Thousands have signed Ashya petition

Just short of 76,000 have signed the petition, which is just phenomenal

– Friend of the King family

Five-year-old Ashya King is waking up this morning after spending a third night away from his parents in hospital in Spain.

Friends of the King family Sanjay Ganatra and Ethan Dallas join us from Southampton to tell us about the petition they'll be delivering to Downing Street today.

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FBI and Apple investigating massive photo hacking

The anonymous hacker has claimed to have "explicit" footage of Jennifer Lawrence.

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The FBI and Apple have announced they are both investigating the apparent hacking of iCloud which lead to a massive leak of personal photos of 101 female celebrities.

Stars like Jennifer Lawrence, Rihanna and Winona Ryder were named in a list posted on the 4Chan forum, claiming to link to compromising photos they had taken in private.

The FBI said it was "aware of the allegations concerning computer intrusions and the unlawful release of material involving high profile individuals, and is addressing the matter."

Ashya King's relatives critical of parents' arrest

Ashya's older brother Naveed has been posting regular updates to social media about the family's struggle.

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The brother of five-year-old Ashya King has hit out at his parents' arrest and accused the Spanish police of treating the whole family "like criminals".

Ashya, who is undergoing treatment for a brain tumour, is being looked after at a hospital in Malaga while his parents are nearly 300 miles away, in a Madrid prison.

Naveed King spoke to ITV News via Skype and said:

It is kind of like treating poor Ashya also as a criminal. For my parents not being able to see him, and they treated all our family as criminals because they are not allowing us to go and see him.

For us, we have attempted to go and see him - not personally, but my older brother has and he has been denied entry.

– Naveed King

BBC and Police face MPs over Cliff Richard coverage

The BBC and other media outside the gates to Sir Cliff's Berkshire home.

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The director general of the BBC and chief constable of South Yorkshire Police face a grilling from MPs over their handling of the raid on Sir Cliff Richard's Berkshire home.

Force head David Crompton and director general Lord Tony Hall will appear in front of the Home Affairs select committee after a row broke out over the way the BBC reported a police search on the pop star's penthouse.

Officers from both South Yorkshire and Thames Valley Police searched the property last month in connection with an alleged sexual assault on a young boy in 1985.

A BBC camera crew allegedly arrived before the police did.

The pop star was questioned by police, but has not been charged or arrested. He denies the allegations of historical abuse.