because they have such weak healthcare systems. They say the rest of the world needs to wake up to the threat and help provide better protection for millions of children

In her video diary, made exclusively for the Good Morning Britain website, Myleene Klass shares her experiences of her recent trip to Nepal, which has a weaker health system than other ebola-ravaged countries in West Africa.

Myleene Klass speaks out on children's party etiquette

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Questionning continues over missing Becky Watts

Detectives searching for the missing Bristol teenager Becky Watts are continuing to question two people on suspicion of her murder. A twenty-eight-year-old man and a woman, 21, have been arrested on suspicion of murder.

Becky Watts has been missing for almost two weeks, she was last seen on February 19, and forensic teams are searching three houses. Becky left home with a phone, laptop and tablet and police have seized a black Vauxhall Zafira.

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Government launches sham marriage crackdown

The Government launches a crackdown on sham marriages today after estimates suggest up to 10,000 sham marriages take place every year.

From today all couples tying the knot will face tougher rules including having to give 28 days notice before getting married and automatic referrals to the Home Office if one or both parties could gain an immigration advantage from the marriage or civil partnership.

Jonathan Swain tells us more, and reveals exclusive footage of a raid at a registry office.

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'I don't think I'd be very good' at being Prime Minister

I don't think that's my role in life, I don't think I'd be very good at it either.

– Nigel Farage on whether he thinks he'd make a good Prime Minister

In the first in our series of interviews with party leaders in the run up to the 2015 general election we speak to Ukip leader Nigel Farage.

In a frank interview with Kate Garraway the party leader opens up about the failure of his first marriage as he confesses if he'd listened to his current wife more he'd have saved himself a "bit of heartache". Farage also admits his family probably wishes he never entered politics and that he doesn't think being Prime Minister is his role in life.

Speaking about the other party leaders he said if they were a flavour they'd be 'vanilla', when asked what flavour he would be he suggested, 'how about marmite... some people love it'.

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