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‌• Donald Trump has announced transgender people are not allowed to serve in the US military. In a number of tweets posted this afternoon, he said his decision was made after consulting his “generals and military experts".

Here’s how Trump banned transgender’s from the military in three tweets:

New petrol and diesel cars banned in UK from 2040

Air pollution is having a huge impact on our health

– Simon Alcock from Client Earth

The sale of new petrol and diesel cars is to be banned in the UK as part of the government's new cleaner air strategy. The ban, which includes vans and hybrid vehicles, will come into place from 2040.

More immediately, the government says it plans to invest three billion pounds into schemes to improve cycle lanes, ease congestion on our roads and retrofit busses and taxis to make them greener.

This morning we were joined by motoring journalist Quentin Willson, Mike Hawes from the The Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders alongside Simon Alcock from ClientEarth who took the Government to court over their plans.

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Meet the Bridlington grandfather who won £2m in a world poker contest

I've had a ball - I'm blown away by the whole thing

– John says his huge win was unexpected, but very welcome

A grandfather from Bridlington who pocketed £2 million for finishing fourth in the world's most prestigious poker tournament has returned to Yorkshire.

John Hesp arrived home from Las Vegas, where he competed in the game's World Series, earlier this week.

The grandfather of seven said playing in Vegas was on his bucket list - and that it makes a change from playing in his local casino in Hull.

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Top five headlines you're waking up to

  1. New diesel and petrol cars and vans will be banned from 2040 as part of efforts to tackle air pollution. The measures are set to be included in a court-mandated clean air strategy the Government is due to publish.

  2. A High Court judge will decide today whether Charlie Gard will be able to leave Great Ormond Street Hospital to spend his final days at home. Doctors treating him believe a hospice would be more practical.

  3. Two men have been taken to hospital after a "suspected acid attack" in east London. The pair were treated after an unknown liquid was thrown at them in Bethnal Green.

  4. Survivors of the Grenfell Tower fire in west London have challenged the judge in charge of the public inquiry in an angry meeting. Shouting broke out several times as Sir Martin Moore-Bick took questions from residents. Some criticised the lack of diversity on the panel and complained it was taking too long to take action.

  5. A funeral for the youngest victim of theManchester bombing will take place at the city's cathedral later. Eight-year-old Saffie Roussos was among 22 people killed when a homemade device was detonated at an Ariana Grande concert in May.

Top five headlines you're going home to

  1. Charlie Gard's parents are back in court to seek permission to take their son home to die. Lawyers for Charlie's parents have accused Great Ormond Street Hospital of putting 'obstacles' in the couple's way of bringing Charlie home.

  2. Prince Philip's final public engagement as a royal before he retires will take place in early August, it has been announced. The Duke of Edinburgh, who hangs up his professional gloves at the age of 96, will bow out from official royal duties following a Royal Marines' charity parade.

  3. The number of vacant job posts in the NHS rose to 86,000 in 2017 as the Government insisted staffing is a 'priority'. Between January 2017 and March 2017, the number of vacancies rose by 8,000 compared to the same period in 2016.

  4. A stepfather has been jailed for life after being found guilty of battering a five-year-old boy to death in a park for losing a trainer. Marvyn Iheanacho, 39, flew into a rage and subjected his girlfriend's son Alex Malcolm to a brutal attack in Mountsfield Park in Catford.

  5. Breast surgeon Ian Paterson has been struck off after he left hundreds of patients scarred and disfigured by carrying out needless operations for more than a decade. The 59-year-old was sentenced to 15 years in prison in May after he was convicted of 17 counts of wounding with intent and three counts of unlawful wounding against 10 patients.

Did Jeremy Corbyn promise to write off student debt?

Jeremy Corbyn has come under heavy criticism from some members of the public after he was accused of going back on his pledge to write off student debt.

However, the Labour leader insisted he had not made a commitment during the election campaign, but would look at ways of "reducing that debt burden".

Earlier we were joined by Shadow Secretary for Education, Angela Rayner, who defended Corbyn's comments and insisted that Labour "did not commit to removing all of the debt".

After the interview we unearthed a tweet by Labour MP Sharon Hodgson, implying that Labour could write off all student debt. Take a look at her tweet below:

Top five headlines you’re waking up to

  1. The parents of Charlie Gard have ended their legal fight for treatment for their terminally ill baby and are spending their "last precious moments" with him. Reading a statement, Connie Yates, Charlie's mother, told the court room: "This is one of the hardest things that we will ever have to say and we are about to do the hardest thing that we'll ever have to do, which is to let our beautiful little Charlie go."

  2. Police in London are now being equipped with acid crime kits following the rise in acid attacks in the capital. Patrol cars are being supplied with five litres of water bottles to supply to potential victims.

  3. Half of children helped by foodbanks over summer holiday months are primary school students according to new data. The Trussell Trust reveals that last summer 47% of children who received support from foodbanks in its network were just 5-11 years old.

  4. Donald Trump's son-in-law has denied colluding with Russia during President Trump's electoral campaign. In a public statement, the 36-year-old said: "The records and documents I have voluntarily provided will show that all of my actions were proper, and occurred in the normal course of events of a very unique campaign."

  5. The winners of Rear of the year will be revealed later on today. Barbara Windsor won the first award in 1976, presented as a one-off accolade. But is it sexist and outdated or just a bit of light-hearted fun? We'll be discussing this more during the show.

Top five headlines you're going home to

  1. The parents of Charlie Gard will spend the 'last precious moments' with their terminally-ill son after ending a five-month legal fight to take him to the US for experimental treatment. Chris Gard and Connie Yates said letting Charlie go is the 'hardest thing they will ever have to do' as they paid an emotional tribute to their 'warrior' son.

  2. President Donald Trump's son-in-law and senior White House adviserJared Kushner has denied that he or anyone in the Trump campaign colluded with Russian officials during the US election and the following transition period.

  3. A 16-year-old boy has been arrested on suspicion of terror offences at Stansted Airport in Essex. The teenager, from Kent, was held by counter-terrorism officers as he prepared to board an international flight.

  4. A manhunt is underway after at least five people were injured, two seriously, in a chainsaw attack in Switzerland. The incident is not believed to be terror-related.

  5. Millions of Love Island fans are expected to tune into the grand final tonight where the last remaining couples will battle it out to win the hit reality series and scoop £50,000 in prize money.