Eighteen-year-old Ahmed Hassan has been found guilty of attempted murder over the Parsons Green Tube bombing which injured around 30 people.
The Iraqi-born teenager set off the homemade device on a crowded rush-hour train on 15 September last year.
A fireball swept through the carriage, burning passengers’ skin, hair and clothing when the device, concealed in a supermarket carrier bag, detonated.
Hassan was living with foster parents at a home in Sunbury, near Heathrow Airport, at the time of the bombing. He was studying media at college and had ambitions to become a wildlife photographer, following in the footsteps of renowned naturalist David Attenborough.
During the trial, he told the court that he did not intend to cause an explosion - he only wanted to spark a fire. But the prosecution argued that it was a "matter of luck" that a larger explosion had not occurred.
Magazine editor Natasha Pearlman has made a surprising confession - "being with my daughter every day doesn't bring me, or her, the happiness and fulfilment I had hoped for."
While she loves her daughter "completely", she has discovered that spending time at home with her is not what she wants, and although she's now freelance she is paying for full-time childcare.
But should she be making more of this opportunity that many working women would love to have?
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Watch the full interview above.
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Tributes and personal accounts are pouring in for Professor Stephen Hawking, who died peacefully at his home this morning, including from our Piers Morgan who met the physicist last year.
Here are some clips of when Piers met the British icon, who was not only blessed with a beautiful mind but a wonderful sense of humour too.
Celebrated British physicist Professor Stephen Hawking has died at the age of 76, a family spokesman said.
He died peacefully at his home in Cambridge in the early hours of Wednesday morning.
In a statement, his children Lucy, Robert and Tim said: "We are deeply saddened that our beloved father passed away today.
"He was a great scientist and an extraordinary man whose work and legacy will live on for many years.
"His courage and persistence with his brilliance and humour inspired people across the world.
"He once said, 'It would not be much of a universe if it wasn't home to the people you love.' We will miss him forever."
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