Parents of Aysha King give first network TV interview

Until things are established, exactly what's going to happen to Ashya, we feel too scared to return with Ashya

– Ashya's dad Brett speaks out

The parents of Ashya King, who triggered an international police hunt when they removed their five-year-old son from Southampton hospital to seek treatment in Europe, join us today for their first ever network TV interview.

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Are you ready to go sugar free?

Fancy going sugar free with trainer Jessie Pavelka?

At the start of a new year millions of people around the country promise to live better. #SugarFreeGMB aims to encourage the country to give up sugar to get healthy, lose weight and feel great.

We are looking for three viewers to take up the sugar free GMB challenge and go to Los Angeles with Dr Hilary and Jessie Pavelka this December. The three successful applicants will go out to LA with our own Doctor Hilary to meet the world's leading experts in going sugar free. They will be set up with training programs created by The Biggest Loser trainer Jessie Pavelka and the challenge of a 30-day sugar free diet plan.

So if you're up for a challenge and want to make some BIG changes in the Californian sunshine, we want to hear from you!

'If you vote Ukip, you get Ukip'

I don't expect defections today or tomorrow, but over the next few weeks people will suck their teeth and think very hard about it

– Nigel Farage

Nigel Farage says it's completely impossible to predict the outcome of next year's General Election after Mark Reckless wins the Rochester and Strood by-election, which he triggered by defecting to Ukip from the Conservatives.

The Ukip leader wouldn't be drawn on whether or not he was in discussion with other politicians tempted to defect to his party, but revealed "I would be very surprised if more people didn't join us between now and the next election".

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House prices increase by more than 5%

It's not just London and the South East enjoying house price rises - a new survey by property analyst Hometrack shows homes in all of England's 20 largest cities have seen their values increase at least 5% over the last year.

London still leads the way with a 17.3% increase, while Glasgow and Liverpool rose 5.3%.

We're joined by property expert Louisa Fletcher, to find out whether the price rises will continue.

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Reckless wins Rochester and Strood for Ukip

Mark Reckless has won the Rochester and Strood by-election, which he triggered by defecting to Ukip from the Conservatives.

In his victory speech to his constituents, Mark Reckless said, "You’re my boss. I stepped down to ask your permission to join Ukip." and that it was now Ukip who represented "the concerns of working men and women".

Breakdown of votes in Rochester and Strood:

  • Green party 1,692
  • Lib Dem 349
  • Labour 6,713
  • Ukip 16,867
  • Conservative 13,947